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AA stays in low gear as cold snap prompts rise in breakdowns

The AA PLC (LON:AA.) kept its reduced profit forecast for the year unchanged even though bad weather sparked a surge in breakdowns. Roadside call-outs rose by 8% to 1.91mln in the half-year to July, w... read more

Record-breaking cold in Hampton Roads; rain/sleet in Saturday's forecast

Hampton Roads woke up to record-breaking cold Friday, and another record is possible Saturday morning, a National Weather Service meteorologist said. A low temperature of 9 degrees ... Demand for powe... read more

UK weather forecast: Travel warnings as snow sweeps across Britain

A Met Office cold weather alert has been issued for the entire country this weekend, with snow and ice expected to cause problems on roads across the UK. As the cold snap ... AA said it was 80 per cen... read more

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Forte Energy continues bid to double resources in Mauritania

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FTSE CLOSE: Miners push Footsie higher in choppy session on China factors; US stocks weaker after opening gain

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Latest travel advice: Operations at major airports running as normal but UK braced for weekend snow

A cold snap is set to grip the country today ... transport networks - a six-vehicle pile-up on the A11 left three people injured, and the AA reported about 1,000 breakdowns an hour. A weather front mo... read more

The myth of NAPLAN stress

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AA posts sharp fall in profits after cold weather leads to more callouts

The group wants to create a larger insurance arm and become a technology services provider with smart boxes that alert a driver to potential breakdowns ... AA achieved higher roadside sales of product... read more

World Oil Resources to receive formal takeover offer

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Stories for February 2017

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Pound and shares post cautious gains as Scots head to polls to vote on whether to split from UK

Traders appear to be holding fire as Scots head to polling stations, with the rise on London's top stock market lagging ... and is recommending clients 'stay away from UK equities'. 'A Scottish exit w... read more

The resources war could cost us dearly

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