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Hot Off The Wires - 15th April 2021


  • Chancellor Rishi Sunak and former prime minister David Cameron are set be called to give evidence to parliamentary inquiries into the Greensill Capital scandal.

  • Shares in Coinbase Global jumped by as much as 71% yesterday in a listing hailed as a breakthrough for cryptocurrencies.

  • Denmark has become the first country to stop using the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine in all age groups because of a putative link to a blood disease that the government believes to affect about one in 40,000 recipients.

  • Pubs and restaurants in England that opened on Monday sold twice as many drinks as they did before the coronavirus pandemic struck.

  • The UK’s competition watchdog has provisionally cleared the £31bn merger of Virgin Media and O2, paving the way for the creation of a ‘national champion’ to challenge BT.



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