Hot Off The Wires - 22 November 2019
Jeremy Corbyn’s new manifesto unveiled plans to raise taxes and unleash a huge public spending drive, sparking fears that it would push the UK back to 1970s state intervention.
The Conservatives have unveiled plans for a 3% stamp duty surcharge for non-UK tax residents in an election pledge that effectively blames foreign purchasers for inflating property prices.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development has lifted its expectations for the UK's growth rate from 1% to 1.2% this year despite an increasingly gloomy global backdrop.
Government borrowing has increased to its highest October level in five years.
Ocado has been given the green light by the competition watchdog to stop calling itself a grocer after it sold half of its online retail business to Marks & Spencer.
Which company currently holds the record for the most complications built into a single watch?