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OccupyLSX camp closes St. Paul's

21/10/2011

The Dean of St Paulís has today announced the cathedralís closure due to the safety hazards posed by the growing OccupyLSX protest camp.


 

Debenhams prove the high street is still thriving

21/10/2011

Debenhams have reported strong year end results, showing group sales up by 4.5% and profits up for the third year running by 10.0% to £166.1m, proving the high street is still thriving.


 

UK consumer confidence drops for fourth straight month

21/10/2011

According to data released by Nationwide building society UK consumer confidence has fallen in September.


 

Cloud computing proving popular as economy toughens

21/10/2011

A recent report from the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has shown that in the year ahead firms are planning to invest in IT, but scaling back spending on other items such as land, buildings, vehicles, plant and machinery, with the most commonly cited factors being the uncertainty about demand and business prospects, and an inadequate return on investment.


 

Private sector rent rises to a new high

21/10/2011

A report released by the LSL Property Services has revealed that the average private sector housing rents in England and Wales rose by 0.7% in September.


 

Ministers meet to start eurozone crisis meetings

21/10/2011

A meeting, the first of several, between the eurozone finance ministers later today (Friday) will aim to create a solution to the ongoing economic crisis.


 

Lord Turner calls for new financial regulation powers

21/10/2011

In a speech at the Mansion House the chairman of the Financial Services Authority (FSA), Lord Turner, said that the reform of the regulatory structure in the UK would help ensure better results than in the past.


 

Warning on dangers of health and safety proposals for cost recovery

21/10/2011

EEF, the manufacturersí organisation has warned of the potential damage to relations between the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) and companies from proposals to charge for the recovery of costs associated with breaches of health & safety.


 

Accessibility of London's transport network still a major issue

21/10/2011

Transport for Londonís (TfL) plans to improve accessibility on the transport network are on the right track, but more urgency and focus is required to give people with reduced mobility an easier ride on the capitalís Tubes, trains and buses.


 

Banking deal boosts Thomas Cook shares by 24%

21/10/2011

Thomas Cook have reached an agreement with their banking group to amend the terms of their existing bank facilities to increase financial flexibility for the Group.