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  • Cut-price motorcycle taxis use thunderous horns that sound like 18-wheelers to frighten others out of the way.

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  • Cut-price holidays After a hectic Christmas, a holiday in the new year is certainly alluring and travel operators go into overdrive over the festive season, trying to sell you bargain deals.

    How Christmas shoppers can grab a bargain in the high street sales

  • Cut-price retailer TJX Cos. raised its fiscal fourth-quarter and full-year earnings outlook, citing stronger-than-expected profit margins on some of its merchandise and a reduction in reserves set aside for claims stemming from a data breach.

    TJX Lifts Outlook For Quarter, Year

  • Cut-price cover may save pounds in the short term, but more and more holidaymakers are finding they are not insured when it comes to making a claim.

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  • Cut-price competition also had its real breakthrough in the years after the disaster.

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  • Albemarle & Bond wins out in bad times with 20th profit rise Alongside insolvency practitioners, pawnbroking is one of the few industries undeniably on the up Cut-price Mail on Sunday hits operating profits at DMGT Slashing the cover price of the Mail On Sunday to £1 in order to capitalise on the closure of the rival News of the World has eaten into the...

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  • Print Cut-price school meals proposed in Welsh schools bill The cost of school meals could be cut for families with more than one child, under plans to change the law.

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  • Cut-price Primark clothes are to go on sale in Selfridges, as the high-end department store seeks to appeal to bargain-hunting shoppers.

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  • Albemarle & Bond wins out in bad times with 20th profit rise Alongside insolvency practitioners, pawnbroking is one of the few industries undeniably on the up Cut-price Mail on Sunday hits operating profits at DMGT Slashing the cover price of the Mail On Sunday to £1 in order to capitalise on the closure of the rival News of the World has eaten into the...

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Albemarle & Bond wins out in bad times with 20th profit rise Alongside insolvency practitioners, pawnbroking is one of the few industries undeniably on the up Cut-price Mail on Sunday hits operating profits at DMGT Slashing the cover price of the Mail On Sunday to £1 in order to capitalise on the closure of the rival News of the World has eaten into the...

    Evening Standard - Home

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