Post Office cash ban for Barclays customers will punish

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Post Office cash ban for Barclays customers will punish the poorest, 124 MPs tell the bank. In a damning letter to chief executive Jes Staley, 124 MPs criticised the bank for the 'retrograde decision' to stop its savers withdrawing cash from post offices. They warned the move will add to the 'cash crisis'. ABC Apologizes for Showing Video From U.S. Gun Range in Report on Syria. The video appeared in a report on Turkish attacks in northern Syria. ABC News did not specify how the error had occurred. Homeless man, 21, arrested over 'violent sexual assault of a woman' in a Melbourne park. The 32-year-old woman had been walking a friend's dog in Thornbury on Saturday night when she crossed the road into Mayer Park to avoid a man acting suspiciously.

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With the rise of Deliveroo, here's some of the best takeaway-friendly wines. These days takeaway food is more varied than ever. Most takeaways major in bold rich flavours and happily there are legions of characterful bottles to match. Tornado Leaves Trail of Damage in Dallas and Cuts Power to Thousands. The funnel cloud destroyed buildings in the northern part of the city and left a Home Depot in tatters. Justin Trudeau fights for political life as Canada goes to the polls. Justin Trudeau (pictured in Ontario) and his Liberal party, who came to power in 2015, are now neck-and-neck with the Conservatives in opinion polls and predicted to lose their majority. DAVID JONES reveals how a UK labour shortage has left fruity and veg rotting. DAVID JONES According to the National Farmers' Union, 16 million - yes 16 million - of our apples will rot in the orchards this year because there are not enough workers to gather them. What to Cook This Week. Make like Gabrielle Hamilton, and make zhug, a vibrant green Yemeni sauce thats as at home atop hard-boiled eggs as it is on lamb and tofu. Catalan protests force postponement of El Clasico. The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has postponed El Clasico between Barcelona and Real Madrid later this month due to the ongoing Catalan protests.

Biden campaign cracks down on Facebook over false ads. The Biden campaign wrote a letter to Facebook to take down a video ad which falsely accused the former Vice President of blackmailing Ukrainian officials to stop an investigation of his son, according to the New York Times. Its Time to Choose a Health Plan. Prepare Yourself for the Cost. A survey from the Kaiser Family Foundation found that the average annual family premium Is Steve Harvey Show being Cancelled 2019 Who is the best club in the world 2018 now nearly $21,000, with workers paying $6,015 of that. Overlooked No More Lotte Reiniger, Animator Who Created Magic With Scissors and Paper. Even before Disney, Reiniger told fanciful stories in animated films with her hand-cut paper silhouettes. In an Ancient Woodland, One of Italys Rare Gated Communities Flourishes. The Olgiata Golf Club opened in 1961 near where the Etruscans richest city once stood. Nearby estates range from 1.5 million to 8 million euros.

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