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UK airports have declared a funding emergency amid the continuing coronavirus pandemic, warning that 110,000 jobs are at risk from a collapse in global travel.
Tradition dictates that there is always hyperbole when, at the end of a long EU summit, a last-ditch deal is agreed in the early hours…
Just 51 of the top 1,097 workplace roles in the UK are held by black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) people, data shared exclusively with…
Uber's five-year battle against giving its drivers basic employment protections, including minimum wage and holiday pay, has reached the Supreme Court.
Professional networking site LinkedIn is to cut 960 jobs as the coronavirus hits demand for its recruitment products.
British cybersecurity company Darktrace is preparing to pick banks to spearhead a blockbuster flotation that could become a rare bright spot in a moribund London…
If your memory stretches back far enough you might recall the rows over public sector pay in the final years of the New Labour era.
Britain's shoppers are spending millions more on tea, coffee and biscuits with the cost of working from home starting to add up, according to latest…
Government borrowing for April-June was more than double that for the whole of the previous fiscal year thanks to the "unprecedented impact" of the COVID-19…
Home extensions of up to two storeys are set to benefit from a new fast-track planning process.

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