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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

BrewDog loses its bark as ‘toxic’ claims come home to bite Business

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Still, it took the brewer two attempts to find the right note of contrition. His first instinct seemed to be to launch a...

Ryanair launches first buy, get free sale Business

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Ryanair launched its first 'Buy One, Get One Free' sale with the aim of increasing declining passenger numbers. Customers who book a flight before midnight...

WTO obtains first African woman and first female patron Business

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Okonjo-Iweala, who boasted of US, EU and African support, was not at the WTO headquarters in Geneva for Monday's meeting, but was due to...

Andrew Bailey promises to fight against Brussels’ seizure of power over the City Business

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As a result, there is speculation that the EU might try to legislate to force more non-European companies to leave London and move on...

Why Nomadland’s sunny portrayal of seasonal work at an Amazon fulfillment center strikes such...

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A rare hit NomadlandOscar-winning Chloe Zhao's exploration of the lives of those forced into a wandering existence on the fringes of...

Up to 20% of staff absent from companies after being “pinged” by the Covid...

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Businesses are missing up to 20% of staff who have been forced to self-isolate after being 'pinged' by the NHS Covid app, business groups...

Colin vs. Cuthbert as M&S declares caterpillar cake war on Aldi Business

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The product is at the heart of M & S's partnership with the Macmillan cancer charity, and the retailer created a Colin product for...

FTSE 100 Closes Above 7000 With Positive US Data, Sensex Slips After Open Business...

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London's FTSE 100 broke 7,000 again on Wednesday, recovering from earlier losses, led by mining stocks, after US data raised hopes of an economic...

Eurostar to run reduced schedule to 2025 despite French bailout Business

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The HS1 line is owned by a consortium comprising HICL Infrastructure, Equitix and the National Pension Service of South Korea. Eurostar and the...

Retail sales rise at record pace as restrictions ease and shoppers flock to stores ...

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Retail sales have grown at a record pace in the past three months as foreclosure restrictions eased and shoppers returned to main streets, according...

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