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September 2019 articles

Pannick stations: Battle lines drawn in Supreme Court case
Pannick stations: Battle lines drawn in Supreme Court case
Supreme Court judges have been warned that their decision could pave the way for a future Prime Minister to “silence” [...]
September 17, 2019
BHP boss has bonus slashed after death in Australian mine
BHP boss has bonus slashed after death in Australian mine
The boss of BHP, one of the world’s largest miners, had his bonus slashed last year after a death at [...]
September 17, 2019
Billionaire businessman Teddy Sagi buys Grade II-listed Holborn building for £300m
Billionaire businessman Teddy Sagi buys Grade II-listed Holborn building for £300m
Billionaire businessman Teddy Sagi has bought a Grade II listed building in Holborn for £300m through his co-working investment vehicle [...]
September 17, 2019
Do Not Pay founder launches anti-subscription app in the UK
Do Not Pay founder launches anti-subscription app in the UK
An app that automatically cancels subscriptions when the free trial period comes to an end has launched in the UK, [...]
September 17, 2019
Supreme Court live: Government QC outlines case for prorogation
Supreme Court live: Government QC outlines case for prorogation
Please refresh this page manually for the latest updates. Follow this live blog as the UK’s highest court hears arguments [...]
September 17, 2019
Wework bond tumbles on delay to stock market float
Wework bond tumbles on delay to stock market float
Wework’s bond price has fallen sharply following the company’s decision to push back its troubled initial public offering (IPO). The [...]
September 17, 2019
On the loo-se no longer: Police arrest second man as hunt for gold toilet burglar goes on
On the loo-se no longer: Police arrest second man as hunt for gold toilet burglar goes on
Police trying to get to the bottom of the theft of a solid gold toilet from Blenheim Palace have arrested [...]
September 17, 2019
Sadiq Khan’s Ulez charge cuts polluting vehicles by over a third and bags TfL £51m
Sadiq Khan’s Ulez charge cuts polluting vehicles by over a third and bags TfL £51m
Sadiq Khan’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone (Ulez), has raked in £51m in its first four months while also reducing the number [...]
September 17, 2019
Oil prices plunge as Saudi production could come back online sooner than expected
Oil prices plunge as Saudi production could come back online sooner than expected
Oil prices fell dramatically this afternoon as it was revealed that Saudi Arabia expects that it will have repaired all [...]
September 17, 2019
Corbyn is ‘Brexit by nature’, claims Swinson
Corbyn is ‘Brexit by nature’, claims Swinson
Jeremy Corbyn is “Brexit by nature”, Jo Swinson has said today, as she laid the blame for the 2016 referendum [...]
September 17, 2019