Mr West said: “The UK is never going to win a race to the bottom. Someone will always be able to undercut us on price, so it’s not a race Britain should attempt to enter. We should try to become a global leader of animal welfare and food provenance.” He pointed out concerns about the […]
As many as 14 out of 20 authorities that saw the biggest nosedives in infections were in the North – including nine in Tier Three. Cases in Redcar and Cleveland, which was slapped in the toughest measure when England’s national lockdown ended on December 2, nosedived by 53 per cent to 141.5 cases per 100,000 […]
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“The NHS has a proven track record of delivering large-scale vaccinations from the winter flu jab to BCG and, once the final hurdles are cleared and the vaccine arrives in England’s hospitals, health service staff will begin offering people this ground-breaking jab in a programme that will expand to cover the whole country in the […]
China wants access to foreign companies and their technologies to cultivate its own industries, but after reaching a certain point, plans to exclude those same foreign firms, which is why the US looked at blocking GE from exporting plane engines to COMAC, but eventually the US gave the green light. Now, with the latest sanctions […]
The bank has completed the whole e-KYC process on mobile app to the step of highest identification thanks to video call technology, ensuring the same level of accuracy of verification of information compared with face-to-face meeting. In Vietnam, only TPBank has reached this step and become ready to put it into use right after a […]
The number of notes in circulation in Britain reached a record high of 4.4 billion in July, with a total value of £76.5 billion ($103 billion), according to a September report by the National Audit Office (NAO), which monitors government spending. This compares with 1.5 billion notes worth about £24 billion ($32.3 billion) in 2000.
Under the new system, shops will be allowed to re-open across England, giving a Christmas bonanza to the struggling retail sector, but all bars and restaurants in the toughest Tier 3 areas will remain closed.
Meanwhile, the London-based Financial Times reported that hopes remain on both sides that the last-minute bust-up can be resolved and a deal be reached by next Monday or Tuesday, ahead of a European Council meeting in Brussels slated for Thursday next week.
LONDON, Dec. 4 (Xinhua) — New car registration in Britain declined by 27.4 percent in November year-on-year, as showrooms across England had to close due to the new COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, the British Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) said Friday in a report.