Currency exchange giant ICE set to change hands

Currency exchange giant ICE set to change hands for £150m after Chinese owner puts it up for sale Houlihan Lokey have been appointed to sell International Currency Exchange  ICE is owned by Chinese conglomerate HNA that declared itself bankrupt ICE has more than 350 outlets, many in airports across the world By Ben Harrington and Emma … Read more

Senior treasury officials ‘offered to change rules of Covid support scheme for Greensill Capital’

Senior treasury officials offered to try to redesign a coronavirus business support scheme to help David Cameron, it has emerged. It comes as the former Prime Minister has been embroiled in controversy over texts asking Chancellor Rishi Sunak to support his employer Greensill Capital. Top officials went on to try to find a way for … Read more

Pregnant EastEnders star Louisa Lytton shows off her baby bump in fun maternity outfit change video

She is expecting her first child with fiancé Ben Bhanvra. And Louisa Lytton took to Instagram on Friday to show off her baby bump in a range of maternity outfits for a fun video. The pregnant EastEnders star, 32, looked radiant as her pet dog Riley joined her in the sweet footage. Oh baby! Louisa Lytton took to Instagram … Read more

Britney Spears displays her toned figure in a sheer leopard print catsuit during outfit change video

She recently denied claims that she has no control over her Instagram activity after a post was made about the controversial Framing Britney Spears documentary. And Britney Spears put the drama behind her as she shared a fun video where she wowed in a sheer leopard print catsuit. In the Instagram video to Pharrell Williams’ Happy, the … Read more

Farmers slam Blue Peter for encouraging children to stop eating meat for climate change challenge

Farmers and parents have slammed Blue Peter for encouraging children to stop eating meat after the TV show urged viewers to go vegetarian for a climate change challenge.  The children’s series is offering green badges – similar to the famous blue ones – to youngsters who are environmentally friendly as part of a two-week pledge. Sports … Read more

Experts fear polar bears lack skills to find new food as they adapt to climate change 

Foraging peril of polar bears as experts fear they could lack skills to find new food as they adapt to climate change Researchers studied polar bears in Canadian Arctic tracking them over 11 days Bears usually hunt seals from floating ice but climate change means ice melted Bears have resorted to eating birds eggs on … Read more

Climate change has sparked a mass exodus of nearly 50,000 marine species from the equator

On June 23, 1988, a sultry day in Washington, James Hansen told Congress and the world that global warming wasn’t approaching – it had already arrived.  The testimony of the top NASA scientist, said Rice University historian Douglas Brinkley, was ‘the opening salvo of the age of climate change.’ Thirty years later, it’s clear that … Read more

Homeowners will have to turn down radiators by 10C if Britain is to hit climate change targets

  ELECTRIC VEHICLES  PM’S PLAN: Boris Johnson has vowed to ‘ban new sales of petrol and diesel cars by 2030’ . He announced £2.8billion in funding as part of his ten-point green plan, including £1.3billon on the rollout of electric car charging points. REALITY: The 2030 target is viewed by the industry as ‘incredibly ambitious’ with … Read more

Prince William warns humans must avoid climate change disaster

Charles called on world leaders to give their support to the ‘Terra Carta’ – a new initiative providing the basis of a sustainable recovery plan for Nature, People and Planet at the heart of global value creation.  The Terra Carta (Earth Charter), ‘provides a roadmap to 2030 for businesses to move towards an ambitious and … Read more

Climate change slashed global food productivity by more than 20% in the past 60 years, study reveals

Climate change has slashed global food productivity by more than 20% in the past 60 years, study reveals Farmers are growing a fifth less food than if weather were the same as in 1961 In warmer areas like Latin America and Africa, the drop is as high as 34 percent The US only saw slows … Read more