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● Ford to cut 12,000 jobs in Europe The car giant aims to make the cuts by the end of 2020 as it seeks to streamline its operations.
● 'Shocking' fake takeaway sold on Uber Eats A BBC News team set up a fake takeaway restaurant on Uber Eats and started selling burgers.
● 'Digital natives' become eBay millionaires EBay says the under-30s are the fastest age group reaching £1m of sales on its marketplace.
● Japan 'very concerned' about no-deal Brexit Taro Kono has told the BBC that Japanese companies are concerned about the "negative impact" of a no-deal.
● Facebook boss admits 'mistake' in handling of Pelosi clip Facebook's system took too long to flag a doctored video of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, its CEO says.
● How to get the best price when buying a car As car sales plunge, desperate dealers are said to be offering huge discounts, so how can drivers benefit?
● Hunt's tax plans could 'cost up to £65bn', says IFS The economic think tank says the Conservative leadership candidate has made some "expensive" pledges.
● Boeing suffers new 737 Max issue that could delay return Regulators uncover a new issue with the doomed aircraft that could delay its return to service.
● Eurostar backtracks on train booze ban Customers can take unopened alcohol to their destination, the train service has clarified.
● Bathstore calls in administrators putting 500 jobs at risk The bathroom specialist will stay open while the administrator tries to find a buyer for the 135-strong chain.
● Wayfair staff to walk out over sales to detention centres Hundreds of staff in Boston are protesting over Wayfair helping to furnish US border detention camps.
● Sharp fall in foreign investment in UK The UK is facing increasing competition from countries such as Ireland, France and Germany.
● Flat-pack home? Ikea moves in on UK housing The Swedish company's joint venture BoKlok is working with Worthing council to build affordable homes.
● Caledonian Sleeper Highland service launch delayed New carriages featuring double beds were due to be introduced, but will now be diverted to Glasgow and Edinburgh instead.
● Bonmarché seeks rescue bid after 'poor' trading The struggling fashion chain has reversed its stance on Philip Day's takeover as trading deteriorates.
● China suspends some Canadian pork imports as tensions rise China halted imports of some Canadian pork products as tensions between the countries rise.
● £2bn rail upgrade proposal put forward for Midlands The Midlands Rail Hub said it wanted to create space for 24 extra passenger trains an hour by 2033.
● Guildford's buses go electric Guildford has introduced a fleet of electric buses for its park and ride service to the town centre.
● Have we all underrated the humble pencil? Is it really the miracle product of the free market, as many economists have claimed?
● 'Now everyone pays for their own drinks' The pound's fall has made life tougher for some foreign workers, but for many firms it's been good news.
● Robots 'to replace up to 20 million factory jobs' by 2030 A huge acceleration in the use of robots will affect jobs around the world, Oxford Economics says.
● When poverty means living without soap A father-of-five speaks of living in destitution - a reality for many behind closed doors. a charity says.
● San Francisco becomes first US city to ban e-cigarettes The US city, home to market leader Juul, is the first to ban sales in-store and from online retailers.
● Tesco customer in pickle over labelling Customer queries best before date on burger relish in a calendar last used more than 350 years ago.