May 17, 2022

Rude diner’s Sunday roast rage leaves waiting staff in tears

A RESTAURANT BOSS has hit out at a rude diner who made their waiting staff cry after raging about a lack of Sunday roasts available.
May 17, 2022

“Eye-watering” fraud levels in COVID loans missed by government, says watchdog

Fraud and errors related to loans from the government’s COVID-19 business support schemes will cost taxpayers at least £4.9bn, a parliamentary budget oversight group has said.
May 17, 2022

Business secretary writes to fuel giants reminding them to pass on tax cuts to motorists

Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has written to the leading petrol retailers "to remind them of their responsibilities" to pass on tax cuts to motorists.
May 17, 2022

What options does the government have to ease cost of living crisis?

The cost of living has become one of the major political focuses as bills rise and inflation soars, with households feeling the squeeze.
May 17, 2022

Virgin Media customers get £200 to spend at Argos, Amazon or Tesco – how to claim yours

VIRGIN Media is offering customers the chance to grab a £200 voucher when they sign up for certain TV and broadband bundles. Here are all the deals available right now.
May 17, 2022

Sunak refuses to rule out windfall tax on oil giants as Labour looks to force Commons vote

Rishi Sunak has refused to rule out introducing a one-off windfall tax on oil and gas producers in an attempt to cut household energy bills as Labour looks to force a Commons vote on the matter.
May 17, 2022

Senior Uber executive Heywood hails departure from rides app

The executive who became the face of Uber Technologies' series of licensing battles with London's transport authorities is leaving the ride-hailing behemoth after four years.
May 17, 2022

Senior Uber executive Heywood hails departure from rides app

The executive who became the face of Uber Technologies' series of licensing battles with London's transport authorities is leaving the ride-hailing behemoth after four years.
May 17, 2022

Wages fall sharply, investing in Andorra and Vietnam, and recycling cans

On today's Ian King Business Podcast: inflation pressures continue after a sharp fall in wages; Taavet Hinrikus talks about his start-up helping boost routine testing at home; the world's biggest maker of aluminium cans discusses recycling; we look at ...
May 17, 2022

Cancer: Four sensations in the leg could be among ‘first clues’ signalling ‘lethal’ cancer

THE ILL-DEFINED nature of cancer symptoms can significantly delay referrals, so keeping well-informed of warning signs is crucial. According to recent findings, however, up to 70 percent of cancer patients are unaware of having an increased risk of blo...
May 17, 2022

‘Ray of sunshine’ Queen wears ‘fabulous’ £5,200 gold Jubilee brooch to open Elizabeth Line

THE QUEEN stepped out this morning looking beautiful in yellow in Paddington Station to mark the opening of the new Elizabeth Line.
May 17, 2022

Drivers warned of huge driving rule changes coming this weekend – what to know

DRIVERS are being warned about huge driving law changes that will come on May 21 regarding the transport of goods in Europe.