Wednesday 08 April, 2020
Edition: English (UK)
Times Publications
Category Archives: UK TRADE AND BUISNESS

Keir Starmer has won the Labour leadership contest and will replace Jeremy Corbyn as the leader of the Labour Party. The Shadow Brexit Secretary won the race in the first round of voting with 56% of the vote against Shadow Business Secretary...

    Another 684 people have died in the UK after contracting coronavirus – bringing the total number of deaths to 3,605. The number of deaths, tallied in the 24 hours up to 5pm on Thursday, marks the largest increase so far, with the...

Many of Britain’s biggest insurers are pulling down the shutters to new travel insurance customers, with Aviva, Direct Line and Churchill the latest to stop selling policies as a result of the coronavirus outbreak. Responding to the moves,...

Britain’s new finance minister Rishi Sunak will pledge billions of pounds to fight the impact of coronavirus on Wednesday, and the Bank of England might add its firepower to the attempt to stave off the risk of a new recession. By Reuters...

Airline Flybe is set to collapse within hours, putting 2,000 jobs at risk after a bid for fresh financial support failed, the BBC has learned. The struggling carrier narrowly avoided going bust in January. Exeter-based Flybe said the impact...

The UK’s biggest supermarket chain-store Tesco has been told to stop illegally blocking rival supermarkets from buying its land or leasing nearby sites by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). An investigation from the competition...

The Post Office is to pay almost £58m to settle a long-running dispute with sub-postmasters and postmistresses. Report from BBC news today It brings an end to a mammoth series of court cases over the IT system used to manage local post...

As Britain’s “Brexit election” campaign swings into action, it may not be the country’s exit from the European Union which takes centre stage but another national obsession – the health service. Says on Reuters report today Prime...

Attracting and retaining talent is top policy priority for capital’s firms Over four fifths (81%) of respondents believe the capital remains attractive for UK business leaders, according to the latest CBI London Business Survey. But...

May Zhao, Letter from London Back to 54 days ago, Boris Johnson become a UK prime minister, his numerologist figures are very interesting: 11, 33, 55,...