Friday, May 25, 2018

Rail lines axed by Beeching in the 1960s could be reopened

The Government is planning to reopen railway lines that were closed in the 1960s as part of the Beeching cuts and to split up...

Uber’s bid to appeal driver case to UK Supreme Court rejected

Uber’s request to appeal a workers’ rights decision to the UK Supreme Court was rejected, according to drivers’ union Independent Workers Union of...

A third of Americans think the media is the ‘enemy of the people’ following...

Almost a third of Americans support Donald Trump’s belief that the media is an “enemy of the American people” and favour government restrictions...

Would Donald Trump’s tax plan really help ordinary working Americans and boost US growth?

“Massive tax cuts for working families across...

Five things to look out for in the US economy now the Senate has...

Let’s focus on the US, or rather the economic and financial issues there, rather than the political soap opera. This week the markets...

More than 700 fewer nurses training in England in first year after NHS bursary...

Seven hundred fewer nurses started training in England in 2017, the first year since the Government scrapped training bursaries in a bid to allow...

Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation sparks ‘paranoia’ in White House: ‘Everyone thinks they’re being recorded’

Anxious White House staffers reportedly fear they are being recorded as an investigation edges deeper into Donald Trump’s inner circle. “Everyone is paranoid,” a...

Cristiano Ronaldo invests in Portuguese hotel chain in a bid to go global

Portuguese football star Cristiano Ronaldo has teamed up with his country’s top hotel chain, Pestana, in a joint venture that his partner hopes...

Jeremy Corbyn tells Morgan Stanley it is ‘right to see me as a threat’

Jeremy Corbyn has told investment bank Morgan Stanley that it is right to regard him as a threat. Earlier this week, the US bank released...

EU court backs British worker’s claim for 13 years of holiday pay in ‘bombshell’...

The EU’s top court has backed a British window salesman in a bombshell ruling over unpaid holiday during 13 years of employment. The...

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