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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.
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Markets have recovered significantly since their March lows, but some caution is still needed with the economic environment still highly uncertain.
Two TV series reveal the topsy-turvy, contradictory nature of a system that rewards the creation of unaffordable new homes.
“Back to the office” messaging exposes a meek conservatism that clashes with this government’s maverick reputation.
The discount scheme is a “double-edged sword” for some restaurants across the country.
In such a dire jobs market, the fantasy of employment is highly lucrative – with fake vacancies and hiring stories going viral.
The Labour leader has cause for optimism in the polling, but there is one cloud on the horizon.