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PwC sued by worker over 'pub golf' head injury

Mon, 08/22/2022 - 19:43
An auditor at one of the UK's largest accountancy firms claims a drinking game left him injured.

What is the energy price cap and how high will bills go?

Mon, 08/22/2022 - 18:29
A typical household bill is now predicted to reach more than £4,500 in January.

British Airways to cut 10,000 Heathrow flights

Mon, 08/22/2022 - 17:10
The cancellations are aimed at minimising disruption to flights over the winter.

UK inflation could hit 18% next year on rising energy bills, bank warns

Mon, 08/22/2022 - 15:21
Citi forecasts that without government support typical energy bills could hit £3,717 in October.

PlayStation sued for £5bn in the UK over ‘rip-off’ games

Mon, 08/22/2022 - 13:20
The gaming firm is accused of using its market dominance to impose extra charges and drive up prices.

Energy bills: Customers can't carry cost of Ukraine war, boss says

Mon, 08/22/2022 - 11:59
The government must stop bills being pushed up by the Ukraine war, the boss of Octopus Energy says.

Sizewell C: Boris Johnson backs Suffolk nuclear power plant funding

Mon, 08/22/2022 - 09:07
The Sizewell C plant is expected to cost £20bn and could provide the UK with 7% of its electricity.

Cineworld confirms it is considering bankruptcy

Mon, 08/22/2022 - 08:43
The cinema chain, which also owns Picturehouse, claims it has struggled with poor ticket sales.

Iconic Shanghai sights go dark as drought hits power supply

Mon, 08/22/2022 - 08:34
Power cuts elsewhere in China have also hit major manufacturers of cars and smartphones.

Felixstowe: Strike continues at UK's biggest container port

Mon, 08/22/2022 - 08:21
A second day of strike action is under way at the Port of Felixstowe as workers want increased pay offer.

China cuts lending rates as property market struggles

Mon, 08/22/2022 - 06:42
The country's central bank lowered the five-year mortgage rate by 1.5 percentage points on Monday.

Tory leadership: Rishi Sunak criticises Liz Truss' economic plans

Mon, 08/22/2022 - 02:58
The ex-chancellor says his rival will make inflation worse by increasing borrowing to dangerous levels.

Can a sleepy Japanese town become Asia's Silicon Valley?

Mon, 08/22/2022 - 00:02
A school for tech entrepreneurs will open its doors in April 2023 in the Tokushima town of Kamiyama.

Do new school uniform rules save parents money?

Mon, 08/22/2022 - 00:01
Schools now have to take unnecessary logos off uniforms, but so far not all parents are benefitting.

Plans to cut energy bills if peak-time use avoided

Sun, 08/21/2022 - 20:28
How homes can get discounts if they use less electricity at peak times are close to being announced.

Port of Felixstowe strike will cost us a stack of money - haulier

Sun, 08/21/2022 - 07:15
Companies talk of how they expect the eight-day strike at the Port of Felixstowe to affect them.

Felixstowe: Strike set to begin at UK's biggest container port

Sun, 08/21/2022 - 01:37
Workers at Felixstowe, which handles half the country's container cargo, will walk out for eight days.

Over-50s turn to house-shares to beat rising rents

Sun, 08/21/2022 - 00:36
One flat-sharing website says it has seen a 239% increase in older people seeking shared accommodation.

Is there a green solution to the vinyl record backlog?

Sun, 08/21/2022 - 00:10
Green Vinyl Records is taking the vinyl out of vinyl to offer more environmentally-friendly LPs.

Greece promotes smaller islands but locals are unconvinced

Sun, 08/21/2022 - 00:00
Greece promotes its lesser-known holiday destinations, but do locals embrace the trend?