Hot Off The Wires - 20th May 2021
House prices rose at their fastest pace in 14 years in March after the chancellor extended stamp duty relief.
JetBlue Airways is pressing ahead with plans to launch two services between London and New York this year as the travel industry urges Britain and America to loosen Covid-19 restrictions.
Britishvolt, the company that is constructing the UK’s first mass production gigafactory of batteries for electric cars, has hired the former boss of Ford of Britain to be its operations director.
Lloyds Banking Group has been asked to reverse a decision to raise fees for business customers just as they emerge from pandemic-related restrictions.
Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair on Wednesday scored its first partial victories at the EU’s second-highest court against rival airlines propped up by state aid during the pandemic.
Which came first in history: the building of Machu Picchu in Peru or the establishment of the University of Oxford?