Pounds and ounces are set to return to shops and market stalls across the UK in a symbolic post-Brexit victory for the Government as it sets about cutting EU directives.
Energy bills will soar by hundreds of pounds within weeks after dozens of cash-strapped suppliers withdrew their cheapest deals from the market because of soaring wholesale prices.
Recruitment challenges are spreading through the economy with two fifths of companies reporting difficulty securing workers, according to a report by the Office for National Statistics.
JP Morgan Chase is aiming to become one of the biggest lenders in Britain through the launch of a new digital bank next week.
The United Arab Emirates plans to invest £10 billion in Britain over the next five years, targeting sectors including clean energy, infrastructure, technology and life sciences.
PwC has revealed that fewer than a fifth of its staff come from a working-class background — and they are typically paid 12 per cent less than colleagues.
Employers are facing a punitive £1 billion spike in business rates next year as a result of soaring inflation caused largely by distortions during the pandemic.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has today announced fines totalling £495,000 to well-known companies that between them sent more than 354 million nuisance messages.
Employers added a record 241,000 staff to their payrolls last month, taking the total number to 29.1 million, above the level recorded in February 2020 just before the country went into the first Covid-19 lockdown.