Lloyds is targeting £1.4 billion in cost savings by the end of next year Lloyds shedding 3,000 jobs and 200 branches amid Brexit fallout

Lloyds is targeting £1.4 billion in cost savings by the end of next year Lloyds Banking Group is cutting 3,000 jobs and shutting 200 branches as the lender braces for a cut in interest rates following Britain's decision to quit the European Union. Read Full Story

 

Construction growth has stalled Scottish construction growth stalls

Construction growth has stalled Growth in construction work in Scotland stalled during the second quarter of this year, but continued in the rest of the UK, according to new research published today. Read Full Story

 

An artist's impression issued by EDF of plans for the new Hinkley Point C nuclear power station EDF set to make final decision on Hinkley Point nuclear site

An artist's impression issued by EDF of plans for the new Hinkley Point C nuclear power station Energy giant EDF is set to make its long-awaited final investment decision on the planned nuclear power station at Hinkley Point, ending doubts over the massive £18 billion project. Read Full Story

 

The launch of Samsung's S7 Edge saw strong demand from consumers Galaxy phone sales propel Samsung profit to two-year high

The launch of Samsung's S7 Edge saw strong demand from consumers Samsung has reported forecast-beating earnings results that were the best in two years as consumers snapped up its Galaxy smartphones in signs of a revival in the electronics giant's mobile phone business. Read Full Story

 

England fans in the Walkabout Pub in central London, during Euro 2016 Beer sales increase thanks to Euro football tournament

England fans in the Walkabout Pub in central London, during Euro 2016 Beer sales have increased in recent months, with drinkers downing 31 million extra pints, despite a continued fall in drinking in pubs and bars, new figures show. Read Full Story

 

Economic forecasts have been downgraded as a result of Brexit Experts warn of ‘sharp slowdown’ in economy after Brexit vote

Economic forecasts have been downgraded as a result of Brexit The vote for Brexit could spark a "sharp slowdown" in Scotland's economy, with experts also predicting the jobless rate will rise in the wake of the referendum result. Read Full Story

 

UK car producers are concerned about the fallout from Brexit Further increases for UK car production, but Brexit fears linger

UK car producers are concerned about the fallout from Brexit Car production has surged ahead, increasing by 10% over last year, but the industry has voiced concern about the impact on the business of leaving the European Union, a new report shows. Read Full Story

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