A flood of cold air from Siberia caused severe weather conditions across Europe in the last weeks. The ‘Beast from the East’ along with Storm Emma triggered storage and supply issues that led to a significant spike of gas...
Offshore infrastructure funds have been avoiding corporation tax despite making significant profits from their stakes in UK public buildings, an investigation by the European Services Strategy Unit (ESSU) think-tank has found. The funds aim to provide investors with substantial returns...
The US stock market faced its biggest downfall since 2011 on 2nd February, with over $4 trillion being wiped off the value of stock markets internationally. Dow Jones Industrial Average, one of the single most watched indices on the New...
After nine months of running in Norwich, the bicycle sharing company Ofo has decided to remove its fleet of 1,000 yellow bicycles from the city’s streets this summer. The company has said they will instead be focusing on “other...
Bank of England raises interest rates. For the first time in over a decade, the Bank of England has raised interest rates. The lon g-anticipated move is the first since July 2007, and restores interest rates to 0.5% -...
On the whole, I think it would be safe to say that the Great British Public find TV ads to be a nuisance. They are always appearing just as things are about to get interesting, forcing everyone who’s watching to...