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June 2019 articles

Eurostar chair set to take the reins at Go-Ahead Group
Eurostar chair set to take the reins at Go-Ahead Group
Transport giant Go-Ahead today said it has appointed Eurostar boss Clare Hollingsworth as its new chair following the retirement of [...]
June 27, 2019
Boeing 737 Max jet hits fresh setback before test flights
Boeing 737 Max jet hits fresh setback before test flights
Boeing’s plan to return its 737 Max jet to the skies has hit a fresh obstacle, with regulators discovering a [...]
June 27, 2019
Tech investor raises a record $100m in capital
Tech investor raises a record $100m in capital
London venture capital firm Talis Capital has secured a record $100m (£78.8m) to invest in tech startups across the UK, [...]
June 27, 2019
On-the-shelf idea: Time to get our libraries booked  for business
On-the-shelf idea: Time to get our libraries booked for business
There has been much debate around the demise of the high street. Big brands are going under, and there is [...]
June 27, 2019
Debate: Is there any merit to Labour’s ‘financial totalitarianism’ plans to tackle climate change?
Debate: Is there any merit to Labour’s ‘financial totalitarianism’ plans to tackle climate change?
Q: Is there any merit to Labour’s ‘financial totalitarianism’ plans to tackle climate change? Yes – Angus Satow is co-founder [...]
June 27, 2019
A bold pro-business Prime Minister should let Liz Truss shake things up
A bold pro-business Prime Minister should let Liz Truss shake things up
There’s another month to go until we have a new Prime Minister, but pro-market Conservatives can already start breathing a [...]
June 27, 2019
The FCA must stop making excuses and act to avoid another GRG scandal
The FCA must stop making excuses and act to avoid another GRG scandal
It is six years since the damning accusations came to light that the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) had been [...]
June 27, 2019
UK economic growth expected to slow as Brexit and global tensions bite
UK economic growth expected to slow as Brexit and global tensions bite
The UK’s economic growth is expected to slow as prolonged uncertainty over Brexit and global headwinds take their toll. Audit [...]
June 27, 2019
Like Boris, Jeremy Hunt should be wary of promising spending splurges
Like Boris, Jeremy Hunt should be wary of promising spending splurges
Earlier this week, the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) performed a useful public service, placing Boris Johnson’s spending proposals under [...]
June 27, 2019
Blanket bans ‘not the answer’ to Huawei question, report warns
Blanket bans ‘not the answer’ to Huawei question, report warns
The UK must find a “compelling” risk management approach to Chinese tech firm Huawei rather than rolling out a blanket [...]
June 27, 2019