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UK rail companies eager to welcome commuters on board again | Money Talks

In the UK, train services are ramping up, but it's not quite full steam ahead just yet, with signs of a modest rise in demand. Reluctance to travel during a pandemic and more people working from home has had a big impact on the rail industry. Companies have received $4.6 billion of taxpayer support to stay afloat. But they need commuters to come back. Natalie Powell reports.

Pandemic provides opportunity for people to rethink careers  | Money Talks

Pandemic provides opportunity for people to rethink careers | Money Talks

Some UK businesses turn to crowdfunding to avoid state loans | Money Talks

Some UK businesses turn to crowdfunding to avoid state loans | Money Talks

Investment in UK technology start-ups increased in 2019 | Money Talks

Investment in UK technology start-ups increased in 2019 | Money Talks

UK golf clubs see spike in memberships as restrictions ease | Money Talks

UK golf clubs see spike in memberships as restrictions ease | Money Talks

Türkiye committed to resolving Ukraine-Russia grain crisis

Türkiye committed to resolving Ukraine-Russia grain crisis

Proud Boys, The Base declared terrorist groups by New Zealand

Proud Boys, The Base declared terrorist groups by New Zealand

Highlights of President Erdogan’s address at the NATO summit

Highlights of President Erdogan’s address at the NATO summit

Canada's new toolkit to stop hate groups' recruitment

Canada's new toolkit to stop hate groups' recruitment

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Bodies of 20 migrants found in Libyan desert

Key points of Finland and Sweden's memorandum with Türkiye

Key points of Finland and Sweden's memorandum with Türkiye

251 shoes displayed in NYC to honour victims of 2016 coup attempt in Türkiye

251 shoes displayed in NYC to honour victims of 2016 coup attempt in Türkiye

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Muslim rights group accuses Twitter of discrimination

Muslim rights group accuses Twitter of discrimination

Leaked NATO documents recognise Türkiye's efforts to disarm Eastern Aegean islands

Leaked NATO documents recognise Türkiye's efforts to disarm Eastern Aegean islands

Indian police arrests prominent journalist and fact-checker

Indian police arrests prominent journalist and fact-checker

Dozens of calls to US law enforcement resulted in death

Dozens of calls to US law enforcement resulted in death

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