Hot Off The Wires - 26th April 2021
The economy is on track for a ‘roaring’ recovery in the second quarter of the year as card spending, movement in city centres and restaurant bookings all take off.
Vaccine makers have warned US officials that temporarily scrapping patents for Covid-19 shots would risk handing novel technology to China and Russia.
Boris Johnson is being pressed by Brussels to align the UK’s food standards rules to those of the European Union in return for easing checks between Britain and Northern Ireland.
The European Union will climb down and agree a post-Brexit deal on financial services because the bloc ‘needs London’, PwC has predicted.
The UK overtook France to become Europe’s second largest electric car market in the first quarter of the year, amid rising demand for cars with zero exhaust emissions.
Before opting for a track-based system, what was the original medium of transport suggested for the London underground?