Wave of cash from rich firms will turbocharge the recovery, says Chancellor Rishi Sunak 

Wave of cash from rich firms will turbocharge the recovery, says Chancellor Rishi Sunak By Tom Witherow and Lucy White For The Daily Mail Published: 23:38 BST, 4 May 2021 | Updated: 23:38 BST, 4 May 2021 Cash-rich companies and consumers will unleash a wave of spending to turbo-charge Britain’s recovery from the pandemic, the … Read more

University of Chester slammed for charging its £280k-a-year vice chancellor LESS rent than students

University of Chester is slammed for charging its £280,000-a-year vice chancellor LESS rent than its students University of Chester has come under fire over plans to create an apartment for its vice chancellor and rent it to her for £28 a week less than what students pay Professor Eunice Simmons collects an annual salary and … Read more

University of Chester slammed for charging its £280k-a-year vice chancellor LESS rent than students

University of Chester is slammed for charging its £280,000-a-year vice chancellor LESS rent than its students University of Chester has come under fire over plans to create an apartment for its vice chancellor and rent it to her for £28 a week less than what students pay Professor Eunice Simmons collects an annual salary and … Read more

Puppies can be so taxing! Former Chancellor George Osborne gets the runaround from his Labrador 

Puppies can be so taxing, George! Labrador is pictured giving ex-Chancellor, 49, the runaround – days after he announced his engagement to his pregnant former aide, 39 Former chancellor George Osborne was out with his new fox-red Labrador puppy He had taken the young dog to The Mutz Nutz grooming salon in Notting Hill Fortunately … Read more

Keir Starmer ‘could sack shadow chancellor’ amid poll woes

Keir Starmer ‘could sack shadow chancellor’ in bid to revive Labour’s fortunes as poll shows party is EIGHT POINTS behind the Tories Keir Starmer said to be looking at replacing shadow chancellor Anneliese Dodds  A Deltapoll survey for The Mail on Sunday puts the Conservatives on 44 per cent  Labour behind on 36,as public supports … Read more

Germany’s Chancellor Merkel blames Kent variant as she cancels Easter

Germany extended its lockdown measures by another month and imposed several new restrictions, including largely shutting down public life over Easter, in an effort to drive down the rate of coronavirus infections. Chancellor Angela Merkel announced the measures early this morning after a lengthy video call with the country’s 16 state governors, nearly three weeks … Read more

Chancellor Rishi Sunak delays decision on online sales tax

Chancellor Rishi Sunak delays decision on online sales tax until autumn amid hope of global tax reform By Daily Mail City & Finance Reporter Published: 21:50 GMT, 21 March 2021 | Updated: 21:50 GMT, 21 March 2021 Chancellor Rishi Sunak has delayed a decision on an online sales tax until the autumn amid hope of … Read more

Chancellor Rishi Sunak may offer health workers a one-off bonus to defuse the row over NHS pay

Chancellor Rishi Sunak may offer health workers a one-off bonus to defuse the row over NHS pay Unions angered by a proposed one per cent rise for NHS, threatening strikes  In response, Ministers said rest of the public sector was having a pay freeze  Sources claim a one off bonus could avoid a U-turn and … Read more

Chancellor to be grilled by Treasury committee

Chancellor to be grilled by Treasury committee on how he expects small firms to repay their mountains of debt taken on in pandemic By Emma Dunkley, Financial Mail On Sunday Published: 21:50 GMT, 6 March 2021 | Updated: 21:51 GMT, 6 March 2021 Rishi Sunak will be grilled by the influential Treasury committee this week … Read more

Chancellor picked our pockets, but it was no full-scale mugging

Smiling assassin: Chancellor Rishi Sunak Let’s be honest, it could have been worse. For weeks, we (the great British public) had been primed to fear the worst. Middle England’s pensions and investments, we were told, would be raided to pay for the Government’s stoic financial support of the economy – businesses and households – through … Read more