The majority of over-50s believe the UK government should be doing more to address the climate crisis, even if it leads to higher prices, a study has found.
A survey of 1,000 people has found over two-thirds of employees admitted their personal phone does have an impact on their attention span, distracting them from work.
Retailers have blamed rising shipping, freight and raw material costs for big increases in the prices of garden furniture over the past two years.
Thousands of British businesses from across the country will be offered carbon reduction workshops and practical net zero advice until the end of COP26 in November.
The number of house and flat sales fell by nearly two-thirds last month after buyers accelerated their purchases in June to beat the end of the full stamp duty holiday, official figures showed.
Younger readers buying online subscriptions to newspapers and magazines have helped boost digital publishing sales.
Whilst the Covid-19 pandemic led to a significant increase in UK consumers utilising digital banking – now estimated to stand at 73 per cent of the population – the majority of the UK’s digital banks failed to convert this into increased customer loyalty.
UK challenger brand Ordo is continuing its bid to disrupt the oral care sector, having launched this July into Sainsbury’s with a point-of-display that’s looking to bring more beauty to the dental aisle, grouping its range alongside a sleek out-of-box unit.
Researchers from the University of Birmingham have confirmed the speed, accuracy and simplicity of a novel, highly sensitive testing method for COVID-19 that can be deployed at entertainment venues, airport arrival terminals, and in remote settings where clinical testing laboratories are not available.