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The former Financial Times editor on Brexit, learning from his father, and the crisis of liberalism.
How Covid-19 halted the relentless rise of the capital.
“The brand is the most important thing – a lot of us just feel like a number now.”
The department store is not applying for the Job Retention Scheme designed to protect workers amid the pandemic.
The Department for Work and Pensions lets employers trial jobseekers for up to 30 working days without paying them wages.
As online clothing sales recover in the wake of Covid-19, our unsustainable habit is proving hard to quit.
Opportunities are emerging amongst crisis pressures.
British employers filed for 58,000 redundancies in August, totalling 498,000 since the pandemic took hold – and there will be many more to come.
Covid-19 and the regulations designed to slow its spread are thwarting job creation – and no amount of “skilling up” can fix that.
Lockdown transformed our shopping habits, revitalising cornershops and suburban thoroughfares. But will this change last?
Working from a shed at the end of his garden, one man fought an epic battle against an industry of tax avoidance that cost the country billions.