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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

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