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Monday - 19th April, 2021
7.5m staff never want to return to the office again
ALMOST a quarter of Britain’s workers hope never to see the office again, with 7.5m people keen to...
Friday - 16th April, 2021
Flexible rail ticket plan to lure back commuters
MINISTERS and rail chiefs are putting the finishing touches to a new system of flexible rail season ...
Thursday - 15th April, 2021
Cut stamp duty permanently, says OECD
STAMP duty should be cut permanently as part of a radical post-Covid overhaul to boost investment an...
Wednesday - 14th April, 2021
‘Czech sphinx’ billionaire swoops on Sainsbury’s
A BILLIONAIRE investor known as the “Czech sphinx” has launched a raid on Sainsbury’s – spar...
Tuesday - 13th April, 2021
Lynch fraud case casts shadow over Darktrace IPO
THE cybersecurity provider Darktrace has warned that fraud allegations against its founding sharehol...
Monday - 12th April, 2021
Britain back in business as recovery gathers pace
BRITAIN’S economy is poised to bounce back sharply as restrictions are eased today, after a host o...
Friday - 9th April, 2021
Eurozone faces Covid debt crunch
ITALY, Greece and other heavily indebted eurozone countries risk a financial crunch after the pandem...
Thursday - 8th April, 2021
JP Morgan boss says more bankers will move to EU
JP MORGAN boss Jamie Dimon has warned that he could shift all bankers serving European Union clients...
Wednesday - 7th April, 2021
British recovery to outpace US and Europe
BRITAIN will clock up faster economic growth than the US and Europe next year as the recovery is tur...
Tuesday - 6th April, 2021
Board meets over future of Vauxhall cars
THE future of Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant could finally be decided this week with executives f...
Monday - 5th April, 2021
Civil servants to get flexible office space across the UK
CIVIL servants will be able to drop into “hybrid” office spaces across the country after the Gov...
Friday - 2nd April, 2021
Bankers fear billions of losses over Gupta debts
SANJEEV GUPTA has threatened to take legal action against banks racing to recover billions of pounds...
Thursday - 1st April, 2021
Deliveroo debut rides to disaster
DELIVEROO served up one of the worst stock market debuts on record as shares in the loss-making take...
Wednesday - 31st March, 2021
Banks face $10bn losses from Hwang firm
THE implosion of Bill Hwang’s trading empire could trigger $10bn (£7.3bn) of losses acros...
Tuesday - 30th March, 2021
Commuting slump risks tax raid on Londoners
LONDONERS are expected to face a massive tax raid as Sadiq Khan scrambles to protect the city’s tr...
Friday - 26th March, 2021
Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg has suggested Donald Trump was partly responsible for rioters storming...
Thursday - 25th March, 2021
Cameron investigated by watchdog
DAVID CAMERON is under investigation by the lobbying watchdog set up while he was prime minister for...
Wednesday - 24th March, 2021
Green rules signal end of North Sea oil
THE Government will make it far more difficult for oil companies to obtain drilling licences, effect...
Tuesday - 23rd March, 2021
Johnson in crunch talks as rail review hits buffers
BORIS JOHNSON and Rishi Sunak will hold crunch talks over the future of Britain’s railways next we...
Monday - 22nd March, 2021
Cameron’s lobbying for Greensill to face scrutiny
A POWERFUL group of MPs will meet today to decide whether to launch a formal inquiry into the collap...
Friday - 19th March, 2021
Bank to run economy hot despite bond fears
THE economy will be allowed to heat up before interest rates are raised, despite mounting concern ov...
Thursday - 18th March, 2021
Kwarteng warned audit rules threaten UK recovery
KWASI KWARTENG, the Business Secretary, faced warnings last night that his plan to make company dire...
Wednesday - 17th March, 2021
SNP backed Gupta deal as alarm bells rang
THE metals tycoon Sanjeev Gupta was handed hundreds of millions of pounds of taxpayer support by the...
Tuesday - 16th March, 2021
Broadband firms lash out at Big Tech data grab
BROADBAND providers have lashed out at the communications watchdog over data-sharing proposals that ...
