September 2, 2022

Bus fares in England to be capped at £2 between January and March

Bus journeys in England will be capped at £2 between January and March next year to help people deal with the rising cost of living.
September 2, 2022

Whitehall extends national security probe into Truphone deal

The government has extended a national security probe into the fire-sale of a leading British mobile phone technology provider whose owners include Roman Abramovich.
September 2, 2022

Waitrose accused of blocking rivals from opening stores

Waitrose has admitted to blocking rivals from opening supermarkets in close locations for close to a decade, according to the market watchdog.
September 2, 2022

Russia scraps plans to reopen major gas pipeline – deepening Europe’s difficulty in securing winter fuel

Russia has scrapped plans to reopen a major pipeline that sends natural gas to Europe.
September 2, 2022

UK, US and rest of G7 agree price cap on Russian oil to choke Putin’s war machine

G7 finance ministers have agreed to impose a price cap on Russian oil exports in an effort to limit funding for President Putin's war in Ukraine.
September 2, 2022

Going nuclear, slowing footfall, Surrey whisky

Today, Ian's catching up with the Nuclear Industry Association after Boris Johnson's backing for a new power station at Sizewell.
September 2, 2022

Zahawi prepares multibillion-pound tax cuts for businesses weathering energy crisis

The chancellor is preparing a multibillion-pound package of tax cuts to help businesses struggling with soaring energy costs.
September 2, 2022

OnlyFans profits explode as users flock to porn platform

The British adult subscription platform OnlyFans has had a huge jump in revenues this year, raking in more than £805m as users flocked to the site for its amateur pornographic content.