July 12, 2022

‘We cannot afford to get stuck in limbo’: Business leaders call for Tory leadership hopefuls to prioritise economic growth

Economic growth cannot be put on hold for two months while the leadership contest plays out - that's the warning from the director-general of the CBI.
July 12, 2022

Twitter sues Musk accusing him of ‘trashing company’ after he pulled out of $44bn deal

Twitter has filed a lawsuit against Elon Musk after the billionaire said he was pulling out of a $44bn (£36.5bn) deal to take over the company.
July 12, 2022

Ex-Nationwide chair Roberts in frame to head Bank of England Court

David Roberts, the former Nationwide chairman, has emerged as a leading candidate to head the Bank of England's oversight board - a crucial role as it battles to combat the runaway inflation that threatens to tip Britain into recession.
July 12, 2022

Network Rail makes offer to rail workers but union calls it a ‘real-terms pay cut’

Network Rail has made a new offer to workers following three days of strike action last month, but it does not appear to have been welcomed by the Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers' union (RMT).
July 12, 2022

Camilla stuns in £179 ‘magnificent’ dress for surprise birthday outing in London club

CAMILLA, DUCHESS OF CORNWALL stunned for her birthday celebrations today in London in a Bombshell dress.
July 12, 2022

Samsung has a new Android rival and there’s Nothing else quite like it

THERE'S a brand new Android device on sale from today with fledging tech brand Nothing finally revealing its new Phone .
July 12, 2022

Prince Harry uses ‘power pose’ when interviewing people – could try to be ‘less confident’

PRINCE HARRY has interviewed two individuals for a short film about developing mental fitness practices. What was his body language like?
July 12, 2022

Heathrow telling airlines to stop selling summer tickets is ‘ridiculous’, says global airlines chief

Heathrow Airport has been accused of trying to maximise profits during a difficult travel period at the expense of airlines.
July 12, 2022

‘Incredible!’ Queen Elizabeth dons floral dress for first public investiture in two years

QUEEN ELIZABETH wore a nice floral dress in Windsor Castle today to present the George Cross to the Chief Executive of NHS England.
July 12, 2022

The retail outlook appears gloomy but, as PepsiCo shows, there’s more to it than that

The widely-accepted narrative around consumer spending right now is that it is under pressure both in the United States and Europe.
July 12, 2022

Some places in England and Wales are harder hit by the cost of living crisis than others

The cost of living is increasing faster in Burnley than any other urban area in England and Wales, according to new research from policy institute Centre for Cities.
July 12, 2022

Lego halts commercial operations in Russia indefinitely due to ‘extensive disruption’

Lego is stopping its commercial operations in Russia, having paused shipments to the country back in March.