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NHS England Apps Enlisted In Covid-19 Fight - Photo Illustrations

Are they a ticket to freedom or a tool of oppression? Will they encourage vaccinations or discriminate against vaccine sceptics? 

April 14, 2021

Budgets come and go. There is a huge buildup, the papers are filled with speculation and leaks, and in the

April 14, 2021
Prime Minister Boris Johnson Visits SureScreen Diagnostics In Derby

The campaign for regular, mass Covid resting has begun in earnest. From last Friday, everyone in England has been eligible

April 14, 2021
£23 million Government Fund Made Available To British Fishing Industry Affected By Brexit Red Tape

In the months since the Brexit transition period ended, trade flows at British borders have plummeted and border checks have

April 13, 2021
Facebook Australia Restricts News Publishers And Users In Response To Proposed Media Bargaining Laws

There has been much talk in recent years about “bricks versus clicks” and the threat that the rise of online

April 13, 2021
UK Lockdown Anniversary: The Square Mile, Back At Square One

Last month, the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) made a ruling which blocked the merger of the two British

April 13, 2021

Spare a thought as the week begins for Christine Graeff, the group head of corporate communications for Credit Suisse. The

April 12, 2021

At Bloomberg, we’ve learned from experience how to weather market disruptions over nearly four decades serving the global financial community.

April 12, 2021
UK Lockdown Anniversary: The Square Mile, Back At Square One

From today, many businesses that are so essential to the energy and vibrancy of the Square Mile will be able

April 12, 2021

There are myriad myths surrounding the climate crisis which desperately need to be debunked this year. Two in particular that

April 11, 2021
The Black Death

Last week, I cycled into work for my first day in the office since December. I had the galleries and

April 10, 2021
Loyalist Protest Turns Violent At Belfast Peace Line

Rioting is not uncommon in Northern Ireland, nor is the sight of young people throwing missiles at the police. They

April 10, 2021