Thursday, June 21, 2018

EU court backs British worker’s claim for 13 years of holiday pay in ‘bombshell’...

The EU’s top court has backed a British window salesman in a bombshell ruling over unpaid holiday during 13 years of employment. The...

More than 700 fewer nurses training in England in first year after NHS bursary...

Seven hundred fewer nurses started training in England in 2017, the first year since the Government scrapped training bursaries in a bid to allow...

Manchester United decide against launching Paul Pogba red card appeal with midfielder set to...

Paul Pogba will miss Sunday's Manchester derby after Manchester United chose not to appeal against the midfielder's three-match domestic suspension,  Pogba received a straight red card...

MPs call for investigation into proposed merger between SSE and Npower

MPs are calling on the competition watchdog to launch an investigation into a proposed merger of the UK retail operations of energy companies...

Donald Trump’s tax bill could cause a recession, warns Great Depression expert

Donald Trump’s flagship tax reform bill could cause a severe recession, an economic historian has warned.  Professor Robert McElvaine, a leading expert on the...

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...

European Court ruling ‘shows how Brexit will be a disaster for workers’ rights’

A European court ruling in favour of a gig economy worker who never got a paid holiday in 13 years has been declared...

German pilots ground 222 flights after refusing to deport asylum seekers

German pilots have reportedly grounded more than 200 flights after refusing to be involved in the deportations of failed asylum-seekers. Flight crews said they...

Five things to look out for in the US economy now the Senate has...

Let’s focus on the US, or rather the economic and financial issues there, rather than the political soap opera. This week the markets...

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...

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