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Containers pile up at Felixstowe

Britain’s biggest shipping container port is so congested that its management is considering turning vessels away. The Port of Felixstowe is struggling to cope with...

Higher food and energy prices dent confidence

People felt less optimistic about the economy as inflation driven by fuel prices and essential items dominated spending patterns in September. Research by the British...

The problem with emails and what their future looks like

Since the World Wide Web was first launched for widespread use in the early 1990s, electronic mail – or email – has become a...

Night-time cultural sector hit with 86,000 job losses due to Covid-19

Research has estimated that 393,000 jobs have been lost across the night-time economy due to Covid-19, including 86,000 in the “night-time cultural economy” (NTCE),...

Interest rate rise ‘likely by end of year’

A Bank of England policymaker has given the clearest signal yet that interest rates may rise before the end of the year amid rising...

New push to get civil servants back into offices as government concern about pandemic fades

Civil servants could face deadlines to return to the office as ministers prepare a fresh push this week. Simon Case, the cabinet secretary, has already...

Tech industry welcomes UK £5bn cyber warfare centre

The new £5bn digital warfare centre which is capable of launching “offensive” cyber attacks against hostile powers such as Russia, announced this week by...

NatWest faces £340m fine after admitting ‘money-laundering’ failings

NatWest faces a fine of up to £340m after admitting three counts of failing to properly monitor £365m deposited into the account of a...

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