Monday - 15th March, 2021
Treasury questioned over links to Greensill
A TREASURY mandarin, who played a crucial role in assessing appeals by the collapsed lender Greensil...
Friday - 12th March, 2021
John Lewis to shut shops and cut prices
JOHN LEWIS is preparing to slash prices on its lockdown stockpile of products as it fights for survi...
Thursday - 11th March, 2021
Greensill’s collapse risks pension fund turbulence
PENSION funds risk being dragged into the Greensill Capital crisis because bankers pumped their mone...
Wednesday - 10th March, 2021
Eurozone jab failures leave bloc trailing UK’s recovery
BRITAIN’S economic recovery will far outpace the eurozone’s this year as the world-leading NHS v...
Tuesday - 9th March, 2021
Elon Musk, co-founder of Tesla, with partner Grimes and their son X AE A-Xii on Twitter. Tesla is re...
Monday - 8th March, 2021
British screen tech attracts buyout titan
US PRIVATE equity firm Carlyle Group has scooped up a British visual effects company that builds imm...
Friday - 5th March, 2021
Deloitte’s diversity boss accused of bullying staff
DELOITTE’S diversity champion Dimple Agarwal, one of the firm’s most senior UK consultants, is b...
Thursday - 4th March, 2021
The Treasury is coming to town
TREASURY mandarins will be hauled out of London and sent to a new economic campus in Darlington as t...
Wednesday - 3rd March, 2021
The City has to break free from EU rule, says Lord Hill
BRITAIN should use its newfound freedoms to turbocharge the City after Brexit, according to the auth...
Tuesday - 2nd March, 2021
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, the new director-general of the World Trade Organisation, arrives in Geneva to ...
Monday - 1st March, 2021
Hospitality’s £9bn bill for reopening delay
THE delayed reopening of hospitality will cost the sector £9bn, bosses have warned, as MPs ...
Friday - 26th February, 2021
Sunak weighs up change in share rules to save the City
RISHI SUNAK is considering plans to introduce controversial new share rules which will give tech fou...
Thursday - 25th February, 2021
Bailey warns Brussels over City power grab
ANDREW BAILEY has warned Brussels against plotting a protectionist power grab with tough new laws of...
Wednesday - 24th February, 2021
HSBC to cut 40pc of its offices in jobs revolution
HSBC is poised to axe 40pc of its offices around the world in a major blow to city centres as the Co...
Tuesday - 23rd February, 2021
Cities will be buzzing once shackles are off, says PM
BORIS JOHNSON has said city centres will roar back into life when lockdown ends, as economists bet o...
Monday - 22nd February, 2021
Tax rise will choke recovery, warns Darling
FORMER chancellor Lord Darling has warned Rishi Sunak against “choking off ” the Covid recovery ...
Friday - 19th February, 2021
Sunak to extend rates relief and furlough
Ben Riley-Smith and Laura Onita RISHI SUNAK is set to extend two crucial lifelines to companies batt...
Thursday - 18th February, 2021
Ford maps out road to all-electric cars by 2030
FORD has vowed to stop making petrol and diesel cars in Europe from 2030 in a dramatic intervention ...
Wednesday - 17th February, 2021
Watchdog weighs in on Woodford’s Jersey plan
THE UK’s financial watchdog has linked up with its counterpart in Jersey following fears that disg...
Tuesday - 16th February, 2021
Revamp the regulators to ‘seize Brexit dividend’
REGULATORS must launch an unprecedented overhaul of red tape so Britain can seize on a “Brexit div...
Monday - 15th February, 2021
Investors lash out at Woodford comeback
SAVERS who suffered massive losses in Neil Woodford’s failed investment fund have hit out at a com...
Friday - 12th February, 2021
Staff turned on KPMG boss after job cuts ploy
THE future of KPMG boss Bill Michael was hanging in the balance last night as details emerged of boa...
Thursday - 11th February, 2021
KPMG boss steps aside after staff backlash
THE head of KPMG has stepped aside after he warned staff to “stop moaning” about Covid-19 and ra...
Wednesday - 10th February, 2021
Bailey’s claim rejected by author of LCF report
THE author of a damning report into the collapse of savings firm London Capital & Finance (L...
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