Hot Off The Wires - 2nd December 2020
Debenhams is on course to be liquidated in the new year with the probable loss of more than 12,000 jobs, compounding the crisis on the UK high street.
Boris Johnson suffered a big Conservative rebellion on Tuesday night, as MPs grudgingly voted to put in place the prime minister’s “tiered” system of Covid-19 restrictions in England from Wednesday morning.
The outgoing chief executive of Lloyds Banking Group, António Horta-Osório, will walk straight into a new job as chairman of Credit Suisse.
Thousands of electric scooters are set to fill the streets of 16 cities across the UK including Birmingham, Liverpool and Cambridge after Swedish scooter rental business Voi raised $160m in new funding.
Growth in house prices accelerated last month to its highest rate in almost six years, Britain’s biggest building society said yesterday, but market activity is at risk of slowing sharply.
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