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Investors pull fintech funding after Brexit vote
Thirty out of 250 digital companies had their funds cancelled or postponed
16 Nov 2016


Carney says politicians ‘deflect blame’ by attacking central banks
Rising inequality is driven by more fundamental factors, argues BoE governor
15 Nov 2016


Analysts surprised by fall in inflation to 0.9%
Clothing and tuition fees temper CPI but factory gate prices rise
15 Nov 2016


May demands Autumn Statement to help ‘Jams’
Downing Street fights Hammond on measures for people ‘just about managing’
16 Nov 2016


Post-Trump and Brexit, unions can heal societies
Collective bargaining can become a countervailing force once more
16 Nov 2016


 

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Revealed: temp agencies’ avoidance scheme costs taxpayers ‘hundreds of millions’
In the first of a series on the UK’s increasingly precarious world of work, a Guardian investigation uncovers the use of ‘contrived’ financial arrangements to slash national insurance bills

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15 Nov 2016


Barack Obama raises possibility of debt relief on final Greece visit
US president calls for growth strategy to put debt-stricken country on ‘durable’ path of recovery

The outgoing US president, Barack Obama, has used his final trip to Europe to call for action to put Greece on a path to “durable” economic recover…

15 Nov 2016


StubHub and Ticketmaster ‘acting like old-fashioned fences’, says MP
Ticketing firms questioned by Commons committee investigating claims touts use underhand methods to obtain tickets

StubHub and Ticketmaster have been accused of acting like “old-fashioned fences” as MPs investigate websites that allow from illeg…

15 Nov 2016


Cost of cake set to rise, says Mr Kipling maker
Premier Foods warns increase in cost of ingredients will mean price rises across board with cake impacted more than most

The cost of cake will soon be on the rise, Premier Foods, the maker of Mr Kipling and Cadbury cakes, has warned as it said th…

15 Nov 2016


UK investment in tech and transport among world’s worst, says TUC
Study will put pressure on Philip Hammond to boost spending across public and private sectors in autumn statement

Britain ranks among the worst performers in the developed world for spending on new technology, industrial machinery and transport e…

16 Nov 2016