Hot Off The Wires - 20 January 2020
Brussels is alarmed by the UK’s pledge to diverge from EU rules after Brexit, with officials warning of an economically damaging split at the end of this year.
House prices have risen by 2.3% since the general election on 12 December, which suggests property prices have started to increase at a record rate.
The European Investment Bank risks wasting €29bn of EU taxpayers’ money by overinvesting in gas projects which will be unnecessary under Europe’s climate action plans, according to a report.
More than a thousand European financial firms have applied to enter Britain despite the uncertainty surrounding Brexit, data from the Financial Conduct Authority has revealed.
HSBC and Amigo Loans are under fire for failed checks on alleged fraudulent loans believed to be worth millions of pounds, in the light of a South London church scandal.
What flower is the symbol of the sun and the symbol of Japan?