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[Re: Sunak confronted by patient over nurses’ pay, Oct 28] On his visit to a South London hospital on Friday, Rishi Sunak was confronted by a patient over nurses’ pay. The government “is trying”, he said; but as the patient rightly said, they need to be trying harder to deliver a stronger NHS. With health [...]
[Re: FCA poised to clampdown on greenwashing with ‘ESG’ curbs, 25 Oct] The FCA comments on greenwashing shouldn’t come as a surprise: the FCA has been flagging greenwashing as a concern for some time. Moreover, it’s a continuation of the FCA’s work in other areas to ensure that every product ‘does what it says on [...]
[Re: FCA poised to clampdown on greenwashing with ‘ESG’ curbs, yesterday] The FCA has spoken. UK firms must walk the walk, and not just talk the talk on ESG. Firms now require a variety of different data points, multiple ESG data sources for those data points where available, and their own analytical capability to digest [...]
[Re: Food price hikes will become baked in if we can’t choose a fiscal policy and stick with it, yesterday] Can our food prices really become more expensive? I’m not asking, technically if they can – that I’m sure they can do, but can we afford for them to go any higher without Britain becoming [...]
[Re: UK house prices rise by an average £36,000 in just 12-months, Oct 19] It is shocking that the average cost of a home in the UK has jumped more than the average Brits’ annual salary. House prices mean that buying a home is out of reach for many, and we have seen this across [...]
[Re: City sitdown: Private equity should learn to be more emotional, argues City grandee, October 5] It’s absolutely right to say that there are opportunities for healthy returns in private equity at the moment – but Bob Sheard only touches on the biggest source of opportunity right at the end of his interesting interview: off-market [...]
[Re: Labour Party move their headquarters southside, October 11] If the Labour party do have a new HQ in South London it will spare them from Liz Truss and the Tories’ obsessive hatred of North London. Colin Price [Re: Digital documents Bill for UK’s £1.3tn trade industry, October 13 ] The passing of the UK [...]
[Re: If Truss wants growth, she needs to face down the rural lobby and back solar farms, October 7] It is a fallacy to say solar farms impede food production. The amount of UK land used for agriculture is 71 per cent. Of that, only 26 percent is used for crops. The rest is grassland [...]
[Re: UK unemployment falls to 50 year low amid jobs market exodus, yesterday] As real time pay continues to fail to keep up with the rising cost of living, employees are increasingly worried about their financial situation. Our research found that 69 per cent of employees are concerned about their ability to pay for essentials, such [...]
[Re: Musk’s Twitter u-turn is the beginning rather than the end, October 5] So, after 6 months of throwing his toys out the pram, publicly criticising Twitter, and accusing the company of deliberately misleading their shareholders, Elon Musk has… bought Twitter. He appears unphased by public humiliation, and claims the acquisition will be an “accelerant” [...]
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