Hot Off The Wires - 25th May 2021
Fitness classes have recorded a sharp rise in sales as British consumers return to the gym after lockdown; ClassPass, a company that provides access to fitness classes across the UK, recorded a 600% week-on-week increase in the number of new members in the past week.
Royal Mail is poised for a red-letter day with a return to London’s blue-chip index this week.
The government has provided funding for Sizewell C, Britain’s planned new nuclear power station, to develop ‘direct air capture’ that removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Britain is set to install more than 3,500 new car chargers in an effort to end the 'range anxiety' that puts people off switching to electric vehicles.
China has signalled a crackdown on ‘excessive speculation’ that is pushing up the price of raw materials including iron ore and copper, amid mounting concerns over rapid growth in inflation.
When the first underground railway opened in London, which war was still being fought elsewhere?