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Prince Charles looks suave in a pin stripe suit as he hosts The National Pharmacy Association reception
5 May 2022
The Prince of Wales hosted a reception for The National Pharmacy Association on Wednesday evening. Charles, 73, looked polished in a pin stripe suit with a white shirt and carefully coordinated print tie as he met almost 200 pharmacists who were inv...
UK and Japan set to rapidly accelerate defence and security ties with landmark agreemen
5 May 2022
Fumio Kishida’s first official visit at the invitation of the Government is due to be marked with a guard of honour and an RAF flypast over central London. Downing Street said the leaders are expected to agree in principle a “landmark&rdq...
Millions of homes ‘pushed into higher stamp duty brackets during pandemic’
4 May 2022
Surging house prices have pushed more than four million homes into higher stamp duty or equivalent tax brackets during the coronavirus pandemic, according to estimates from a website. Across the UK, 4.3 million homes have been pushed into a higher b...
The musical Cinderella leaves London
4 May 2022
Cinderella in London The great Andrew Lloyd Webber's new musical Cinderella in the West End is closing, although just under a year has passed since its premiere. A farewell performance will take place on 12 June, reports The Guardian. According to ...
Weekly Covid-19 death registrations rise again despite bank holiday
4 May 2022
The number of deaths involving coronavirus registered each week in England and Wales has risen for the sixth clear week in a row. This is despite the latest figures covering a period that includes the Easter Monday bank holiday, ...
Staff at UK markets watchdog to begin unprecedented strike
4 May 2022
Staff at Britain's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) were poised to strike for the first time on Wednesday as a protracted dispute over pay and union recognition remained unresolved. The regulator is being revamped to become what Chief Executive Nik...
Ukraine war and China lockdowns drive fastest UK price rises in years
4 May 2022
The cost of household goods such as toys, furniture and clothing is rising by the fastest rate in more than 15 years as the impact of the war in Ukraine combines with Covid lockdowns in China. Non-food inflation accelerated to 2.2% in April, up from...
Exhibition from Cornelia Parker at Tate Britain
3 May 2022
Exhibition at Tate Britain An exhibition of large-scale installations, films, paintings and drawings by Cornelia Ann Parker, one of Britain's best-known and most recognised artists, will take place at Tate Britain from 19 May to 16 October. Using v...
Sterling bounces higher as dollar surge eases
3 May 2022
The British pound rose on Tuesday, moving away from 21-month lows against the dollar as traders took profits on the recent surge in the U.S. currency ahead of both Federal Reserve and Bank of England monetary policy meetings this week. The Bank of E...
Rules given clarity as confidence takes a hit
3 May 2022
Nearly 50 percent of UK companies have raised concerns that rising costs of doing business in the UK will likely impact growth in the coming months. In order to ease the burden for consumer-facing entities, Business Companion – the re...
Post office workers go on national strike on Tuesday
3 May 2022
Strike over wage dispute It was learnt today that officeworkers will go on strike over a pay dispute. It is worth noting that most of the members of the Communication Workers Union&nb...
Britain’s parliamentary term ends in acrimony and scandal
30 April 2022
British lawmakers headed back to their constituencies across the country Thursday at the end of a parliamentary year overshadowed by scandal. They left a Parliament where one lawmaker stands accused of watching porn in the House of Commons, another ...
Britain Makes Voter ID Compulsory – But Mail-In Voting Still a Weakness
30 April 2022
Britain’s new Elections Act, which has just received Royal Assent, has finally made voter ID compulsory at polling stations — but questions remain about mail-in voting fraud. The new legislation was widely opposed by left-wing polit...
Grim outlook as danger signals go red and confidence crashes
30 April 2022
The extent of the financial pain facing millions of Britons was laid bare today with figures showing that business confidence in plunging and financial distress signals for companies and individuals are flashing red. NatWest said it h...
BBC Proms-2022 programme
29 April 2022
BBC Proms 2022 After a two-year hiatus caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the BBC Proms classical music festival returns to the British scene. The event, which will cover almost all UK venues, will take place from 15 July to 10...
House prices: Annual growth slows in April amid warning of 'taste of things to come'
29 April 2022
Annual house price growth slowed slightly in April, according to new figures from Nationwide Building Society. The 12.1% growth rate marked the 11th consecutive month that annual house price growth remained in double digits, although it wa...
London elections 2022: Spotlight on Barnet - key facts, big issues and political make-up
29 April 2022
On May 5, voters across the UK will head to the polls to decide who will run their local authority. One of London’s most closely watched contests will be in Barnet, which is currently run by the Tories but which Labour has high hopes of c...
Barclays reports lower profits after United States trading blunder
28 April 2022
US trading blunder and report from Barclays British financial conglomerate Barclays said its quarterly profit fell as Barclays noted pressure on customers from the cost of living and suffered from a United States trading blunder. Barclays reported ...
Space Station Earth show at the Royal Albert Hall on 15 May
28 April 2022
Space Station Earth show in London On 15 May at 3pm at the Royal Albert Hall there will be a show Space Station Earth by Ilan Eshkeri. This show is described as epic and unique. Film composer Ilan Eshkeri and...
UK Chancellor Sunak hints at more help with energy bills in autumn
28 April 2022
UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has hinted there could be further help for families struggling with soaring energy bills in the autumn. In a wide-ranging interview with Mumsnet founder Justine Roberts, in which she put questions from the ...
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