The UK government will invest £100m in Britishvolt as the car battery manufacturing startup seeks to build Britain’s first large-scale “gigafactory” in the north-east of England.
Bankers and accountants are among those being summoned back to their offices after the government scrapped its work-from-home guidance in England with immediate effect.
Peloton Interactive lost more than 25 per cent of its value on Wall Street at one point last night after the exercise bike maker said that it was temporarily pausing production of its connected fitness products as demand wanes and it looks to control costs.
Amazon’s first clothing store will use artificial intelligence to understand a customer’s preferences and recommend a suitable outfit.
It is a craft that many associate with medieval times but, since the start of the pandemic, blacksmithing has made a comeback among young people.
Civil servants were told to get back to their offices to set an example as work from home guidance was dropped yesterday.
Universities will be told that they “require improvement” in an Ofsted-style ranking if they do not tackle high drop-out rates, the student watchdog will say today.
Boris Johnson has declared the end of coronavirus restrictions today as officials step up plans for post-pandemic Britain.
Social media stars including Jodie Marsh and five ex-Love Islanders including Francesca Allen are to be subjected to a name and shame Instagram campaign by the UK’s advertising watchdog for continuing to flout social media marketing rules.