September 9, 2021

10 details about the Government’s new social care reform plan you might have missed

The Prime Minister's announcement will affect people in ways they may not have realised
September 9, 2021

Lorry shortage crisis, Spire Healthcare profits and Lloyd’s of London back in the black

Ian King speaks to the chief executive of the Road Haulage Association about how lorry shortages are creating severe supply issues ahead of Christmas. Plus, hear from the chief executive of the UK's second largest private provider - Spire Healthcare - ...
September 9, 2021

Three mobile operators now plan return to charges for EU roaming

UK mobile operator Three has revealed plans to bring back roaming charges for new and upgrading customers when they travel in the EU, following similar moves by rivals Vodafone and EE.
September 9, 2021

Did Geronimo the alpaca have TB? Owner in dispute with Defra following initial post-mortem

Lawyers claim Geronimo the alpaca did not have TB following initial post-mortem results.
September 9, 2021

Terrified ten-year-old boy with severe autism brutally attacked by police officer

The disgraced former officer then pointed at another child and said: "You’re next"
September 9, 2021

1.6million still on furlough as scheme ends in three weeks

The over-65s are now the most likely to be on furlough, with 8% of those eligible in the age group still on the scheme
September 9, 2021

Costa recruiting 2,000 staff and everyone gets a 5% pay rise

The company said the average store employee, working between 20 and 40 hours a week, will see their annual take-home pay go up by between £500 and £900
September 9, 2021

Davidson Kempner takes stake in ‘buy now pay later’ provider DivideBuy

DivideBuy, a ‘buy now pay later’ (BNPL) provider, has struck a £300m deal with a prominent hedge fund that it hopes will help it to capture a greater slice of the fast-growing instant credit market.
September 9, 2021

EasyJet shares take a pounding as it reveals rejected takeover bid and £1.2bn cash call

EasyJet has revealed that it rejected an unsolicited takeover approach while again moving to shore up its finances as it looks to recover from coronavirus disruption.
September 9, 2021

888 pays £2.2bn for William Hill’s non-US assets including UK betting shops

William Hill's American owner has revealed that online gambling operator 888 has agreed to pay £2.2bn to buy the brand's non-US business, including its 1,400+ UK betting shops.
September 9, 2021

Morrisons warns of price rises ahead as half-year profits fall 43%

Morrisons has warned it expects "industry-wide" price rises ahead while reporting half-year results showing a 43% slump in profits.
September 8, 2021

Staff shortages and supply disruption threaten to derail recovery – BCC

Britain's economic recovery is expected to slow over coming months thanks to staff shortages and supply chain disruption, according to a new forecast from a leading business group.