February 25, 2021

Business

UK redundancy rates during the coronavirus pandemic have increased faster than during the 2008-09 economic downturn, according to the Office for National Statistics.

Some 2.3 million people have not received money back for flights that they could not take during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new estimate.

NatWest has reported a £351m loss for the year, also announcing it will exit the Republic of Ireland.

NatWest has reported a £351m loss for the year -while also announcing it will exit the Republic of Ireland.

Public sector net borrowing was £8.8bn last month - the first January deficit since 2011.

Public sector net borrowing was £8.8bn last month - the first January deficit since 2011.

The humble baguette will battle against Paris rooftops and a wine festival to join the UNESCO listing of cultural treasures.

The chief executive of Robinhood has dismissed suggestions the zero-commission trading platform tried to stop its own users profiting at the expense of hedge funds during the GameStop saga.

One of the housebuilders which became indirectly owned by British taxpayers after the 2008 banking crisis is preparing for a sale or stock market listing valuing it at more than £700m.

Facebook has blocked Australians from accessing and sharing news in a fight over internet platforms paying media organisations for content.

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