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01 October, 2021

Energy bills jump

Plus: businesses fear “stagflation”, Sainsbury’s needs 22,000 workers, Spoons doubles its losses.
Annie Mellor
Annie Mellor
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29 September, 2021

Fish fight

Plus: £500 refund from BT? Hamster beating crypto traders, and mortgage lending going up.
Annie Mellor
Annie Mellor
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29 September, 2021

Furlough ends

Plus: house price growth eases off, 100,000 renters at risk of eviction, £500m new cost of living grants.
Annie Mellor
Annie Mellor
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28 September, 2021

Army on standby

Plus: gov takes over Southeastern rail, warehouse workers get 30% pay rise, wfh helps women progress.
Annie Mellor
Annie Mellor
1 min read

27 September, 2021

Running out of gas

Plus: house prices to grow 3.5% next year? Doctors could start prescribing debt advice.
Annie Mellor
Annie Mellor
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24 September, 2021

Uber pays pensions

Plus: Tips must go to staff, and engineers want to recycle buildings
Tim Elder
Tim Elder
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23 September, 2021

Energy firms collapse

Plus: lorry driver shortfall threatens Christmas, Boris tells UN to grow up.
Annie Mellor
Annie Mellor
1 min read

22 September, 2021

Fizz shortage

Plus: £1 billion in unpaid pensions and Pret’s opening in a suburb near you.
Annie Mellor
Annie Mellor
1 min read

21 September, 2021

Gas price crisis

Plus: inflation pushes up government borrowing, Addison Lee goes all-electric, right to work from home.
Annie Mellor
Annie Mellor
1 min read

20 September, 2021

Rescue loans for gas suppliers

Plus: house prices increase by £15, $100bn climate goal “tough” to meet, office workers return in loungewear.
Annie Mellor
Annie Mellor
1 min read

16 September, 2021

Space tourists blast off

Plus: Bank of England underpricing climate risk? And cable fire sends energy prices soaring.
Annie Mellor
Annie Mellor
1 min read

15 September, 2021

Record-breaking price hikes

Plus: home workers enjoy lockdown lie-ins, pennies in production again.
Annie Mellor
Annie Mellor
1 min read