London - Archive

September 2018 articles

Uber Eats drivers have abandoned their deliveries in the capital in a protest over pay. [...]

20 September

Ambitious plans to transform London’s skyline and revamp the Square Mile’s muted nighttime economy were unveiled by the City’s [...]

20 September

Aston Martin’s IPO could value it at over £5bn, it confirmed today. [...]

20 September

Boris Johnson’s controversial cycle superhighway, heralded as London’s “Crossrail of cycling”, is costing taxpayers tens [...]

18 September

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) today warned that the government has run out of time to prepare fully for a no-deal Brexit, [...]

17 September

Last week, I embarked on a visit to Northern Ireland to engage with its financial and professional services sector. [...]

17 September

From the record number of business startups to historically low unemployment, there are many things that the UK gets right. [...]

17 September

The London housing market is showing some signs of recovery with transaction numbers at the upper end of the market up six per [...]

17 September

Shares in South African banking group Investec flew up 10 per cent today as it revealed plans to spin off its asset management [...]

14 September

More than two centuries after our role at the leading edge of the Industrial Revolution, the UK needs a new economic and social [...]

14 September

Peggy, Max and Bronagh might not sound like the most intimidating of names, but you might be scared to meet one in bad weather [...]

12 September

A decade ago this week, the demise of Lehman Brothers marked the height of the financial crisis. [...]

11 September

Over a year since taking on the role of West Midlands mayor, we have achieved a lot. [...]

11 September

As I ride my bike into work, there are numerous obstacles to watch out for. I treat buses, trucks, and cars as though they are [...]

11 September

How much did you spend on your lunch today? [...]

10 September