Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Republicans inch closer to passing tax bill that would ‘add $1 trillion to deficit’

With Senator John McCain announcing his support for the Republican tax bill, the Senate is edging closer to passing a measure that would...

Labour to force Government to publish its own assessments of Universal Credit

The Labour Party will seek to force the Government to publish its own reports into the rollout of its Universal Credit, in a...

As a Remainer, I’d like to apologise to everyone for causing the pound to...

When the Chancellor Philip Hammond didn’t blame me in his Budget speech, I thought I’d got away with it. But the Internet never forgets;...

UK economy forecast to grow at subdued rate over two years amid Brexit uncertainty,...

The UK economy is expected to grow at a sluggish rate over the next couple of years, with economists warning that growth will...

Uber’s bid to appeal driver case to UK Supreme Court rejected

Uber’s request to appeal a workers’ rights decision to the UK Supreme Court was rejected, according to drivers’ union Independent Workers Union of...

Black Friday fails to lure cash-conscious savers into shops in November

Black Friday sales failed to lure cash-conscious savers onto high streets and into shopping centres during November, as inflation concerns and Brexit uncertainty...

France: Court orders halal supermarket in Paris to close because it does not sell...

France has ordered a halal supermarket in Paris to close because it does not sell pork or wine. The Good Price mini-market in Colombes...

House of Cards: Final season will not feature Kevin Spacey, Robin Wright to lead...

The final season of political drama House of Cards will be a mere eight episodes and will not feature Kevin Spacey, Netflix has...

London Stock Exchange shareholders have lost faith in chairman, says activist investor

An activist investor has claimed shareholders have "lost faith" in London Stock Exchange (LSE) chairman Donald Brydon as it released a damning dossier...

CBI says UK plc stuck in slow lane. Boosting workers rights could change that

How to fix an economy stuck in the slow lane, with the CBI just the latest organisation to say that situation isn't likely...

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