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Man using self-service till on verge of emotional breakdown

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A man using a self-service till for the first time appears on the verge of tears after being informed yet again of an ‘unexpected item in bagging area’.

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You have been mis-sold absolutely everything, finds survey

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Every penny you’ve ever spent on anything at all was completely unnecessary and the complete fault of someone who works in marketing, a new survey has revealed today.

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Wonga to close ‘missed repayment’ dungeons

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Payday lender Wonga is to close its ‘missed repayment’ dungeons in Watford, Newcastle, and Birmingham after an FCA Code of Conduct review.

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Tesco to fix everything by selling 250 limited edition cans of beans for £1m each

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Retailing giant Tesco is to address a £250m hole in its profit forecast by releasing 250 £1m limited edition cans of beans.

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Independent Scotland will be a lot like Mad Max, claim RBS

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RBS will leave an independent Scotland after economists predicted a Mad Max style post-apocalyptic wasteland dominated by the small amount of oil still up for grabs.

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Daily Mail criticised for continuing to pass itself off as a ‘newspaper’

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The Daily Mail has come under renewed criticism after it emerged they continue to position themselves as a provider of ‘news’.

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Regulated rail fares to rise from ‘Outrageous’ to ‘Exorbitant’

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Rail fares will rise an average of 3.5% in the new year, according to the Association of Train Operating Companies, elevating current prices from ‘outrageous’ to ‘exorbitant’.

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Lost Royal Mail £1bn found ‘alive and well’ in investment bank client accounts

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The £1bn ‘lost’ by the taxpayer during the sale of the Royal Mail has been found alive and well in the client accounts of the banks advising on the sale, according to reports this morning.

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Britain’s low paid wondering if they can ‘upgrade to slavery’

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Thousands of Britain’s low paid workers are wondering if they can upgrade to slavery as a result of the Modern Slavery Bill.

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Wonga customers to pay debts with made-up currency

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After Wonga was found guilty of chasing debts with made-up legal firms, their customers have said they should expect repayments made with made-up money.

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