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UK’s Labour accuses chancellor of consigning 1m jobs 'to the scrapheap'
Labour accused the British Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak of consigning more than one million jobs to the “scrapheap”, after failing to protect workers in the hard-hit wedding, exhibition and festival industries in his emergency COVID plans.
Trade deal can and must be made: CBI boss
A post-Brexit trade deal "can and must be made", the organization representing British businesses has said ahead of further UK-EU trade talks.
UK has 'led the world' in destroying the natural environment
Centuries of farming, building and industry have made the UK one of the most nature-depleted countries in Europe.
US COVID deaths near 200,000 as UK 'heads in wrong direction'
The US is nearing the stark milestone of 200,000 deaths, nine months after the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, as cases in the UK rose to a four-month high and Europe continued to see rising infections.
About a quarter of the UK's top earners are migrants, data shows
Almost a quarter of the best paid people in the UK are migrants, according to analysis of anonymized tax returns collected by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
UK hospitality, travel shares tumble after hints of second lockdown
British Airways owner down 11% as hospitality sector makes grim prediction for pubs and clubs
New “circuit-breaker” restrictions designed to prevent a second wave of COVID-19 in England would have “astronomical” consequences for struggling businesses unless they receive further financial support, the government has been warned.
Syrian teenage homeless on Lesbos despite having right to live in UK
“When I saw the smoke coming I didn’t have the chance to get my backpack, I just ran. The fire was very close, I couldn’t save anything, I lost all my documents. I just escaped through the forest.”
UK interest rates likely to fall below zero in 2021
Bank of England is investigating ways of removing obstacles to step, aimed at boosting economy.
UK needs a museum of colonialism, says historian William Dalrymple
Britain should set up a “museum of colonialism” where children will be able to learn about “the really terrible things that happened in our past,” the historian William Dalrymple said.
UK unemployment: Planned redundancies twice the rate of last recession
Employers in Britain are planning more than twice as many redundancies than they did at the height of the last recession, new figures show.
Major COVID-19 vaccine trial resumes in UK after safety review
Pharma giant AstraZeneca and Oxford University said they had resumed a COVID-19 vaccine trial after getting the all-clear from British regulators, following a pause caused by a UK volunteer falling ill.
‘We haven’t seen anything like it since Harry Potter’: UK bookshops report
Booksellers up and down the UK are reporting a boom in sales since readers returned to bookshops after the lockdown, with the first avalanche of Christmas titles giving them their best first week of September since records began.
Johnson accuses EU of plotting food 'blockade' on UK
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has accused the European Union of threatening to impose a food "blockade" between Britain and Northern Ireland that could tear the UK apart, throwing new fuel on the fire of simmering Brexit talks.
UK secures agreement with Japan on first post-Brexit trade deal
Britain secured its first big post-Brexit trade deal, an agreement with Japan which it hailed as “historic” as it struggles to agree on trade with its closest trading partners in the European Union.

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