5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Tuesday 11th May 2021

Justin Waite
5 Things You Need To Know
05:34, 11th May 2021

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5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Tuesday 11th May 2021

 

5. Little more than six months after Boeing's 737 Max was cleared to fly again by US regulators, the aircraft finds itself under intense scrutiny once again.

The discovery of a potential electrical problem last month led to the renewed grounding of more than 100 aeroplanes, belonging to 24 airlines around the world.

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4. An estimated 170,000 car insurance claims in 15 months are suspected to have been linked to "crash for cash" gangs, investigations suggest.

Crash for cash is the name given to a fraud when criminals deliberately cause a road collision to claim compensation.

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3. Millions of Apple's UK customers should be compensated for breaches of competition law, a legal action claims.

The case, filed with the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT), alleges Apple's 30% commission on app sales is an abuse of dominance and unlawful.

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2. A swift rebound in sales has prompted Greggs to says its profits this year could bounce back to pre-Covid levels.

The bakery chain said sales had seen a "strong recovery" since non-essential shops reopened in April.

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1. Boris Johnson is promising a skills "revolution" for England, with loans for adults wanting to retrain and more powers to deal with failing colleges.

The measures will be revealed in today's Queen's Speech, which sets out the government's programme for the next year.

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