December 4, 2020

Type 2 diabetes warning: The brown bread that could be raising your blood sugar levels

TYPE 2 diabetes can cause grave health problems if blood sugar levels are left to rise without regulation. Brown bread is a safe swap for white bread, which can send blood sugar levels soaring. However, you must be careful when shopping for brown bread...
December 4, 2020

Bank of England told to find out where ‘missing’ £50bn in cash is ‘stashed’

An investigation to find where around £50bn of "missing" banknotes have been "stashed" should be launched, a committee monitoring the effectiveness of public spending has said.
December 4, 2020

Daily horoscope for December 4: Your star sign reading, astrology and zodiac forecast

YOUR daily horoscope this Friday features a Trine and an Opposition - how will these affect your horoscope today?
December 3, 2020

Warner Bros to release all 2021 films online and in cinemas on same day

Warner Bros will release all of its 2021 films, including Dune and The Matrix 4, online on the same day they hit cinemas.
December 3, 2020

Hopes of post-Brexit trade deal ‘receding’ after talks hit stumbling block

The latest round of talks on a post-Brexit trade deal "did not go well", Sky News understands, with a UK source suggesting that hopes of an agreement are now "receding".
December 3, 2020

Estate agency bid frenzy grows with approach for Hunters

The takeover frenzy gripping Britain's estate agency sector is set to deepen on Friday when Hunters Property discloses that it has had a bid approach from a listed rival.
December 3, 2020

Aged two he had learned the periodic table – at 25 he’s tech’s latest billionaire

It is an exclusive club including the likes of Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Snapchat's Evan Spiegel.
December 3, 2020

Fury at SNP as Fife and Lewis in ‘industrial ruins’ after 10 years of ‘false promises’

Trade unions and opposition politicians have hit out at the Scottish government after Burntisland Fabrications went into administration. Fife and Lewis have been left with "industrial ruins" despite former SNP leader Alex Salmond promising to make the ...
December 3, 2020

Ryanair buys 75 new MAX aircraft as it sets sights on end of COVID crisis

Ryanair has ordered 75 new Boeing 737 MAX jets as the aircraft prepares for a return to the skies - and the Irish carrier sets its sights on a recovery in aviation next year.
December 3, 2020

New ‘business traveller’ exemption from quarantine announced

No countries have been added to or removed from the UK's list of travel corridors, but a new "business traveller" exemption from quarantine has been announced.
December 3, 2020

Co-op faces member disquiet over £70m business rates relief

The Co-op Group, Britain's biggest mutual, is facing disquiet from members after refusing to commit to emulating rival grocery retailers and returning tens of millions of pounds of business rates relief.
December 3, 2020

Don’t say goodbye to Zoom yet: most people want to get back to the office, but not for the full week

Zoom shares tumbled with the announcement of a vaccine - but reactive markets don't reflect people's desire to keep working from home