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This week, a new study by the London School of Economics — the most comprehensive of its kind — confirmed our worst

October 29, 2020

When Kiera-Lorelle Rhomes opened the doors to her new family business — Cinnamon Leaf foodhall in Tottenham, North London —

October 29, 2020

On Monday, while alcohol was vital enough to feature in a Tesco branch only providing essential items in Cardiff, period

October 27, 2020
Rotten Singing

During times of uncertainty, great opportunity emerges from the darkness.  That’s why new businesses are created in the midst of

October 27, 2020
Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden Campaigns In Florida

Boris Johnson’s former chancellor has become the first Conservative MP to lend his name to a presidential candidate by publicly

October 23, 2020

There are some statistics that make you stop in your tracks. This should be one. Despite investing more time and

October 20, 2020

Amid all the tragedies of the pandemic, there has been one positive side effect: a global reset. A “pandemic pause”

October 20, 2020
Scotland Feels The Impact Of Coronavirus

Shakespeare’s assertion that “the course of true love never did run smooth” has never felt quite so true as it

October 19, 2020

Britain’s largest companies’ progress towards having more ethnically diverse management has been sluggish. But are things about to speed up? 

October 16, 2020

The Covid-19 crisis and resulting responses to curb the spread of infections has caused tension to form in pockets of

October 16, 2020

How far does £40 get you?  In the UK, and London especially, it might buy you a meal for two,

October 15, 2020

Rishi Sunak certainly deserves praise for his response to the pandemic — so far. Because, as his recent statement to

October 15, 2020