The Bank of England could downgrade its growth forecast Bank of England could downgrade UK growth forecast

The Bank of England could downgrade its growth forecast The Bank of England could be forced to downgrade its forecast for UK growth on Thursday, if it thinks the economy is slowing down ahead of June's Brexit vote. Read Full Story

 

Thomas Cook Airlines cabin crew are being balloted for industrial action Thomas Cook Airlines cabin crew balloted over rest breaks changes

Thomas Cook Airlines cabin crew are being balloted for industrial action More than 1,000 Thomas Cook Airlines cabin crew are being balloted for industrial action in a dispute over health and safety concerns. Read Full Story

 

AAM's current share price gives the company a market value of more than £3.5billion Aberdeen Asset Management celebrates 25 years in the City

AAM's current share price gives the company a market value of more than £3.5billion Aberdeen Asset Management (AAM) chief executive Martin Gilbert and other key figures from the Granite City-based finance firm got trading formally under way on the London Stock Exchange yesterday. Read Full Story

 

The FTSE 100 Index fell 20.5 points to 6096.7 Top-flight London stocks subdued after Asian trading disappoints

The FTSE 100 Index fell 20.5 points to 6096.7 The London market opened on the back foot, with warnings over economic and political uncertainty from Holiday Inn owner InterContinental Hotels (IHG) contributing to the gloomy mood. Read Full Story

 

Hastings' share of the private car insurance market increased to 6% from 5.3% Hastings increases market share as revenues rise 22% to £132.7 million

Hastings' share of the private car insurance market increased to 6% from 5.3% Insurer Hastings has said that revenues rose 22% to £132.7 million in the first quarter as the firm increased its market share. Read Full Story

 

Intercontinental Hotels chief executive Richard Solomons (IHG/PA) InterContinental Hotels hit by early Easter and low oil price

Intercontinental Hotels chief executive Richard Solomons (IHG/PA) Holiday Inn owner InterContinental Hotels has said that growth in the first quarter has been hit by the low oil price and the early Easter. Read Full Story

 

Duncan Morrison Scottish Government accused of leaving young farmers without financial support

Duncan Morrison A growing number of aspiring Scottish farmers feel "frustrated and angry" that a key ambition of the reformed Common Agricultural Policy (Cap) has failed and left them out in the cold without financial support. Read Full Story

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Sir Philip Green was widely criticised after BHS collapsed last week, a year after he sold it for £1 Lord Myners to head team probing Sir Philip Green role in BHS collapse

Sir Philip Green was widely criticised after BHS collapsed last week, a year after he sold it for £1 Former Marks & Spencer chairman Lord Myners has been appointed to lead a team of financial experts that will help MPs investigate Sir Philip Green's role in the collapse of retailer BHS. Read Full Story

 

Mr Coburn was dropped off by a plumber Why David Coburn was dropped at tonight’s count in a plumber’s van…

Mr Coburn was dropped off by a plumber UKIP's David Coburn turned heads this evening when he turned up to the Dingwall count in the passenger seat of a plumber's van. Read Full Story

 

Allan Bowie NFU Scotland requests SAF deadline extension

Allan Bowie NFU Scotland (NFUS) will put forward a formal request to the Scottish Government later today calling for an extension to the deadline for submitting this year's Single Application Form (SAF). Read Full Story

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