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In his pursuit of power, Farage is gambling with Brexit itself
In his pursuit of power, Farage is gambling with Brexit itself
Single-issue campaign groups are curious beasts. They spring up, sometimes overnight, when the need arises. In many cases, they succeed [...]
November 13, 2019
Today’s apologists for socialism still won’t acknowledge the lessons of the Berlin Wall
Today’s apologists for socialism still won’t acknowledge the lessons of the Berlin Wall
The media has been awash over the past week with stories about the thirtieth anniversary of the fall of the [...]
November 13, 2019
Why pursuing my side hustle as a rally car driver helped me get promoted
Why pursuing my side hustle as a rally car driver helped me get promoted
I expected my professional career to stall when I became a part-time rally car driver — but in fact, the [...]
November 13, 2019
DEBATE: Is it worrying that the report on Russian interference has not yet been published?
DEBATE: Is it worrying that the report on Russian interference has not yet been published?
Should we be concerned that the government’s report into Russian interference has not yet been released? Liz Jarvis, a writer [...]
November 13, 2019
Jeremy Corbyn’s support for authoritarianism abroad makes him unfit to be Prime Minister
Jeremy Corbyn’s support for authoritarianism abroad makes him unfit to be Prime Minister
If you’ve managed to tear your eyes away from the flood of General Election coverage recently, you may have read [...]
November 13, 2019
£2.9bn of investment planned for Oxford Street by 2022
£2.9bn of investment planned for Oxford Street by 2022
Oxford Street and the surrounding area is set to receive a total of £2.9bn in investment over the next two [...]
November 13, 2019
FTSE 100 on track to meet target for women on boards
FTSE 100 on track to meet target for women on boards
The FTSE 100 is on track to meet a target of 33 per cent for women on boards by 2020, [...]
November 13, 2019
UK businesses increasingly adopting automation
UK businesses increasingly adopting automation
Eighty seven per cent of businesses have automated a key process during the last year, a survey of chief financial [...]
November 13, 2019
HS2: Leaked report means controversial project is now an election issue
HS2: Leaked report means controversial project is now an election issue
The HS2 high speed rail line has long been the problem child of British infrastructure. Now, at a decade old [...]
November 13, 2019
London's New Bond Street has the most expensive retail rents in Europe
London's New Bond Street has the most expensive retail rents in Europe
London’s New Bond Street is the most expensive shopping street in Europe for retailers to rent store space. The street [...]
November 13, 2019
No end in sight for US shale boom
No end in sight for US shale boom
The US shale boom is set to continue, according to the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) World Energy Outlook 2019, with [...]
November 13, 2019
Labour pledges an extra £40bn to NHS
Labour pledges an extra £40bn to NHS
Labour will outspend the Tories on health by promising an extra £40bn to the NHS if it wins next month’s [...]
November 12, 2019
Eddie Stobart shareholders face steep losses in potential rescue
Eddie Stobart shareholders face steep losses in potential rescue
Shareholders in logistics firm Eddie Stobart face a steep cut in the value of their investment as part of a [...]
November 12, 2019
Former Man Group president Jonathan Sorrell to join Capstone
Former Man Group president Jonathan Sorrell to join Capstone
The former president of FTSE 250-listed hedge fund Man Group Jonathan Sorrell is joining hedge fund Capstone. Sorrell, son of [...]
November 12, 2019