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Libraries in UK are becoming a safe haven for those affected by the economic crisis
5 February 2023
How Britons are fleeing the economic crisis Libraries are becoming a refuge for those affected by the economic crisis. These institutions provide 'warm places' for vulnerable people to stay safe and have access to free food this winter. More and mo...
Showbiz stars boycott Jeremy Clarkson programme over his words about Meghan Markle
4 February 2023
Boycott for Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Several British showbiz stars have refused to participate in the filming of the TV game "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" because its host Jeremy Clarkson made rude remarks about Prince H...
FTSE 100 index rises to record high
3 February 2023
A record on the stock exchange The London Stock Exchange's FTSE 100 Index, which is based on the shares of a hundred large-cap companies, gained 84 points, or 1.1 per cent, to a record high of 7,906 points in trading on Friday. The previous record ...
The Bank of England raised the rate for the tenth time in a row
2 February 2023
Rate hike The Bank of England raised its rate for the tenth time in a row, by 50 basis points, to 4% per annum, according to a statement on the regulator's website. Edward Park, investment director at investment management firm Brooks Mac...
London's Tate Gallery lost a privacy case against owners of luxury flat
1 February 2023
Tate Modern and apartment owners in court Owners of luxury property in central London have won a victory in the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom in a suit against the gallery of modern art Tate Mo...
Brexit costs for UK £100 billion a year in list production
31 January 2023
The UK economy Britain's exit from the European Union (Brexit) is costing the economy £100 billion annually due to lost investment, loss of staff and income from trade. This was ...
BP predicts that OPEC's share in global oil production will rise to 65% by 2050
30 January 2023
Oil production indicators The oil production of the member countries of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) may reach from 45% to 65% of total world production by 2050, having almost doubled compared...
Princess Diana's dress is up for auction at Sotheby's
7 January 2023
Dress at auction An evening gown belonging to Diana, Princess of Wales (1961-1997) is up for auction at Sotheby's in New York, the auction house's press office said Friday. Created in 1989 by fashion designer Victor Edelstein, the dark-black velvet...
The UK faces a new wave of major strikes in January
6 January 2023
Strikes continue Britain will face a new wave of strikes in January involving nurses, ambulance staff, railway workers, teachers and driving tests. British nurses, who went on strike for the first time i...
The crisis in emergency medical care in the country is historic
2 January 2023
A historic crisis in the NHS The UK faces a deep crisis in emergency medical care amid a sharp rise in the incidence of flu and COVID-19. Representatives of Britain's major professional bodies of doctors warned of this on Monday. Health crises are ...
Rishi Sunak says UK's problems will not end in 2023
31 December 2022
The problems with the economy is going to continue Prime Minister Rishi Sunak believes that in 2023 the time of hardship in the UK will continue because of the effects of the conflict in Ukraine. "I'm not going to pretend that all our problems will...
The UK hospitality sector lost $1.8bn to strikes in December
30 December 2022
Strikes are bad for the hospitality sector The profit lost by UK pubs, hotels and restaurants to strikes in December was £1.5bn, British Hospitality Association (BHA) head of hospitality Kate Nicholls said on Friday. "We have recorded cancell...
Paul Nowak vows to fight legislation against strikes
29 December 2022
Trial and strikes Trades Union Congress is ready to sue the authorities if new laws restricting workers' rights to strike are passed. Paul Nowak, the elected head of the union association, said this in an interview with the Financial Times on Thursd...
Border force staff at airports go on strike for three days
28 December 2022
Three-day strike More than 1,000 border control staff working at major UK airports began a three-day strike on Wednesday, which will cause serious inconvenience to passengers in the run-up to New Year. The strike has affected Heathrow and Gatwick, a...
Environmental activists criticise BP's investment plan
27 December 2022
Criticism of BP Oil and gas corporation BP has been the target of harsh criticism from environmental activists over its 2023 investment plans. This was reported by The Guardian newspaper. The publication claims that BP intends to invest $7.5 billio...
Boxing Day strikes: rail strikes in the UK cause transport chaos
26 December 2022
Boxing Day strikes Strikes by British railway workers have forced thousands of people in the United Kingdom to change their plans over the Christmas period and cancel visits to friends and family. This was reported by T...
Rishi Sunak appoints journalist from The Spectator as political adviser
25 December 2022
New political adviser British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has appointed his close friend, political analyst for the weekly magazine The Spectator and The Times columnist James Forsyth, as his political assistant. This was reported by The Gu...
UK GPD shrinks 0.3% in third quarter
22 December 2022
GPD in Q3 The UK economy contracted by 0.3% in the third quarter instead of the expected 0.2%. This is evidenced by a report released Thursday by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) of the ...
The UK lost $40bn because of Brexit
21 December 2022
UK GDP The United Kingdom's exit from the European Union (Brexit) has cost the UK £33bn in lost investment and trade revenue by June 2022. That is the conclusion contained in a study published on Wednesday by the Centr...
UK economy at risk by half a million exodus from workforce
20 December 2022
Labour force in the UK Early retirement and an ageing population are among the main drivers of labour shortages in the United Kingdom. This was the conclusion reached by the authors of a report published on Tuesday by the House of Lords Economic Aff...


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