English singer, songwriter and actor
Innews: «Harry Styles wins four awards at the BRIT Awards 2023»
That night was really, really special for me and I'll never forget it. Thank you for such a homely welcome. I'm so proud to be a British artist
Innews: «Railway workers reject new pay offers»
"The time has come for employers and the government to listen to the tens of thousands of rail workers."
Innews: «Showbiz stars boycott Jeremy Clarkson programme over his words about Meghan Markle»
We've all been there. The very moment we realise we've messed it up. Your head is pounding. And you feel sick. I couldn't believe what I was reading.
Innews: «Boxing Day strikes: rail strikes in the UK cause transport chaos»
Until the government gives the rail industry a mandate to reach a negotiated settlement on job security, pay and working conditions, our industrial campaign will continue.
Director ONS economic statistics
Innews: «UK GPD shrinks 0.3% in third quarter»
Our revised figures show that the economy has performed slightly less well over the past year than we had previously anticipated, with production and electricity generation noticeably weaker.
Deputy director of the Centre for European Reform
Innews: «The UK lost $40bn because of Brexit»
There are several differences between what politicians want to say about Brexit and what we see in the statistics. I think it's no longer possible to argue that Brexit hasn't hurt the economy.
Chancellor of the Exchequer
Innews: «Britain to lay out financial sector reforms in 2023»
Leaving the EU gives us a great opportunity to change our regulatory regime and unlock the full potential of our formidable financial services sector.
Church of England bishop
Innews: «The census showed that for the first time the proportion of Christians in England and Wales was less than half»
We have left behind an era when many people almost automatically identified as Christians, but other surveys consistently show how the same people are still seeking spiritual truth and wisdom and a set of values to live by.
General secretary at NASUWT
Innews: «Teachers in the UK forced into second jobs amid crisis»
Teachers say they are burned out from working harder for a small salary.
Chief Executive Officer of the Vodafone Group
Innews: «Vodafone announces that communication prices may rise in 2023»
We are experiencing a significant negative impact from electricity prices and inflation. Price is a key component of what we do, as in any other area. We are talking about an increase of £1 to £2 per bill.
Co-founder of the Extinction Rebellion
Innews: «Extinction Rebellion eco-activists protest near Barclays bank branches»
Hundreds of people staged an intervention at Barclays today, sending a message to the bank on the high street that with protests taking place at over 100 of their branches, they are fast losing their social licence to do business in UK cities and towns.
Governor of the Bank of England since 16 March 2020.
Innews: «Andrew Bailey suggests that next month's key rate hike will be higher than expected»
Given the current state of affairs, my most likely assumption is that inflationary pressures will require a stronger response than we may have thought in August
Head of Fixed Interest Research London at Quilter Cheviot
Innews: «UK pound lost 1.5% after Jeremy Hunt appointed chancellor after Kwarteng sacking»
The fate of Kwasi Kwarteng shows just how serious the UK's loss of confidence in the markets has been, as he becomes one of the shortest-serving chancellors in history.
Minister for Higher Education and Further Education, Youth Employment and Training
"Most of the key political leverage needed to address the crisis still rests with the UK government, so we continue to urge them to use all the leverage at their disposal to address this emergency on the scale necessary to meet people's needs.
Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Innews: «Liz Truss abandons plans to cut the UK's maximum tax rate»
Our growth plan lays out a new approach to building a thriving economy, from supporting British businesses to reducing the tax burden for people on the lowest incomes. However, it is already clear that removing the 45% tax rate is a distraction from our core mission to tackle the challenges facing the country
Head of UK Automotive at KPMG
Rising energy, supply and labour costs are increasing the cost of producing cars at a time when many consumers are slowing down their spending.
General Secretary of Unite the Union
Innews: «Felixstowe port workers to strike for eight days strike over pay dispute»
Both Felixstowe Docks and its parent company CK Hutchison Holding Ltd are both extremely profitable and incredibly wealthy. They are fully capable of paying the workforce a fair wage.
Chief Executive Officer at the Heathrow Airport
Innews: «London Heathrow airport asks airlines to limit ticket sales for summer flights»
We are asking our partners in the airlines to stop selling tickets for summer flights to limit the negative impact on passengers,
Chief Financial Officer at the PureGym
Innews: «The UK expects massive closures of swimming pools and restaurants amid economic crisis»
Even gyms without pools are not immune. Rising energy costs were a challenging backdrop for everyone right now.
Chief Executive Officer of Food and Drink Federation (FDF)
Innews: «UK says it is not prepared for a jump in food prices»
I don't think the government is fully aware of the consequences of what is happening. The situation could become quite frightening with significant price increases and also in terms of food poverty.