Friday, April 27, 2018

Donald Trump recognising Jerusalem as Israel’s capital will cause ‘major catastrophe’, Middle East leaders...

As President Donald Trump edges toward the controversial decision of recognising Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, unease is growing in the region over a...

The cost of living in every part of the world in one infographic

We think about cost of living all the time, especially when we're looking to move from one location to another. Our perspective is,...

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...

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...

Robots could force 800 million people out of a job, finds study

As many as 800 million people could be forced out of employment by 2030 due to the rise of robots in the workplace,...

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...

Meet the 25-year-old Dutch pilot who’s taking over Instagram

Michelle Gooris' selfie game is strong. The 25-year-old RyanAir pilot shares her view from the cockpit - and her jetsetting adventures on her days...

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...

Immigration is a ‘good thing’ for Britain says Brexit-backing Wetherspoons head

JD Wetherspoon‘s Brexit-backing chairman has admitted the future success of Britain’s economy will rely on inward immigration which he said was a “good...

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...

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