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British car production rose by nearly a third in the first half of 2021 from last year's slump, but remained down on the five-year average as the sector warned that COVID-19 continued to cause staffing and supply problems. While factories were forced to close as the pandemic hit Britain in March last year, they have operated in 2021 with protective measures in place, although a lack of semiconductor chips has hit volumes. Output increased by an annual 31% in the first six months of the year to 498,923 vehicles, helped by a 22% increase in June, industry body the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) said, while noting the impact of chip supply problems.
Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby told The Associated Press that ESPN is pushing other conferences to pick apart the league so Texas and Oklahoma can move to the Southeastern Conference without paying a massive buyout. “I have absolute certainty they (ESPN) have been involved in manipulating other conferences to go after our members,” Bowlsby said Wednesday in a phone interview. The Big 12 has sent a cease-and-desist letter to ESPN.
Fire Department of New York A New York City celebrity sommelier has been arrested after allegedly setting several outdoor dining structures ablaze on at least three occasions this year.Caleb Ganzer, 35, has been charged with a slew of crimes, including third-degree arson, third-degree criminal mischief, and second-degree reckless endangerment for setting fires all within a ten-block radius of lower Manhattan in January, June, and July, the New York City Fire Department told The Daily Beast. All
(Bloomberg) -- Ford Motor Co. overcame a critical parts shortage and managed to post a surprise profit in the second quarter, thanks to surging prices on models that have become harder to find on dealer lots.The automaker on Wednesday also raised its full-year forecast for adjusted earnings to a range of $9 billion to $10 billion before interest and taxes. That’s an increase of about $3.5 billion from its previous projection and at least triple what it made last year. The Dearborn, Michigan-base
A rep for Bob Odenkirk has confirmed to Deadline that the 58-year-old Better Call Saul star is in stable condition after suffering what was termed as a “heart related incident” on the show’s New Mexico set. “We can confirm Bob is in stable condition after experiencing a heart related incident,” said the statement. “He and […]
Lloyd's of London plans to develop insurance products for electric vehicles and hydrogen as part of its efforts to fight climate change, the specialist insurance market said on Thursday. Lloyd's published a climate action road map to speed the move to a net zero world through its leadership of an insurance task force launched last month with Britain's Prince Charles' Sustainable Markets Initiative (SMI). "There is an ever-more pressing need for a coordinated global effort across industries to effect the monumental transformation needed to address the climate challenge," Bruce Carnegie-Brown, chair of Lloyd's and of the SMI Insurance Task Force said in a statement.
Recent decades in Britain have been warmer, wetter and sunnier than in the last century, with last year the third warmest on record, a report by climate scientists said on Thursday. The report points to how Britain's climate is already changing as experts warn that extreme weather events, such as floods, heatwaves and droughts, will increase across the world due to the effects of global warming. "Average temperatures for the UK continue to climb, with nearly a degree of warming when comparing the most recent 30 years with the preceding 30-year period," said Mike Kenson, lead author and senior climate scientist at the Met Office.
Britain's government should take on hundreds of billions of pounds of hard-to-sell bonds held by the Bank of England to reduce the risk of the BoE's independence being questioned when the time comes to raise interest rates, a think-tank said. The BoE is nearing the completion of its 875 billion-pound ($1.21 trillion) programme of British government bond purchases, the centrepiece of its COVID-19 stimulus programme. With borrowing costs at rock-bottom lows, the BoE makes profits from its gilt portfolio which flow back to the government.
Bob Odenkirk, who collapsed on Tuesday on the New Mexico set of “Better Call Saul,” is in stable condition, according to his representatives. On Wednesday afternoon, they issued this statement: “We can confirm Bob is in stable condition after experiencing a heart related incident. He and his family would like to express gratitude for the […]
Gawker, the digital brand whose gimlet-eyed but often caustic tone won it many fans but plenty of enemies, has been brought back to life by Bustle Digital Group. Leah Finnegan, who was a staffer at the original Gawker, is the editor-in-chief of the new version. It joins a portfolio of brands including Bustle, Nylon and […]
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European football clubs’ revenue declines by £3.4bn over pandemicCombined revenue falls to £22bn, according to DeloitteBundesliga overtakes La Liga as second most lucrative league The Premier League’s revenue fell by 13%, but Manchester United still found £73m to spend on Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund. Photograph: Leon Kuegeler/AFP/Getty Images
GP clinics at ‘breaking point’ and recovery plan is essential Government must ramp up staff recruitment as job was ‘undoable’ even before Covid, says GP body Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage The Royal College of GPs is calling on the government to introduce a rescue package to shore up clinics after the pandemic. Photograph: Stephen Barnes/Medical/Alamy
Extreme weather will be the norm and UK is not prepared, report warnsLast year was first to be in top 10 for heat, rain and sunshine, as scientists say UK’s mild climate is at an end Central London on Wednesday 28 July 2021. Unfortunately as Britain becomes warmer it will also become wetter because of greenhouse gases trapping moisture in the atmosphere. Photograph: Matthew Chattle/Rex/Shutterstock