February 12, 2021

The wedding industry is in peril. Now, businesses want the government to vow that they’ll help

The government is facing pressure to include the wedding industry in the roadmap out of current COVID-19 restrictions.
February 12, 2021

Amsterdam ousts London as Europe’s top share hub, taking trading back to where it all began

Brexit has seen a sudden shift in euro-denominated trading across the English Channel.
February 12, 2021

Made.com wants to become part of stock market furniture

Made.com, the online furniture retailer backed by one of Britain’s most prominent internet entrepreneurs, is exploring plans for a stock market flotation that would value it at well over £500m.
February 12, 2021

Nigerian communities allowed to sue Shell over oil spills after years-long fight

A group of tens of thousands of Nigerian farmers and fishermen will be allowed to sue oil giant Shell in English courts after years of oil spills in the Niger Delta.
February 12, 2021

Lastminute.com given final warning after holiday refund deadline expires

Lastminute.com has been given a further week to meet its agreed timetable for refunds to package holiday customers during the coronavirus crisis.
February 12, 2021

Livi to raise €200m as COVID triggers digital health boom

One of Europe’s largest digital doctor apps is in talks to raise another €200m (£176m) from investors as the coronavirus pandemic accelerates demand for remote healthcare services.
February 12, 2021

O2 fined £10.5m for overcharging customers over eight years

The telecoms regulator has fined mobile operator O2 £10.5m for overcharging customers over an eight-year period.
February 12, 2021

COVID hit to economy is shocking but bounce back should be quick

The worst GDP since the invention of GDP.
February 12, 2021

Sturgeon told to dump ‘daft’ quarantine rules after proposing police on English border

Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to abandon tough quarantine plans that could see people travelling from England to Scotland grilled by police. The First Minister yesterday said officers could be asked to help enforce her harsher Covid regime at the Engl...
February 12, 2021

Baking soda benefits: Five surprising ways baking soda can improve your health at home

BAKING SODA has been claimed to have numerous health benefits, and may be used to boost your digestion or even get rid of bad breath. But aside from cooking cakes and other treats, what are the benefits to baking soda? These are the five surprising way...
February 12, 2021

Economy suffers deepest annual slump since 1709

The coronavirus crisis meant the UK economy endured its deepest annual slump since the Great Frost in 1709 last year, according to official figures.
February 12, 2021

Goodbye to a symbol of luxury: Learjet production to end later this year

Bombardier will stop making the Learjet later this year to focus on more profitable planes.