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Man tries to drive into crowd in Belgium

Man tries to drive into crowd in Belgium

A forensics expert stands next to a car which had entered the main pedestrian shopping street in the city at high speed, in Antwerp, Belgium, March 23, 2017.

Antwerp: Belgian security forces arrested a man Thursday after he drove into …

by June 21, 2017 0 comments Finance
Big Oil could be ready for a big comeback

Big Oil could be ready for a big comeback

Oil prices have doubled in a year

Oil prices are down so far this year — and so are energy stocks. But some experts think that won’t last for long.

President Trump is clearly a fan of the traditional oil …

by June 19, 2017 0 comments Finance
Three million have card debts they cannot repay: Banks are accused of exploiting customers as watchdog announces tough measures to tackle the crisis

Three million have card debts they cannot repay: Banks are accused of exploiting customers as watchdog announces tough measures to tackle the crisis

Banks were accused last night of exploiting millions of customers unable to pay off their credit cards.

The City watchdog said lenders had ‘little incentive’ to help customers who fork out £2.50 in interest for every £1 repaid.

In a …

by June 18, 2017 0 comments Finance
Brexit: Europe’s new finance rules put 83,000 U.K. jobs at risk

Brexit: Europe’s new finance rules put 83,000 U.K. jobs at risk

The European Union is preparing the ground for a raid on one of the crown jewels of British business.

The bloc proposed rules on Tuesday that would give it the power to force a large slice of London’s financial services …

by June 13, 2017 0 comments Finance
DAILY BRIEFING: British Standards Institution reveals record sales of £401.8m

DAILY BRIEFING: British Standards Institution reveals record sales of £401.8m

TOP GRADE Quality hallmark firm the British Standards Institution has revealed record sales of £401.8million – a rise of 21 per cent.

The BSI, which helps firms improve day-to-day performance, has 81,000 customers in 181 countries, including almost two-thirds of …

by June 9, 2017 0 comments Finance
Theresa May’s 600-mile dash through marginal seats as she makes last-ditch appeal to Labour voters

Theresa May’s 600-mile dash through marginal seats as she makes last-ditch appeal to Labour voters

Theresa May has made a 600-mile dash through marginal seats in a final bid to persuade lifelong Labour voters to back her for the first time.

The Prime Minister urged working class voters to back the Conservatives and give her …

by June 8, 2017 0 comments Finance
Google loses more advertisers over hate videos

Google loses more advertisers over hate videos

How YouTube censors explicit content

Google still has a major problem with extremist and hate videos.

Three advertisers — Etihad Airways, Deliveroo and the U.K.’s Labour Party — have pulled their spots from YouTube after discovering they were shown alongside …

by June 7, 2017 0 comments Finance
Jihadi whose brother became a soldier: How attacker’s sibling joined the ARMY while he turned to a life of terror after finding his father dead in bed

Jihadi whose brother became a soldier: How attacker’s sibling joined the ARMY while he turned to a life of terror after finding his father dead in bed

One of the Borough Market terrorists was traumatised at the age of eight when he found his father dead in bed, MailOnline can reveal.

The killer, whose name is not being released on police advice, had been run over outside …

by June 6, 2017 0 comments Finance
Exxon loses key climate change battle

Exxon loses key climate change battle

Rex Tillerson’s complicated relationship with climate change

ExxonMobil just lost a critical climate change battle even as the fate of the Paris accord remains in serious doubt.

In a rare defeat for a major company, over 63% of Exxon shareholders …

by June 1, 2017 0 comments Finance
‘Weak, unstable and nonsensical’: Theresa May twists the stiletto on Corbyn as she vows to crush the Labour leader in the election

‘Weak, unstable and nonsensical’: Theresa May twists the stiletto on Corbyn as she vows to crush the Labour leader in the election

With a portrait of Churchill staring down at her from the wall of her Commons office, Theresa May does not have to look far for inspiration as she faces her own day of destiny.

General Election day – June 8 …

by May 30, 2017 0 comments Finance