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[Re: Terrible at times tables? Our reliance on fintechs doing our maths dents our income, Nov 28] Maths used to be seen as something for boys; young women boasted of being “bad at maths”. However, arithmetic, the stuff of primary school, is what is needed in every day life. Mathematics can be daunting and abstract [...]
[Re: UK set to become next AI superpower says new report, Nov 23] Amidst the hype about the UK as the “next AI superpower”, the WPI Economics Report should be seen as a much bigger call to action to improve how the UK public sector approaches data. Having enhanced AI capabilities is all very well [...]
[Re: Bitcoin tumbles below £13,500 as FTX turmoil continues, Nov 21] The collapse and ensuing investigation of FTX has cast a spotlight on the cryptocurrency ecosystem, sparking a wider public discourse on whether decentralised finance has a future role to play. While not downplaying the impact this collapse will continue to have on the crypto [...]
[Re: Elon Musk fends off daily losses with jobs and ticks, Nov 6] The latest series of lay-offs from Big Tech companies and Twitter show that the tech bubble is bursting. Many more businesses may follow suit. The pandemic called for companies to hire tech talent in swathes as they raced to adapt. That digital [...]
[Re: Computer says no: Frustrated businesses screaming for fresh cash struggle to get bank loans, Nov 15] As the cost-of-living crisis rumbles on, the computer says no attitude of the traditional banking system is causing huge issues for SMEs who need access to finance to survive and grow. When the going gets tough and businesses [...]
[Re: Windfall tax hike risks no new investment in North Sea, warns analyst, yesterday] In addition to a potential increase in the oil and gas energy profits levy to 35 per cent over an extended period, it is increasingly likely that the UK will also introduce a new “excess returns” tax on energy generators more [...]
[Re: Metro Bank, NatWest and Hospitality UK among top employers to back fertility pledge, Nov 2] I was delighted to read your news that companies are signing up to the Fertility Workplace Pledge as part of Nickie Aiken’s campaign. By committing to providing better support to women undergoing IVF, these organisations are helping to close [...]
[Re: UK unemployment falls to 50 year-low amid jobs market exodus, October 11] Economic inactivity is a growing threat to our economy. As the Centre for Ageing Better noted, Covid-19 heralded an “unprecedented number of people aged 50-64…mov(ing) out of work”, electing to live on their savings instead. If we want to solve this inactivity, [...]
[Re: From ballet and opera to festivals and clubs, our definition of culture has changed, 28 Oct] How refreshing to see recognition of our dynamic cultural and creative industries in a daily business newspaper. These industries contribute significantly to the economy, as the article rightly points out. Perhaps more importantly in the current difficult economic [...]
[Re: Why does Cop27 seem to be the party no one wants to go to?, Oct 31] It’s disappointing that our new prime minister, Rishi Sunak, doesn’t consider attending COP27 a priority. I appreciate his government has to deal with the UK’s cost of living crisis, but now is not the time to retreat from [...]
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