It came as the London-listed company revealed a dip in profits for the first half of 2023, while sales grew by 6.3%.
The challenger bank said the move will mean customers do not need to move money into separate accounts to earn interest.
More than 280 members of the Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) will take action in October and November.
The number of appointments and procedures cancelled due to industrial action has passed the one million milestone.
Women are also less likely to say they have checked their state pension age, according to Royal London.
The last time that the average five-year fixed deal was below 6% was on July 3, when it stood at 5.97%, according to Moneyfacts.
New chief executive Debra Crew took the position in June.
The All Bar One owner posted a 9.7% rise in like-for-like sales in its fourth quarter to September 23, with 52-week growth of 9.1%.
Before this update, the AI chatbot’s responses had only been able to access data from before September 2021.
It will reduce the number of aircraft it planned to base at several airports across Europe, including East Midlands Airport.
The CMA said that unless Arcelik can address its worries, it will launch a full scale in-depth probe into the deal.
Revenue is expected to dip by around 10% in the third quarter, the gambling company said.
The Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram owner is introducing the Meta AI assistant across its apps and a studio for users to make their own.
Opinions will be sought on whether to label a drink ‘alcohol free’ at 0.5% alcohol by volume, up from the current UK threshold of 0.05%.
The Conservative peer is becoming increasingly irate with the Government’s stance on climate issues.
The FTSE 100 closed 32.5 points lower, or 0.43%, to 7,593.22.
Michael O’Leary made the comment as he launched a tirade calling for National Air Traffic Services (Nats) chief executive Martin Rolfe to be sacked.
Sir Jim Ratcliffe claimed windfall taxes and ‘negative signals’ from politicians are hampering investment in the North Sea.
Just 8% think increasing fossil fuel production is the best way to increase energy security, according to a poll.
The risks are almost as low as they were before the energy crisis, the National Grid’s Electricity System Operator said.