Shoppers at a supermarket in London. File/Reuters
British inflation surged further above the Bank of England’s target in June to strike 2.5 per cent, its highest since August 2018, increasing speculation that the BoE will have to consider sooner whether to ease off its huge stimulus programme.
Teachers across the UK are going on strike. Children going into schools on their first day following the holidays are facing cancelled classes. Teachers are being accused of sacrificing their pupils’ future over their own political beliefs. Many parents across the UK are calling for teachers who join these strikes to be fined.
Usually, the market in political commentary overshoots. Every other week for Tony Blair was his “worst week ever”, as Alastair Campbell used to say. Gordon Brown was written off and then managed to claw back enough ground to deny the Conservatives a majority. Theresa May could do no wrong, and then she could do no right, but
London holds a special place in the hearts of food enthusiasts. In the halcyon days of the UK’s place in the European Union, it could even be said that the capital was one of the best cities in Europe – if not the best – for food. Despite it being beaten out by Paris in the Michelin guide (the French capital boasts 119 Michelin stars
Emirates Development Bank (EDB), the key financial engine of economic development and industrial advancement in the UAE, has unveiled its 2023 results,
The MoU will help in promoting joint cooperation and sharing of expertise between the two sides. It will also provide an opportunity to Pakistani farmers to increase cultivation of date palm including through innovative ideas.
The Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) has engaged in talks with business delegations from the Republic of Estonia and the Russian Federation