November 24, 2022

‘You will have blood on your hands!’ Warnings as Elon Musk announces amnesty for suspended Twitter accounts

Elon Musk has announced he will grant "amnesty" for suspended Twitter accounts - prompting experts to predict a rise in harassment, hate speech and misinformation.
November 24, 2022

Saudi Arabia wants its investors to own Manchester United and Liverpool

Saudi Arabia says it wants its investors to take over Manchester United and Liverpool – and hopes Cristiano Ronaldo comes to play in its domestic league.
November 24, 2022

‘Deal to be done’ with rail unions, says transport sec, following ‘constructive’ meeting

Transport Secretary Mark Harper has said "there is a deal to be done" with the rail unions to bring planned industrial action to an end following a "constructive" meeting with RMT leader Mick Lynch.
November 24, 2022

Questions raised over PPE contract linked to Tory peer Baroness Mone

The government is under pressure to release records relating to a multi-million pound PPE contract linked to Tory peer Baroness Mone.
November 24, 2022

Standard Chartered kicks off hunt to replace veteran CFO Halford

Standard Chartered, the FTSE-100 bank, has kicked off a search for a successor to its veteran finance chief.
November 24, 2022

The Taylor Swift tour Ticketmaster chaos explained

When Taylor Swift announced what will be her first tour in five years, demand for tickets was always going to be high.
November 24, 2022

Royal Mail head urges striking union to ‘think carefully about members’ jobs and saving Christmas’

The boss of Royal Mail has said he is happy to meet striking union leaders but warned them to "think carefully about their members' jobs and saving Christmas".
November 24, 2022

Strike action escalates, tech-innovation in sport and how theme bars are moving into F1

As strikes hit schools, universities and among postal staff, Royal Mail’s chief executive Simon Thompson joins Ian to discuss the latest on negotiations with the Communication Workers Union.
November 24, 2022

No-fault evictions driving up homelessness rates in the north of England

Exclusive analysis by Sky News shows that the number of households requiring council support for homelessness as a result of a no-fault eviction has increased by more than 50% across the north of England over the last three years.
November 24, 2022

Royal Mail strikes: How they will affect your letters and parcels and what services are open

Royal Mail staff are taking strike action in a long-running dispute over pay and the company's modernisation plans.
November 24, 2022

Hand luggage liquid and laptop restrictions on planes could be scrapped

Security restrictions on liquids and laptops in airport hand luggage could be removed in the UK, due to the rollout of new high-tech 3D scanners.
November 24, 2022

Pound reaches high not seen since mid-August

A pound could buy $1.21 on Thursday morning, the highest amount since mid-August, making imports cheaper for UK companies and consumers.