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The European Union’s cap on banker bonuses introduced after the financial crisis a decade ago can help to curb excessive risk-taking, a Bank of England study showed

The European Union’s cap on banker bonuses introduced after the financial crisis a decade ago can help to curb excessive

August 14, 2020
The UK will tomorrow add France, the Netherlands and Malta onto its quarantine list after the countries saw their infection rates rise.

The UK will tomorrow add France, the Netherlands and Malta onto its quarantine list after the countries saw their infection

August 14, 2020
Staffordshire Coronavirus Outbreak Linked To Pub Gathering

Coronavirus infections across England are levelling off according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). In

August 14, 2020
Today the government extended lockdown in north-west areas of England

The government extended lockdown restrictions on regions of north-west England today, saying there was no evidence that the coronavirus infection

August 14, 2020
US retail sales growth under par at 1.2 per cent

US retail sales for July undershot expectations with growth of 1.2 per cent, the US Commerce Department said today. Retail

August 14, 2020
Hong Kong cut its economic outlook for the year today, saying a recovery from recession depended on how fast it can get a new wave of coronavirus infections under control.

Hong Kong cut its economic outlook for the year today, saying a recovery from recession depended on how fast it

August 14, 2020
Nevada Casinos Reopen For Business After Closure For Coronavirus Pandemic

Lockdown rules are set to be eased further across England on Saturday as the country continues to tentatively open back

August 14, 2020

London is set to gain yet another major film studio after plans for a new production complex in Dagenham were

August 14, 2020
University

Every year without fail, school leavers and their parents have to hear the boasting, masquerading as reassurance, of some of

August 14, 2020
Labour Leader Meets Students Receiving A'Level Results

The Labour Party has called today for the government to scrap its system for allocating A-level results after thousands of

August 14, 2020
The Eurozone economy shrank by 12.1 per cent in the second quarter following the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, according to figures released today.

The Eurozone economy shrank 12.1 per cent in the second quarter following the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, according to

August 14, 2020
BRITAIN-HEALTH-VIRUS-CHARITY

More new vacancies for UK jobs were advertised last week than at any other time since the lockdown began, a

August 14, 2020