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Ryanair profits hit by pound's Brexit slump Sky News 14 hrs ago Getty Ryanair's chief executive Michael O'Leary Ryanair has blamed a faster than expected fall in fares and the slump in the pound since the Brexit vote as it reported an 8% fall in quarterly profits. The low-cost airline said fares had fallen by 17% to an average of 33 per passenger in the last three months of 2016 as it expanded in European markets. Chief executive Michael O'Leary - who strongly backed a Remain vote - said this impact was "exacerbated by the sharp decline in sterling following the Brexit vote". Ryanair reported a fall in profit to 95m (82m) for the third quarter to the end of December. Revenues rose 1% to 1.34bn (1.16bn) as passenger numbers increased 16% to 24.9 million but profit margins slipped. Getty One of Ryanair's Boeing 737-800s takes off A weaker pound means that fares paid by UK customers translate into lower income for Dublin-based Ryanair - which is Europe's largest airline by passenger numbers. Sterling is more than 10% down against the euro since the Brexit vote. Mr O'Leary said: "We continue to grow capacity, new routes and bases, at a time when other EU airlines are also adding capacity, and accordingly the price environment remains weak." He added that fares were falling "faster than we initially planned". There would be further downward pressure on prices to come amid uncertainty after the Brexit vote, weak sterling and flights being switched from North Africa and Turkey to Spain and Portugal.
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...as found by BBC Monitoring 2 February 2017 Image copyright AFP/Getty Images Image caption Recycling could cut local people's utility bills, but their water supply is notoriously poor A council in south-eastern Belarus has come up with a novel way to help cash-strapped locals pay their water and gas bills - by handing in recyclable waste. The authorities in the town of Rahachow have put up fliers in the entrances to blocks of flats to let people know that they will accept paper, plastic and glass in return for basic utilities like water and gas, the Rogachev Online news site reports. It says there is a growing issue with people not being able to pay their bills in the town. Some social media users have welcomed the help this could provide, with readers in Russia even suggesting they could adopt it too. But many local people are sceptical, in particular about the failure to specify the cheap flights to las vegas from kelowna bc amount of recycling needed to pay their bills. Some even think it's a scam to gather glass and plastic then sell it on at inflated prices, Rogachev Online says. Although the site itself "welcomes the council's creative approach", it does wonder tongue-in-cheek what banks will do if people turn up to pay bills with empty bottles. The area's water quality and supply have been poor for many years, and what comes out of the taps is sometimes so discoloured that it is unfit for washing, let alone drinking. The council has promised to install a new filtering system this year to solve the problem, but not everyone is sure it will change anything. Rahachow's populous Third District still has problems with water and heating, even though the system was overhauled there a few years ago, the site says.