Best Cryptocurrency Networking Events in UK

<p class="MsoNormal">As the cryptocurrency industry continues to evolve, many cities are vying for the status of the next hub for digital assets. To date, London has emerged as one of the leading...

Liz Truss refuses to rule out help with energy bills in apparent U-turn

Rishi Sunak campaign attacks rival’s approach to cost of living as ‘laughable were it not so serious’UK politics live: latest updates as Truss accused of U-turnLiz Truss has denied she is ruling...

Martin Lewis says government must double energy bill help for poorest

Consumer rights campaigner tells Tory contenders they need to tell public ‘the bare minimum’ of what they will doMinisters will need to at least double the amount of support given last time to...

Liz Truss declines to commit on help for energy bills at Tory hustings

Rishi Sunak warns ‘British people will not forgive us’ if vulnerable households do not get help in winterLiz Truss has said she rejects the “Gordon Brown economics” of helping people directly with...

Johnson ‘absolutely certain’ next PM will offer more help on paying bills

PM makes unexpected intervention as Rishi Sunak criticises Liz Truss for refusal to commit to more handoutsBoris Johnson has waded into the Tory leadership row over energy costs by declaring he is...

The government’s got to get its hand in its pocket’: Darlington speaks out on the cost of living crisis

The ‘red wall’ town plays host to Tory hustings amid worries over fuel bills and Labour ‘gloom’ over winning back controlRobin Blair has been behind his fruit and vegetable stall since he was...

Britain is becoming an 'emerging market country,' analyst says

The Bank of England warned last week that the U.K. economy will enter its longest recession since the global financial crisis in the fourth quarter. The only factor missing from a characterization...

If the Murdoch press is so panicked about recession, why did it back austerity and Brexit?

As Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak slug it out for PM, rightwing papers are waking up to the looming economic catastropheThe gloves are off and it’s bare-knuckle, below-the-belt slugging. Good. High...

Electricity Thefts Hit Record Levels In UK As Cost-Of-Living Crisis Worsens

Electricity Thefts Hit Record Levels In UK As Cost-Of-Living Crisis Worsens Authored by Chris Summers via The Epoch Times, A record number of people stole electricity in England and...

I want to level up everywhere’: Rishi Sunak defends taking money from deprived urban areas

During a hustings in Eastbourne with Conservative party members, Rishi Sunak defended a clip shared by the New Statesman in which he said he took money from deprived urban areas to be...

Truss Leads Race to Become Next U.K. Prime Minister

Foreign Minister Liz Truss has consolidated her lead in recent days over her rival Rishi Sunak. Ms. Truss promises she can deliver lower taxes to get Britain’s moribund economy growing again....

No safety net’: People struggle to put food on table in Rishi Sunak’s constituency

In wealthy North Yorkshire district, increasing numbers are forced to turn to food banks amid cost of living crisisThree miles from Rishi Sunak’s £1.5m manor house in the Yorkshire hamlet of Kirby...

Rent strikes and bill boycotts are a great in principle

I’m on a pre-pay energy meter in a rented flat so I could only dream of radical action. No, people like me will have to carry on grinning and bearing itThis article is part of the heat or eat...

Truss Leads Race to Become Next U.K. Prime Minister

The British foreign minister has consolidated her lead in recent days over her rival Rishi Sunak, partly by promising she can deliver lower taxes to get Britain’s moribund economy growing again.

Regional pay boards not part of 'central costings', says Liz Truss

Liz Truss has said regional pay boards were not part of her central costings during a Conservative party hustings in Cardiff. The foreign secretary was forced into a U-turn earlier this week on a...

Factbox-What will Liz Truss do if she becomes UK prime minister?

LONDON - Foreign Secretary Liz Truss is leading the race to become Britain's next prime minister, with two opinion polls putting her well ahead of former finance minister Rishi Sunak. Below are...

Spiralling inflation, crops left in the field and travel chaos: 10 reasons Brexit has been disastrous for Britain

As small businesses crumble, shelves get emptier and the care-worker shortage intensifies, life outside the EU is having a dire effect on many of us. Why aren’t politicians talking about it?When...

Analysis: U.S. banks face trillion-dollar reverse repo headache

By Gertrude Chavez-Dreyfuss NEW YORK - The trillions of dollars in overnight cash tucked away daily at the Federal Reserve could turn into a major headache for banks that could squeeze their...

Tory leadership: Penny Mordaunt backs Liz Truss to be prime minister

The former Tory leadership rival calls Truss the "hope candidate" in the race against Rishi Sunak.

PULLING THE PLUG: British businesses cutting ties with China as tensions rage

British businesses are cutting ties with China due to concerns about political tensions, a shift that is likely to stoke inflationary pressures, the head of the Confederation of British Industry ...

Bank of England probes the persistence of UK's inflation surge

LONDON - The Bank of England says it will act forcefully if needed to stop the surge in inflation from turning into a long-term problem, meaning it could deliver a rare half-percentage point...

Rishi Sunak rejects claim he has ‘doomster’ attitude to economy

Former chancellor says he finds his successor’s accusation ‘amusing’ as he vows to cut income tax by 20%The Tory leadership candidate Rishi Sunak has rejected accusations from his successor as...

Take Five: Time to be forceful?

-Britain and Australia may opt for 50 basis-point rate hikes in coming days, given the high risk that markets will punish any central bank that hesitates to crack down on multi-decade high...

Rishi Sunak vows to take 4p off income tax

But the ex-chancellor's pledge for the end of the next parliament is criticised as too late by his opponents.

China's July factory activity grows at slower pace

BEIJING - China's factory activity expanded at a slower pace in July, as growth momentum softened in output, new orders and employment, a private sector poll showed on Monday. The Caixin/Markit...

South Korea July factory activity weakens for first time in 2 years

SEOUL - South Korea's factory activity shrank in July for the first time in nearly two years, as output and new orders weakened amid continued inflation and supply chain woes, a private-sector...

British businesses turning away from China, industry group says

LONDON - British businesses are cutting ties with China due to concerns about political tensions, a shift that is likely to stoke inflationary pressures, the head of the Confederation of British...

The Labour Party Can’t Rely on Tories to Self-Destruct

If Keir Starmer wants to gain from the battle between Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak, he needs to deliver a stronger economic message.

Rishi Sunak’s campaign strategy for Tory leadership unravels

Former chancellor’s attacks on Liz Truss fail to yield results, and he is accused of U-turns on policy

Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss questioned by Tory party members in first hustings

The two candidates fighting to be the next leader of the Conservative party were questioned by LBC's Nick Ferrari and Tory party members in Leeds. This was the first round of hustings in the...

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