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EE customers were struck speechless today as the mobile provider suffered an outage leaving users unable to make and receive calls. Read more: Natwest online outage leaves customers unable to access accounts Voice calls over 4G were not working for thousands of customers this morning, though an EE spokesperson said most users should have seen [...]
A man has been charged with common assault after Brexit party leader Nigel Farage was left covered in milkshake in Newcastle city centre yesterday. Read more: Farage's Brexit party unveils European election candidates Staff quickly hurried Farage away from the scene after he was hit with the milkshake while out and about attempting to garner [...]
Thomas Cook’s shares shot up in early trading today, but not enough to offset a huge stock market slump over the last week. Read more: Thomas Cook reassures customers as shares continue to crash The struggling travel agent’s share price rose 16 per cent this morning to 11.9p after falling to under 10p yesterday. However, [...]
Tesco Bank has thrown in the towel on mortgages, ceasing all new lending as it attempts to sell of its existing ledger book. Read more: How London house prices in every borough have performed in 2019 Currently the bank has 23,000 mortgage customers who it has lent £3.7bn, a portfolio it is now exploring the [...]
Work messaging app Slack expects to net $196.5m when it goes public on the New York Stock Exchange in the next few weeks. Read more: Slack files for IPO: Everything you need to know The collaboration firm, which changed its stock ticker from ‘SK’ to ‘WORK’ yesterday, will float nearly 117m shares on the stock [...]
The boss of WH Smith is set to step down later this year after 15 years with the British retailer. Stephen Clarke will leave the role of chief executive at the end of October to be replaced by Carl Cowling, the managing director of the firm’s high street business, at the start of November. Read [...]
Environmental protesters have blockaded BP’s central London headquarters this morning as they claim “this is a climate emergency”. Read more: Extinction Rebellion founder wants to upend the UK's financial sector Greenpeace activists have set up five steel containers outside all entrances to BP’s offices in St James's Square, W1. On Twitter, the group said: “Volunteers have [...]
Swedish prosecutors today filed a request for an arrest warrant for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. Read more: Sweden reopens rape case against Wikileaks' Julian Assange Assange is wanted in connection to a rape allegation first made against him in 2010. Sweden reopened the investigation last week after closing its file as Assange spent seven years [...]
Thomas Cook’s shares collapsed for the second day running today after a broker downgraded the struggling company the day after it revealed a £1.45bn loss. Read more: Thomas Cook shares crash as it suffers 'grim' £1.45bn loss The embattled travel agent’s share price plummeted 40 per cent to new lows of 11.8p this afternoon after issuing [...]
Labour has pulled out of cross-party Brexit talks with the Conservatives, with leader Jeremy Corbyn saying the discussions have “gone as far as they can”. Read more: Tory-Labour Brexit deals set to collapse without a deal He added that “we have been unable to bridge important policy gaps between us” in a letter addressed to [...]
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