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Worst airlines for customer satisfaction revealed
The worst airlines for customer satisfaction have been revealed
Paula Vennells: Former Post Office chief executive formally stripped of CBE
Paula Vennells, the former chief executive of the Post Office, has had her CBE formally stripped from her by the King for "bringing the honours system into disrepute".
Energy price cap to fall but bills to include 'temporary' charge to help tackle record debt
The energy price cap is to fall by £20 a month, the industry regulator has announced, but households are to face an additional "temporary" charge to help suppliers support struggling customers with record levels of debt.
Ian King Business Podcast: Energy prices fall, consumer confidence, and mergers and acquisitions
As household energy bills are set to fall in April, Ian King talks to Sky's business correspondent Paul Kelso.
Why the energy price cap has come down for April - to what could be a new normal after Russia's Ukraine invasion
The reduction in the Ofgem price cap that will apply from April may be the final step on the long, ruinously expensive road to a new normal for consumer energy prices.
Serco ordered to stop using facial recognition technology to monitor staff
Serco has been ordered to stop using facial recognition technology to monitor its staff for "prioritising business interests over its employees' privacy".
Padel underlines growing global stature with Red Bull tie-up
The growing international stature of padel, the racquet sport, will be underlined on Friday when its leading professional tour unveils a huge commercial tie-up with Red Bull.
Delivery riders to strike again as takeaway volumes fell during last walkout
Delivery riders are to strike again on Friday as takeaway order numbers fell during the Valentine's Day walkout.
Post Office would stand by prosecution of more than 350 sub-postmasters, boss told minister in letter
The boss of the Post Office wrote a letter to ministers saying he would stand by the prosecution of more than 350 of the sub-postmasters convicted in the Horizon scandal.
Post Office Horizon scandal: The unanswered questions about legislation to overturn wrongful sub-postmaster convictions
Details of legislation to exonerate sub-postmasters who were wronged in the Horizon scandal have been set out by the government.
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