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  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Quotas needed to close Britain's workplace gender gap: charity

    Britain should implement workplace gender quotas, an equality charity said on Monday, as it published research showing women hold fewer than 45 percent of top jobs in the country. The Fawcett Society study found women were under-represented across major institutions and industries including the government, judiciary, media and business. It said it was calling for workplace quotas and for all jobs to be made more flexible to redress the imbalance, which persists despite laws against gender discrimination.

  • Premier League players net £2.5bn in wages - Deloitte report
    Sky News5 days ago

    Premier League players net £2.5bn in wages - Deloitte report

    Premier League footballers took home £2.5bn in wages for the first time last season, though pay growth was at its weakest for 20 years when compared with surging club revenues. According to an annual review of top clubs' finances, players' collective salaries rose 9% during the 2016/17 campaign while club revenues were up 25%. The report, by Deloitte's sports business group, said the 20 teams raked in £4.5bn - a rise of nearly £1bn on 2015/16 - mainly thanks to new broadcast rights deals kicking in which included the £5.1bn domestic package shared between Sky (Frankfurt: 893517 - news) , the owner of Sky News, and BT.

  • JD Wetherspoon shuts down social media accounts over landscape's 'climate'
    Sky News9 days ago

    JD Wetherspoon shuts down social media accounts over landscape's 'climate'

    Pub chain JD Wetherspoon says it is closing down all its social media accounts following the "trolling" of MPs (BSE: MPSLTD.BO - news) and ethnic minorities. The Twitter, Instagram and Facebook (NasdaqGS: FB - news) accounts for all 900 pubs and head office are shutting down with immediate effect, the pub operator said. The move also takes account of recent concerns over the misuse of personal data and the addictive nature of social media.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Stephen Hawking's voice was his tool and his trademark

    Stephen Hawking's computer-generated voice was known to millions of people around the world, a robotic drawl that somehow enhanced the profound impact of the cosmological secrets he revealed. The technology behind his means of communication was upgraded through the years, offering him the chance to sound less like a machine, but he insisted on sticking to the original voice because it had effectively become his own. Hawking started to communicate again using his eyebrows to indicate letters on a spelling card.

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Stephen Hawking's voice was his trademark

    Stephen Hawking's computer-generated voice was known to millions of people around the world, a robotic drawl that somehow enhanced the profound impact of the cosmological secrets he revealed. The technology behind his means of communication was upgraded through the years, offering him the chance to sound less like a machine, but he insisted on sticking to the original voice because it had effectively become his own. Hawking started to communicate again using his eyebrows to indicate letters on a spelling card.

  • FTSE chiefs to air Brexit concerns during summit with May
    Sky Newslast month

    FTSE chiefs to air Brexit concerns during summit with May

    Some of Britain's leading corporate bosses are expected to raise concerns about Brexit's potential impact on their UK workforces during talks this week with Theresa May. Sky News understands that bosses from companies including BT, ITV (Frankfurt: A0BLQP - news) , Legal & General (LSE: LGEN.L - news) , Lloyds Banking Group and Virgin Money have been invited to a meeting on Thursday with the Prime Minister. Senior (Other OTC: SNIRF - news) figures from leading business lobbying groups such as the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) will also attend, according to a Whitehall source.

  • Pork pies thrown out of inflation basket with quiche added
    Sky Newslast month

    Pork pies thrown out of inflation basket with quiche added

    Pork pies and pasties have been thrown out of the official inflation basket of goods and services used to calculate inflation. In its annual revision of the 700-odd items, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said the two culinary favourites would now be classed under more general " meat-based snack" and "cooked pastry-based savoury snack" entries respectively. It said the decisions reflected a widening of choices across takeaway outlets, with quiche and chilled mashed potato being added in the food category too.

  • Reuterslast month

    BRIEF-Senior ‍Announces New Malaysian Aerospace Facility​

    March 13 (Reuters) - Senior Plc: * ‍ANNOUNCES NEW MALAYSIAN AEROSPACE FACILITY​ * ‍NEW FACILITY WILL COMPLEMENT SENIOR AEROSPACE UPECA'S EXISTING FACILITY AND WILL BE DEVELOPED BY AXIS REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Airbus to meet staff members as possible job cuts loom

    European planemaker Airbus said it would meet European works council members later this week to discuss the possible impact on jobs from a decline in the production rates of the A380 and A400M plane programmes. Last week, French business magazine Challenges had reported that Airbus was planning to move or cut 3,600 positions as a result of the issues with the A380 and A400M planes. "Senior (Other OTC: SNIRF - news) management representatives of Airbus will meet with the European Works Council on 7 March 2018 to explain previously announced rate reductions on the A380 and A400M programmes and to discuss associated implications for the workforce," Airbus said in a statement on Monday.

  • One turnaround stock and one 5% yielder that could make you rich
    Fool.co.uk2 months ago

    One turnaround stock and one 5% yielder that could make you rich

    Royston Wild reveals two London-quoted shares that could make you a fortune.

  • Single-parent families 'let down' as poverty rises
    Sky News2 months ago

    Single-parent families 'let down' as poverty rises

    One in three children with a working single parent live in poverty, a new report warns, and this could rise dramatically by 2021. The Gingerbread charity says young people in poverty are being excluded from the everyday activities and opportunities an average British child enjoys. It estimates 1.7 million families are being let down by a lack of support from their workplaces and the Government, and warns almost two-thirds of children in single-parent families are likely to be living in poverty in just three years' time.

