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UK suffers biggest fall in jobs in four years
UK suffers biggest fall in jobs in four years
The number of people in work in Britain fell at its fastest rate in four years between July and September, [...]
November 12, 2019
Labour experiences a 'sophisticated' cyber attack
Labour experiences a 'sophisticated' cyber attack
Labour has said it has been the victim of a “sophisticated and large scale cyber attack” on its digital platforms. [...]
November 12, 2019
Financial Times appoints first female editor as Lionel Barber steps down after 15 years
Financial Times appoints first female editor as Lionel Barber steps down after 15 years
Lionel Barber is stepping down as editor of the Financial Times (FT) after almost 15 years at the helm, to [...]
November 12, 2019
Rugby World Cup audiences help push ITV ad revenue higher
Rugby World Cup audiences help push ITV ad revenue higher
ITV stuck to full-year guidance today as it revealed a surge in online revenues while rugby fans helped push advertising [...]
November 12, 2019
FTSE 100 climbs as Experian and utility stocks boost index
FTSE 100 climbs as Experian and utility stocks boost index
The FTSE 100 today bounced back after sinking into the red yesterday, with mainstay utility stocks and Experian and Vodafone’s [...]
November 12, 2019
B&M shares dive as German unit put under review
B&M shares dive as German unit put under review
Shares in B&M fell more than seven per cent this morning as the bargain retailer launched a strategic review of [...]
November 12, 2019
Arrow underlying profits fall due to rise in costs
Arrow underlying profits fall due to rise in costs
Debt purchasing group Arrow Global saw underlying profits fall 5.4 per cent to £50.4m in the nine months ending in [...]
November 12, 2019
Hillary Clinton slams 'shameful' decision to delay Russian interference report
Hillary Clinton slams 'shameful' decision to delay Russian interference report
Hillary Clinton has slammed the UK government for delaying the release of a report into potential Russian political interference before [...]
November 12, 2019
General Election 2019: Farage calls on Conservatives to stand aside for Brexit Party
General Election 2019: Farage calls on Conservatives to stand aside for Brexit Party
Fresh from his apparently “unilateral” decision that The Brexit Party candidates would not contest seats won by Tories in 2017, [...]
November 12, 2019
What now as monetary policy runs its course?
What now as monetary policy runs its course?
The UK looks set to reverse the course of austerity with all parties planning to ramp-up spending as the reality [...]
November 12, 2019
General Election 2019: Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry's Islington seat 'at risk'
General Election 2019: Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry's Islington seat 'at risk'
Labour frontbencher Emily Thornberry is at risk of losing her seat, according to internal party polling. The Islington South and [...]
November 12, 2019
New Look losses shrink despite dip in sales
New Look losses shrink despite dip in sales
New Look narrowed its losses in the first half of the year, despite a decline in sales caused by the [...]
November 12, 2019
Vodafone improves guidance but lowers dividend after €1.9bn loss
Vodafone improves guidance but lowers dividend after €1.9bn loss
Vodafone hiked its full-year earnings guidance today as organic earnings rose 1.4 per cent in its second quarter, but the [...]
November 12, 2019
Mr Kipling owner Premier Foods increases profit
Mr Kipling owner Premier Foods increases profit
Shares in Mr Kipling owner Premier Foods soared this morning after the company reported an increase in profit and revenue [...]
November 12, 2019