Union leaders vowed to resist new regulations aimed at providing minimum levels of service during strikes.
The claim alleges that long-standing customers were overcharged for handsets beyond the end of their contractual term.
The average two-year fixed-rate homeowner mortgage deal on the market dipped to 5.99% on Friday, according to Moneyfactscompare.co.uk.
The London-listed firm’s profits lifted for the past half-year despite completing fewer homes.
Services across northern England are the latest to be affected by industrial action.
The group of MPs said several of the Chancellor’s reforms were nothing more than publishing a document or welcoming a consultation.
Amanda Pritchard said that the walkouts announced this week were at the top of the health service’s ‘worry list’.
The changes will help firms with fewer than 50 employees.
All Facebook and Messenger chats will be encrypted automatically, the company announced.
The licence fee had been frozen at £159 over the last two years and the Government has announced it will now rise by £10.50 to £169.50.
The FCA said its powers will not prevent bank branches from closing, but the rules will have an impact where branches are a key local source of cash.
The supplier reported pre-tax losses of £18.1 million for the six months to September 30, against losses of £12.7 million a year earlier.
Treasury Committee chairwoman Harriett Baldwin has written to HMRC CEO Jim Harra ‘to get much-needed answers about what this means for taxpayers’.
Car insurer Admiral said it plans to only retain the More Than brand for pet insurance.
The Competition and Market Authority found 55 breaches of land use rules by Morrisons and 10 breaches by M&S.