London must power up its post-Brexit tech boom

London must power up its post-Brexit tech boom

Other tech companies have been expanding just as quickly. Apple is planning a vast new campus at the redeveloped Battersea Power Station. Google has a huge central London headquarters while work is completed on its King’s Cross building that comes complete with a swimming pool and sports track. Meanwhile Bloomberg, the financial terminal and media … Read more

Sarah Winman on art and beauty, unconventional families and what’s next

Sarah Winman on art and beauty, unconventional families and what’s next

When English author Sarah Winman sits down to write, she never has a plot in mind – and yet she’s brought the acclaimed When God Was a Rabbit, Tin Man, and A Year of Marvellous Ways to the world. Readers everywhere fell in love with her characters in 2021’s Still Life, but Winman says it’s a mysterious … Read more

The EU is wary of ex-Remainer Liz Truss but ready for Brexiteer Rishi Sunak

The EU is wary of ex-Remainer Liz Truss but ready for Brexiteer Rishi Sunak

The European Union would rather negotiate with Brexiteer Rishi Sunak than former Remainer Liz Truss. Brussels says it will discuss the Northern Ireland Protocol with whoever succeeds Boris Johnson as Prime Minister. But it is an open secret that Mr Sunak is seen as the lesser of two evils, despite Ms Truss having campaigned for … Read more

2 UK leadership contenders spar over tax in TV debate

2 UK leadership contenders spar over tax in TV debate

LONDON (AP) — The two candidates vying to be Britain’s next prime minister sparred Monday over how to help families struggling with the soaring cost of living, meeting in a testy televised debate that highlighted the contrasting economic visions of the Conservative Party rivals. Foreign Secretary Liz Truss promised to cut taxes as soon as … Read more

Nick Ferrari hits out at 'sanctimonious preaching' by BBC, after Princess Diana interview – LBC

Nick Ferrari hits out at 'sanctimonious preaching' by BBC, after Princess Diana interview – LBC

Nick Ferrari hits out at ‘sanctimonious preaching’ by BBC, after Princess Diana interview  LBC BBC agrees ‘substantial damages’ to former royal nanny over Diana interview  ABC News Former royal nanny awarded damages over 1995 BBC interview | 9 News Australia  9 News Australia Royal Family Receives APOLOGY Over 1995 Princess Diana Interview  Entertainment Tonight View Full coverage on Google … Read more

Boris Johnson claims Tory MPs will ‘coalesce in loyalty’ around his successor

Boris Johnson claims Tory MPs will ‘coalesce in loyalty’ around his successor

B oris Johnson has claimed Tory MPs will “coalesce in loyalty” around his successor before declaring he has “rock-solid confidence” in the next government’s ambitions. The Prime Minister ran through what he perceived to be his greatest hits in office as he sought to bat away calls for him to resign immediately rather than wait … Read more

Only Kemi Badenoch can stop Penny Mordaunt, say backers as they woo Liz Truss supporters

Only Kemi Badenoch can stop Penny Mordaunt, say backers as they woo Liz Truss supporters

The news came as a new poll of Tory party members made Mrs Badenoch the clear favourite after her strong showing in the debate. The poll of 850 members, by the ConservativeHome website on Saturday, put Ms Badenoch in the lead on 31 per cent, up from 19 per cent last Monday. Ms Truss was … Read more

Rishi Sunak vows to ditch EU laws holding Britain back

Rishi Sunak vows to ditch EU laws holding Britain back

Mr Sunak said: “I strongly believe that I made the right decision in backing the Leave campaign. Because of Brexit, 21st century Britain will be a sovereign, global, free-trading nation with full control over its laws, regulations and international trade policy. “While we got Brexit done, however, there is so much more to do now … Read more

Credit Suisse: what next for the crisis-hit bank? | FT Film – Financial Times

Credit Suisse: what next for the crisis-hit bank? | FT Film – Financial Times

Credit Suisse: what next for the crisis-hit bank? | FT Film  Financial Times