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United Kingdom ramps up borrowing for Brexit while slicing growth forecasts

His new target for a structural budget deficit below 2 percent of GDP by March 2021 is more than double the OBR's latest forecast. The OBR said the Government could be expected to borrow £122bon more over the five years to 2020/21 than it predicted at the time of the Budget in March - three months before the Brexit vote.

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Delta Sorry for Not Booting Pro-Trump Pennsylvania Passenger

The outburst garnered uncomfortable looks from numerous flight's passengers, to the man's apparent disappointment. "Our responsibility for ensuring all customers feel safe and comfortable with Delta includes requiring civil behavior from everyone", Delta said in a statement Saturday.

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Delta sorry for not booting pro-Trump passenger from plane

Most of the passengers remained quiet and did not respond to the man's statements . "If you don't like it, too bad", he concluded before sitting down in what appeared to be an otherwise quiet cabin. "We are now investigating the incident", spokeswoman Ashley Black said. Many of them looked annoyed or even shocked that the man had chose to start talking.

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Even With Holiday Creep, Black Friday Is a Big Shopping Day

He says the economy is doing better and shoppers will be willing to spend more this year, but they're also become more aware that may in-person Black Friday shopping deals can also be found online. Mobile shopping has also picked up steam, with a record $771 million coming from customers on their phones. The company forecasts that Black Friday online sales will hit $3.05 billion.

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Autumn Statement 2016: Key points from Philip Hammond's budget speech

Hammond offered a sweeping critique of the country's economic landscape, and placed particular emphasis on the need to improve productivity, pointing out that the Germans, the French and the Italians had better productivity rates. "The clear prioritisation by Mr Hammond to direct most of what largesse he felt able to afford to paying for additional investment spending - roads, housing, research and development - to support the economy in the long run, rather than to pay to support the incomes ...

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Leaders Real Madrid win, Sevilla keep up pace in La Liga

Real Madrid beat Sporting Gijon in a biblical storm at the Bernabeu and the goals went in two by two for Cristiano Ronaldo whose scoring double left him as La Liga's top scorer. Ahead of Saturday's game with Sporting Gijon , Bale was joined on the sidelines by defender Raphael Varane and Fabio Coentrao. "But that was to be expected because we mentioned yesterday about how it was going to be a hard match".


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