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What does government spend on Welfare?

Welfare Budget Expenditure (Edited by Afolabi Thomas) According to the ONS, in the year 2013-2014 the UK government spent £251 billion on welfare, which made up...

Financial Times sold to Japan’s Nikkei

Financial Times owner Pearson has agreed to sell the newspaper to Japan’s Nikkei for £844m (€1.2bn). Pearson has owned the Financial Times since 1957. The sale...

One low bid at auction for Spanish ‘ghost airport’

One of Spain’s “ghost airports” – expensive projects that were virtually unused – received just one bid in a bankruptcy auction after costing some...

Five-fold increase in number of bankruptcies last year

The number of bankruptcies increased by almost 570% last year - with 448 people being declared bankrupt. An increase in bankruptcies was widely expected following...

China: The silent helper of nations

In today's economy, China has risen up to becoming one of the world's fastest growing economies. In the past 20 years China's GDP increased...

Number of shoppers in UK stores falls for second month in a row

The number of shoppers visiting UK stores fell for the second month in a row in May, figures show. Footfall was 1% lower last month...

UK Economy: Trade Imbalance and Unemployment

By Afolabi Thomas In the first quarter of 2015 the UK economy grew by about 0.3%, slower than the 0.6% growth recorded in the third...

Positive jobs news for US economy

US employers added a better-than-expected 280,000 jobs in May, showing that the economy has regained momentum after starting the year in a deep slump. Last...

How NEET are Young People in the UK?

How NEET are Young People in the UK? April 2015 (edited by Afolabi Thomas) The Office of National Statistics classifies NEET people (Young people aged 18 to...

Fed’s Williams expects above trend U.S. growth rest of the year

San Francisco Fed President John Williams said on Thursday he expects above-trend economic growth in the United States for the rest of the year...

Latest news

Boeing sells just one plane in June amid crisis in aviation

Boeing reported that customers cancelled orders for 60 of its grounded 737 Max jets in June, and the aircraft maker removed another 123 planes...

Pep Guardiola says Manchester City deserve apology after overturning Euro ban

Pep Guardiola believes Manchester City deserve an apology after successfully overturning their European ban. The City boss has hit out at rival clubs for what...

France says ‘merci’ to virus heroes on poignant Bastille Day

Medics in white coats replaced uniformed soldiers as stars of France’s Bastille Day ceremonies as the usual grandiose military parade was recalibrated to honour...

Chinese firm Huawei to be stripped out of UK 5G networks by 2027

Boris Johnson risked deepening tensions with Beijing after telecoms firms were ordered to strip Chinese tech giant Huawei’s equipment from 5G networks by 2027. The...

Samantha Womack settles phone hacking claim

Actress Samantha Womack has settled a damages action over phone hacking, the High Court has heard. The TV, film and stage star, best known for...
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