For years, those on the left in Britain have been arguing that the government should be more aggressive in its use of state aid to revitalise those parts of the
Today it is announcing further downsizing across the business, with a planned reduction of 1,150 jobs across all functions. Working closely with unions Unite and BALPA, a company-wide consultation period
Britain loves a bargain – even, as it turns out, during a global health emergency. Dismissed as a gimmick at first, the government’s eat out to help out scheme has
Britain’s economy will be officially declared in recession this week for the first time since the 2008 financial crisis, as the coronavirus outbreak plunges the country into the deepest slump
The Bank of England has said Britain’s economy is recovering more quickly than initially feared from the coronavirus pandemic as consumer spending rises, despite warning of significant risks to jobs
Moreover, the economy may be performing slightly better than what we’re seeing here. The PMIs have so far underestimated the scale of the rebound when compared to the official data.
Hungary’s prime minister, Viktor Orbán, accused his Dutch counterpart of using the same methods as his country’s former communist leaders on Sunday, as EU leaders publicly clashed during tense and
Rolling coverage of the latest financial news, as investors await the Fed’s first economic forecasts since the pandemic took hold ‘It’s not capitalism’: why are global financial markets zooming up?
Britain’s manufacturers are poised to make tens of thousands of workers redundant after a worse-than-expected slump in orders, prompted by the pandemic that has left many firms struggling to survive.