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● Thomas Cook crisis: 'People will not be stranded' Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says that people will be taken care of if Thomas Cook collapses.
● Thomas Cook set for last-ditch rescue talks The tour operator will hold a crisis meeting with key players on Sunday in a bid to avoid insolvency.
● Give Thomas Cook 'real financial support', ministers urged Sources suggest ministers are reluctant to step in to stop the firm going into adminisitration.
● Sirius Minerals: The people who spent thousands on a Yorkshire mine Sirius Minerals has 85,000 small investors, but the company's troubles mean many are stuck in a hole.
● Huge rise in catalytic converter thefts The Met Police says catalytic converter thefts almost doubled due to precious metal prices rising.
● Walmart ceases e-cigarette sales The move comes amid mounting calls to ban the products, which have been linked to a deadly outbreak of lung illness.
● Brazil dam disaster firms to face criminal charges Police say mining giant Vale and German auditor Tüv Süd used falsified documents to certify the dam.
● Climate change: Offshore wind expands at record low price The UK announces projects to power seven million homes with wind power - and no need for subsidy.
● India delivers surprise corporate tax cuts to boost economy The surprise move is part of efforts to revive investment and spur growth in Asia's third largest economy.
● RBS names Alison Rose as its new chief executive The banking veteran will become the first woman to lead one of the UK's big four banks.
● Climate change: Firms make green energy vows as call for action grow Amazon and Google are among global firms setting out new green energy plans as climate pressure rises.
● Hinkley Point C: Building the UK's new 'epic' power plant Hinkley Point C, the UK's new nuclear power plant in Somerset, is due to open in 2025.
● New leather factory in Paisley to create 100 jobs Scottish Leather Group's new facility, opening in 2020, will produce high-end car seat upholstery.
● Why the Booker shortlist is taxing some readers Publishers say VAT charged on e-books and audiobooks unfairly pushes up prices for the partially sighted.
● How Scrabble became a million dollar idea. The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how Scrabble became a million dollar idea.
● The work experience you can do in your pyjamas Big companies are offering internships via the internet, but are they a valuable experience?
● Why is the Fed pumping money into the banking system? The US central bank has pumped more than $200bn into the financial markets this week. Should we worry?
● Thomas Cook told extra funds needed to seal rescue The troubled travel firm must find £200m in extra contingency funds before banks will agree a deal.
● Airbnb plans to list shares next year The home rental site's floatation is expected to be one of the highest profile market debuts of 2020.
● Amazon's Jeff Bezos promises climate-change action The chief executive says Amazon will buy thousands of electric vehicles and become carbon neutral by 2040.
● Dirty crates and vans used to deliver food by Asda BBC investigation finds dirty crates and vans used by Asda to deliver food.
● Ryanair boss O'Leary's €99m pay sparks investor revolt Michael O'Leary's contract provoked a protest vote at the Irish airline's annual meeting.