  • Home-ownership has 'collapsed' among middle earners - IFS
    Sky News2 months ago

    Home-ownership has 'collapsed' among middle earners - IFS

    Wage growth failing to keep pace with house prices is being blamed for a "collapse" in home-ownership levels among young adults. People aged between 25 and 34 with after-tax incomes of between £22,200 and £30,000 had a one-in-four chance of being on the property ladder in 2015-16. It meant, the IFS said, that the home-ownership rate among middle-income young adults - at 27% - was now closer to those with low incomes than it was to those on high incomes.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    UK government under fire for leaving finance sector in dark on Brexit

    Business leaders have criticised Britain's government for its failure to publish a long-delayed paper on the future of its financial services industry after Brexit. Senior (Other OTC: SNIRF - news) financiers say they were told after the summer that the government would issue a position paper setting out Britain's negotiating priorities for a sector that pays more corporate tax than any other industry. "When so many other sectors and issues have been given this clarity, the City is left in the dark," Catherine McGuinness, policy chair at the Corporation of the City of London (LSE: CIN.L - news) , the capital's financial district, said on Monday.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    UK government questioned over Carillion contracts after profit warnings

    Britain's government is under pressure from opposition parties to explain why ministers awarded construction company Carillion 1.3 billion pounds ($1.8 billion) of new contracts after it was known to be in financial difficulty. Carillion collapsed on Monday in one of Britain's biggest corporate failures, throwing hundreds of large projects into doubt and forcing the government to step in to guarantee vital public services.

  • Carillion appeals to banks as administration looms
    Sky News3 months ago

    Carillion appeals to banks as administration looms

    Directors of Carillion (Frankfurt: 924047 - news) were making a final rescue appeal to its lending banks last night after the Government refused to rescue the ailing construction group, taking it to the brink of collapse. Sky News has learnt that the company's board was meeting ahead of a last-gasp plea for financial support‎ from its syndicate of lenders, without which its collapse will be confirmed within hours. Carillion's banks were holding talks on Sunday night about the possibility of providing "tens of millions of pounds" of short-term support, according to insiders.

  • HS2 construction giant Carillion on brink of collapse
    Sky News3 months ago

    HS2 construction giant Carillion on brink of collapse

    Sky News has learnt that Carillion (Frankfurt: 924047 - news) , which is building the HS2 high-speed rail link and other big Government infrastructure projects, could crash into administration as soon as Monday. Its fate hangs on the outcome of emergency talks due to take place on Sunday with ‎Whitehall officials. :: What does under-threat Carillion do?

  • Carillion teeters on brink as board eyes last-ditch rescue plan
    Sky News3 months ago

    Carillion teeters on brink as board eyes last-ditch rescue plan

    Sky News has learnt that Carillion (Frankfurt: 924047 - news) , which is building the HS2 high-speed rail link and other big Government infrastructure projects, could crash into administration as soon as Monday. Its fate hangs on the outcome of emergency talks due to take place on Sunday with ‎Whitehall officials. The company has drawn up a plan that would see it being able to borrow significant amounts of new funding from its existing lenders if the Government agrees to guarantee payments at certain stages of public sector contracts.

  • Carillion lines up administrator in case rescue talks fail
    Sky News3 months ago

    Carillion lines up administrator in case rescue talks fail

    Carillion (Frankfurt: 924047 - news) has put one of the big four accountancy firms on standby to oversee an administration of the construction giant in a further signal of the precarious state of its finances. Sky News has learnt that EY and PricewaterhouseCoopers were asked to compete for the role as administrator to the HS2 high-speed rail-link contractor in recent weeks, with EY said to have been lined up by directors. The move is part of contingency planning being undertaken by Carillion as it races to secure approximately £300m of emergency funding by the end of the month.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    BRIEF-Senior Says Malaysian Unit Secures Multi-Year Spirit Aerosystems Contract

    Dec 13 (Reuters) - Senior Plc: * MULTI-YEAR SPIRIT AEROSYSTEMS CONTRACT * UNIT ‍SENIOR AEROSPACE UPECA (MALAYSIA) SECURES FIVE-YEAR CONTRACT WITH SPIRIT AEROSYSTEMS​ Source text for Eikon: Further company ...

  • Truckmaker Scania appeals EU antitrust fine
    AFP4 months ago

    Truckmaker Scania appeals EU antitrust fine

    Swedish truckmaker Scania has appealed against an 880 million euro fine imposed by the European Commission for alleged price-fixing

  • With new internet rules set for vote, firestorm won't die
    AFP5 months ago

    With new internet rules set for vote, firestorm won't die

    Demonstrators in Los Angeles on November 28 were among those protesting the FCC's plan to roll back rules on "net neutrality"

  • Cabinet heavyweights back PM's Brexit breakthrough deal
    Sky News5 months ago

    Cabinet heavyweights back PM's Brexit breakthrough deal

    Senior (Other OTC: SNIRF - news) members of Theresa May's government have backed her breakthrough deal in the Brexit talks, which includes paying more than £30bn to Brussels. The agreement on the size of the so-called "divorce bill", along with guarantees on citizens' rights and the status of the Irish border after Brexit, came after a night of frantic diplomacy. European Council President Donald Tusk warned the most difficult challenge is still ahead, adding: "So much time has been devoted to the easiest part of the task.

  • Britain, EU in historic Brexit deal, but tough talks still ahead
    AFP5 months ago

    Britain, EU in historic Brexit deal, but tough talks still ahead

    British Prime Minister Theresa May and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker met as the UK and EU reached a breakthrough on Brexit talks

  • Britain, EU in historic deal to open Brexit trade talks
    AFP5 months ago

    Britain, EU in historic deal to open Brexit trade talks

    British Prime Minister Theresa May and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker met as the UK and EU reached a breakthrough on Brexit talks

  • EU blacklists 17 tax havens
    AFP5 months ago

    EU blacklists 17 tax havens

    European Economic Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici said officials from member states were negotiating from an initial list of 29 countries

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