Friday, September 21, 2018
MPs are calling on the competition watchdog to launch an investigation into a proposed merger of the UK retail operations of energy companies SSE and Npower, warning a deal could reduce...
Theresa May has spent the last year or so learning how to put a brave face on the most calamitous events in recent British political history – some her fault, some...
We think about cost of living all the time, especially when we're looking to move from one location to another. Our perspective is, therefore, generally rather narrow. The folks at international moving company...
With Senator John McCain announcing his support for the Republican tax bill, the Senate is edging closer to passing a measure that would benefit the wealthiest Americans and is estimated to...
Donald Trump’s flagship tax reform bill could cause a severe recession, an economic historian has warned.  Professor Robert McElvaine, a leading expert on the Great Depression, said the Republicans are “sprinting towards...
The UK economy is expected to grow at a sluggish rate over the next couple of years, with economists warning that growth will remain lacklustre amid Brexit-related uncertainty. GDP is forecast to...
Michelle Gooris' selfie game is strong. The 25-year-old RyanAir pilot shares her view from the cockpit - and her jetsetting adventures on her days off - on Instagram, where she's known by...
As many as 800 million people could be forced out of employment by 2030 due to the rise of robots in the workplace, according to a new report. Consultancy group McKinsey estimate that...
The question of how far an individual should take a gesture of political protest in order to effect change becomes a burning issue in James Fritz's Parliament Square, a piece that...
The Supreme Court has decided that President Donald Trump‘s most recent travel ban that targets six Muslim-majority countries can go into full effect, handing a victory to the President even as...

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