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June 2019 articles

Safestore boosted as self-storage market resilient to economic uncertainty
Safestore boosted as self-storage market resilient to economic uncertainty
Self storage company Safestore enjoyed an earnings boost in the first half of the year as occupancy rates rose in [...]
June 18, 2019
Heathrow airport reveals third runway ‘masterplan’
Heathrow airport reveals third runway ‘masterplan’
The masterplan for Heathrow’s £14bn third runway will be revealed to the public for the first time today, alongside its [...]
June 18, 2019
Which stocks are in the dividend danger-zone?
Which stocks are in the dividend danger-zone?
Dividends are one of the perks of the stock markets. While investors can opt to take dividends as cash, reinvesting [...]
June 18, 2019
Is Angela Merkel to blame for Europe’s woes?
Is Angela Merkel to blame for Europe’s woes?
Sakrileg: the German word for sacrilege – that is, the violation or misuse of what is regarded as sacred. And [...]
June 18, 2019
Beware the rising threat  of ‘onlyness’  in the office
Beware the rising threat of ‘onlyness’ in the office
Countless times at work, I’ve thought to myself “is it just me?”, “am I invisible?”, or “surely that’s not right?”. [...]
June 18, 2019
DEBATE: Would Rory Stewart be a good Prime Minister to lead the UK through Brexit?
DEBATE: Would Rory Stewart be a good Prime Minister to lead the UK through Brexit?
Would Rory Stewart be a good Prime Minister to lead the UK through Brexit? Olivia Utley, deputy editor at TheArticle, [...]
June 18, 2019
Chuka failed – but the centre ground isn’t as empty as you’d think
Chuka failed – but the centre ground isn’t as empty as you’d think
It’s been a sad, strange journey for Chuka Umunna. Only a few short years ago, he was being touted as [...]
June 18, 2019
Small steps to giant leaps: The new space age is just beginning
Small steps to giant leaps: The new space age is just beginning
Next month marks the fiftieth anniversary of the moon landings, possibly one of the most important moments in human history. [...]
June 18, 2019
Let London take back control of its finances
Let London take back control of its finances
As many a City A.M. reader will know, London is different from the rest of the UK in a variety [...]
June 18, 2019
Justice Committee blames government failures for magistrate shortages
Justice Committee blames government failures for magistrate shortages
Failures in government planning have left England and Wales short of magistrates, according to a Justice Committee report published today. [...]
June 18, 2019