May 3, 2022

‘Millions struggling’ Sturgeon savaged as ‘out of touch’ ahead of local elections

NICOLA Sturgeon has been slammed by Scottish Labour leader Anas Sarwar over her Government's failure to "tackle the cost of living crisis and bring our country together".
May 3, 2022

Cost of living crisis worsening as shop prices rise at fastest rate in more than a decade

Shop prices increased at their fastest rate in more than a decade last month, the British Retail Consortium (BRC) has said.
May 3, 2022

GSK’s £45bn Panadol and Sensodyne-maker Haleon in talks to hire banks

The £45bn company that will be created from the demerger of GlaxoSmithKline’s (GSK) consumer products arm is in talks to hire a roster of investment bankers in one of the year’s most prestigious City pitches.
May 3, 2022

Oil majors to reap £11.6bn unexpected wartime profits on UK fossil fuels, Greenpeace projects

A spike in oil and gas prices triggered by the Ukraine war could see energy giants enjoying unexpected, additional profits of £11.6bn this year from North Sea operations alone, new analysis predicts.
May 3, 2022

P&O ferry detained at Dover fails reinspection

The Pride of Kent, a P&O ferry, has failed its reinspection by authorities.
May 3, 2022

Brewdog to give workers 50% of bar profits and shares worth £120,000

Brewdog has announced that it will share half of its bar profits with all bar workers and give 750 members of staff shares worth £120,000.
May 3, 2022

Erectile dysfunction can signal two life-threatening conditions – ‘keep an eye’ on signs

ERECTILE dysfunction is a common insecurity among men - one in five suffer from impotence over the age of 40. In addition to the psychological toll it can take, erectile dysfunction can also signal two life-threatening conditions.
May 3, 2022

Major warning as motorhomes could be banned in popular tourist hotspots

MOTORHOMES may face stronger restrictions in the run-up to summer as councils look to combat traffic near beaches and sea fronts.
May 3, 2022

Energy suppliers face fines for raising debit debits ‘beyond what is required’

The business secretary has revealed that household energy suppliers are facing a crackdown on direct debit payment demands as customers grapple with record bills for gas and electricity.
May 3, 2022

Millions of Sky customers face shock new fee TODAY as new rule comes into force

MILLIONS of Sky users are being hit by a new charge from today as the company joins other service providers by bringing back dreaded EU data roaming.
May 3, 2022

BP’s quarterly results, buying Amazon businesses and cultural funding

Ian King and Russ Mould, Investment Director at AJ Bell discuss BP's quarterly results, which are the best in a decade.
May 3, 2022

P&O Ferries to restart cross-Channel sailings for tourists

P&O Ferries is restarting cross-Channel sailings for tourists for the first time since its controversial sacking of almost 800 workers.