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September 2019 articles

Alison Rose confirmed as new RBS boss
Alison Rose confirmed as new RBS boss
Royal Bank of Scotland confirmed this morning that Alison Rose has been appointed as the firm’s first female chief executive. [...]
September 20, 2019
Medical cannabis could nip Britain’s growing opioid crisis in the bud
Medical cannabis could nip Britain’s growing opioid crisis in the bud
The United States is suffering from an epidemic that is estimated to have claimed 400,000 lives. In what is now [...]
September 20, 2019
By vowing to cancel Article 50, the Lib Dems are turning their backs on liberal democracy
By vowing to cancel Article 50, the Lib Dems are turning their backs on liberal democracy
Liberalism has a proud history in European democracy. As a concept, liberal democracy has defined the West for over a [...]
September 20, 2019
British Airways and the pilot strike: Are shared profits schemes the answer?
British Airways and the pilot strike: Are shared profits schemes the answer?
British Airways’ operations ground to a halt last week due to a pilots’ strike. The airline’s flight crews argued that [...]
September 20, 2019
DEBATE: Should companies be supportive of employees who want to take part in today’s climate strike?
DEBATE: Should companies be supportive of employees who want to take part in today’s climate strike?
Should companies be supportive of employees who want to take part in today’s climate strike? YES, says Amelia Womack, deputy [...]
September 20, 2019
The UK faces a bipolar economic outlook
The UK faces a bipolar economic outlook
The fact that the UK’s economic prospects appear both bipolar and nebulous is a measure of the unique period that [...]
September 20, 2019
Eintracht Frankfurt 0-3 Arsenal: Young guns paper over the cracks
Eintracht Frankfurt 0-3 Arsenal: Young guns paper over the cracks
Crisis averted – for now, at least. Following the damaging collapse at Watford on Sunday, Arsenal and Unai Emery could [...]
September 19, 2019
Nuance doesn't go viral, but attacks on journalists certainly do
Nuance doesn't go viral, but attacks on journalists certainly do
The Supreme Court hearing that has made headlines this week is a case of the most profound constitutional importance. In [...]
September 19, 2019
Bank demand leaves Thomas Cook exploring options
Bank demand leaves Thomas Cook exploring options
Thomas Cook is looking at its assets as it attempts to stave off demise, reports tonight say, after lenders demanded [...]
September 19, 2019
London's top earners are sign of 'sick economy', says Corbyn
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has taken aim at wealthy Londoners, arguing the capital’s inequality is a sign of “a sick [...]
September 19, 2019