CBI lobbies for cuts in Covid social distancing

CBI lobbies for cuts in Covid social distancing to help manufacturers The CBI has floated with Government the possibility of using Test to Release This would  allow employees to work more closely together By Alex Lawson For The Mail On Sunday Published:

NatWest blasted over legal costs for new PPI cases

Taxpayer-owned NatWest blasted over legal costs for new PPI cases NatWest – 62% state-owned – has been slammed for wasting  taxpayers’ money It is thought to have spent in excess of £10,000 on individual court cases  Judge S. Mitchell questioned why it

Airbus in plan to build thousands of broadband satellites in UK

A venture to create a constellation of satellites to boost superfast global broadband is considering plans to bring its manufacturing across the Atlantic to Britain.  Sources said executives behind the British Government-backed OneWeb last week briefed civil servants on the merits of

Rolls-Royce workers receive £100m windfall early

Rolls-Royce workers receive £100m windfall early after taking 10% pay delay from April Nearly 50,000 staff at the engineer had 10 per cent pay deferred from April  It made the payout on Christmas Eve, bringing it forward by three months By Alex

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