Gamblers lose £614m in a MONTH as campaigners warn the industry is ‘cashing in’ on Covid pandemic 

Gamblers lose £614m in a MONTH as campaigners warn the industry is ‘cashing in’ on Covid pandemic Record £614million lost by gamblers in December, £71mil more than in October  Industry is now coming under fire with accusations they’re cashing in on Covid’ Figures show 2.1million played online slots and casino games in December By Daily … Read more

Gamblers lose £614m in a MONTH as campaigners warn the industry is ‘cashing in’ on Covid pandemic 

Gamblers lose £614m in a MONTH as campaigners warn the industry is ‘cashing in’ on Covid pandemic Record £614million lost by gamblers in December, £71mil more than in October  Industry is now coming under fire with accusations they’re cashing in on Covid’ Figures show 2.1million played online slots and casino games in December By Daily … Read more

Car industry hits out at road map for reopening showrooms

Motor industry bosses have expressed their ‘deep disappointment’ at Boris Johnson’s roadmap out of lockdown after it was revealed that car showrooms will be forced to keep their doors locked until at least mid-April – meaning customers won’t be able to browse dealerships during the busiest month of the year. March is traditionally one of … Read more

Disappointment for pub industry as PM says they cannot open until after Easter

The race was on for drinkers this afternoon as Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced he would open up beer gardens from April 12. Leaders in the sector had hoped for the PM to inject some fizz into bars and drinking venues and open them up fully by Easter after the success of the UK’s huge … Read more

Disappointment for pub industry as PM says they cannot open until after Easter

The race was on for drinkers this afternoon as Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced he would open up beer gardens from April 12. Leaders in the sector had hoped for the PM to inject some fizz into bars and drinking venues and open them up fully by Easter after the success of the UK’s huge … Read more

‘Tone deaf’ Rishi Sunak faces fury from hospitality industry over cheesy Gordon Ramsay photo op

Rishi Sunak has been branded ‘tone deaf’ after posing with celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay in a cheesy photo-op where they discussed the ‘challenges’ facing the industry during the pandemic.  The Chancellor faced the fury of people working in pubs, bars and restaurants over his online chat with multi-millionaire F-Word star, who sacked around 500 staff … Read more

Call to ban China and Russia from UK defence industry

MPs call on Government to stamp out Chinese and Russian involvement in defence industry By Alex Lawson, Financial Mail On Sunday Published: 21:50 GMT, 13 February 2021 | Updated: 21:50 GMT, 13 February 2021 MPs have called on the Government to stamp out Chinese and Russian involvement in the defence industry.  A defence committee study … Read more

Bank of England boss launches broadside at EU over finance industry rules

Bank of England governor launches broadside at EU as he warns the bloc is trying to cut the City of London out of its banking market Andrew Bailey warned the Eu that the UK will not become a ‘rule-taker’ nation Bank of England governor was speaking during annual speech to City of London UK granted … Read more

Bank of England boss launches broadside at EU over finance industry rules

Bank of England governor launches broadside at EU as he warns the bloc is trying to cut the City of London out of its banking market Andrew Bailey warned the Eu that the UK will not become a ‘rule-taker’ nation Bank of England governor was speaking during annual speech to City of London UK granted … Read more

DOMINIC LAWSON: It’s sheer madness to import the coal essential for our steel industry

Political civil war has broken out in the Johnson family — and not for the first time. The Prime Minister’s father, 80-year-old Stanley, has denounced the Government’s decision not to block the construction of Woodhouse Colliery, Britain’s first new deep coal mine in over 30 years. Last week, Johnson Sr pronounced this to be ‘a … Read more