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Rishi Sunak warns young home working may hurt their career
3 August 2021
Young people will see their careers benefit by working in the office, the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has said. He told LinkedIn News he doubted he would have done as well if he had started his working life virtually. Mr Sunak worked in finance, inclu...
UK govt is working with companies to offer cheap fast food for Covid-vaxxed youth, despite warning of obesity risk
2 August 2021
The UK government is cooperating with major food delivery companies such as Uber and Deliveroo to offer discounted fast foods for young people who get vaccinated against Covid-19. According to the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), Uber an...
England expected to open borders without quarantine for EU and US travellers
28 July 2021
England is expected to open its borders to allow US and EU travellers who are fully vaccinated against coronavirus to enter without the need to quarantine, according to reports. The plans, which would be a boost to the aviation and tourism sectors, ...
Sheffield Forgemasters: Ministry of Defence to acquire steel firm
28 July 2021
Steel company Sheffield Forgemasters is set to be nationalised in a £2.6m deal with the Ministry of Defence. The government said it intends to invest up to £400m in the historic business for "defence-critical plant, equipment and infrast...
Building supplies shortages are leaving new homes unfinished and businesses in crisis
19 July 2021
Shortages of building supplies are causing delays in construction work and putting businesses under pressure, an industry expert has told Sky News. Brian Berry, chief executive of the Federation of Master Builders, said that a lack of supplies is ha...
Retailers call for early easing of self-isolation rules in England
10 July 2021
Retailers are urging the government to bring forward changes to self-isolation policies planned for August as they warn of rapidly increasing staff shortages related to Covid. Richard Walker, the boss of the Iceland grocery chain, said that staff ab...
Customers fed up with Covid excuse for bad service
7 July 2021
Customers are fed up with being told they are getting poor service "because of Covid", according to research. Firms are being accused of using the pandemic as an excuse for long waits on the telephone or late deliveries, the UK Institute of Customer...
UK faces triple threat from Covid-19, rising debt and the climate crisis, says OBR
7 July 2021
The UK faces a triple threat of “potentially catastrophic” risks to its economy in the coming years, according to the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR). Britain’s fiscal watchdog said coronavirus, the climate cr...
UK to block visas for countries refusing to take back asylum seekers
7 July 2021
The UK will block visas for visitors from countries the home secretary believes are refusing to cooperate in taking back rejected asylum seekers or offenders. In proposed legislation published on Tuesday, Priti Patel and future home secret...
Boris Johnson to set out England's final Covid lockdown easing
5 July 2021
Boris Johnson is preparing to set out details of the final step of England's roadmap out of lockdown. The PM is expected to announce the next steps on social distancing, face coverings and working from home, as well as on care home visits, during a ...
Stamp duty ‘D-day’: what next for the housing market?
30 June 2021
It’s “D-day” for thousands of home movers as they look to complete property transactions ahead of changes in the stamp duty tax break.  At midnight tonight the tax-free threshold on property purchases will drop from £500...
Matt Hancock will survive – but Tory politics will change in a big way
27 June 2021
Can Matt Hancock survive? The Health Secretary has conceded that he broke lockdown regulations while having an affair with his aide, Gina Colangelo. But the Prime Minister’s spokesperson has said that Boris Johnson has accepted the apology and ...
Tory Brexit hardliners call on Boris Johnson to tear up Northern Ireland arrangements
27 February 2021
The damaging economic fallout from Boris Johnson's EU divorce deal has provoked unrest in the Leave camp, with hardline Tory Brexiteers calling on the prime minister to tear up arrangements for Northern Ireland which he negotiated...
Sunak urged to stop bankers fuelling climate crisis in Budget
25 February 2021
Rishi Sunak should use his upcoming Budget to enable the Bank of England to shift billions of pounds away from fossil fuels and towards a green recovery, tens of thousands of people told the Chancellor today. A petition organised by campaign groups ...
MPs ask Robert Jenrick long list of questions about £1bn land deal
2 July 2020
Robert Jenrick, the housing secretary, is facing a demand to appear before a parliamentary committee to respond to unanswered questions about his relationship with the Tory donor Richard Desmond and the £1bn Westferry property deal. The housin...
Prime Minister kick starts economy with £5bn ‘new deal’ to ‘build, build, build’
2 July 2020
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised on Tuesday to kick start the economy with a £5bn “new deal” to get England back to work. Johnson set out plans for an “infrastructure revolution” which will see road, hospital, ...
Three-quarters of Britons want Boris Johnson to follow London Mayor Sadiq Khan's example by taking a 10% pay cut in solidarity with workers hammered by coronavirus lockdown
22 June 2020
Three quarters of Britons want Boris Johnson and senior ministers to take a pay cut in solidarity with millions of workers hammered by coronavirus lockdown. A poll for MailOnline found some 75 per cent say the PM should follow  t...
Thousands of UK jobs go in sweeping retail closures
10 June 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has claimed another 3,600 UK jobs after the Restaurant Group, Monsoon Accessorize and Quiz announced major restructures. The Restaurant Group, which owns Frankie and Benny's, expects to cut up to 3,000 workers after confirmi...


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