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July 2019 articles

City Moves for 19 July – Who’s switching jobs at Foundry, Callsign and Saga?
City Moves for 19 July – Who’s switching jobs at Foundry, Callsign and Saga?
Today’s City Moves includes Foundry, Callsign and Saga. Foundry Foundry, which develops creative software for the digital design, media and [...]
July 18, 2019
Construction market ‘patience wearing thin’ with Brexit uncertainty
Construction market ‘patience wearing thin’ with Brexit uncertainty
London’s construction market appears to be losing patience with Brexit uncertainty, as output growth gains speed and workload expectations gather [...]
July 18, 2019
Daily Mirror owner Reach ‘joins race to buy JPI Media’
Daily Mirror owner Reach ‘joins race to buy JPI Media’
Reach, the owner of the Daily Mirror and Daily Express, is said to have thrown its hat into the ring [...]
July 17, 2019
Commuter chaos: Waterloo station line side fire expected to cause disruption on Thursday morning
Commuter chaos: Waterloo station line side fire expected to cause disruption on Thursday morning
Commuters have been told to take alternative routes to work tomorrow after a line side fire at Waterloo station has [...]
July 17, 2019
Private in the public eye? How a royal fairytale can turn into a nightmare
Private in the public eye? How a royal fairytale can turn into a nightmare
A lot of seasoned royal watchers predicted that Miss Markle would give the Royal Family a new edge, a modern, feminist twist and a dose of Hollywood fame into the bargain. It isn’t quite working out that way.
July 17, 2019
Ursula von der Leyen: What kind of EU leader can the UK expect?
Ursula von der Leyen: What kind of EU leader can the UK expect?
After months of deliberation, the EU parliament has now elected a new successor to Jean-Claude Juncker, the larger than life [...]
July 17, 2019
Pension savings are being left in cash after M&G property fund blocks withdrawals
Pension savings are being left in cash after M&G property fund blocks withdrawals
M&G, which is owned by Prudential, insists that the deferral is not related to Brexit or the wider property market
July 17, 2019
Theresa May slams uncompromising populists in final major speech as PM
Theresa May slams uncompromising populists in final major speech as PM
Theresa May hit out at the growing “uncompromising absolutism” of politics as she reflected on her failure to deliver Brexit [...]
July 17, 2019
Premier Foods pay report passes despite shareholder anger
Premier Foods pay report passes despite shareholder anger
Mr Kipling owner Premier Foods passed its executive pay recommendations this afternoon despite frustrated shareholders’ anger at the state of [...]
July 17, 2019
Astrazeneca promises cash to back up £12m redundancy payments for former staff
Astrazeneca promises cash to back up £12m redundancy payments for former staff
British-Swedish drugmaker Astrazeneca has promised to plug a £12m hole, if needed, to honour redundancy payments for a plant which [...]
July 17, 2019