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Best and misfortune broadband firms for patron service suggested – how did your retailer do?

THE UK’s best and misfortune broadband firms for patron compensation have been suggested – and the top scorer competence warn you. Little-known Manchester-based broadband provider Zen Internet was rated the best retailer for patron satisfaction, with a measure of 86 per cent. Only a third of providers scored some-more than 3 …

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Coffee hulk Costa charges repelled father £599 on credit label check for a cappuccino and cut of cake in a HOSPITAL

THIRSTY Paul Harris grabbed a discerning coffee — then found out it cost him £599. The dad-of-three popped to a hospital’s Costa for a cappuccino and carrot cake. Don’t mocha me . . . Dad-of-three Paul was repelled to find Costa coffee had charged him £599 for his treat He …

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RBS arch Ross McEwan pledges to give £35,000 loans to tiny businesses in just THREE mins from the bank’s £4billion post-Brexit fund

A BANK boss wants to help millions of tiny businesses post-Brexit with quick-fire online loans of up to £35,000. Ross McEwan, of ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND, will make £4billion accessible to existent customers. Chief executive Ross McEwan pledges collateral for tiny businesses post-Brexit Everyone from start-ups to white outpost men …

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RBS arch welcomes Philip Hammond’s plans to sell off government’s 72 per cent interest in bank within months

THE boss of RBS last night welcomed the Chancellor’s enterprise to start selling off the government’s share in his bank – and hinted it could occur within months. Ross McEwan spoke last night after Philip Hammond had pronounced the day before it could sell off its 72 per cent interest …

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Debenhams could close 10 stores as partial of reorganization that puts hundreds of jobs under threat

DEBENHAMS is deliberation shutting 10 branches as partial of plans to mattock 11 warehouses – in a pierce that could impact at slightest 220 jobs. The dialect store’s new boss, Sergio Bucher, who took over as arch executive last October, summarized an renovate that will see the organisation close one …

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