The government-commissioned inquiry into controversial working practices is set to call for employees on zero-hours contracts to be given the right to request a move onto fixed hours.
Steve Varley, EY’s UK chairman, warned of a ‘significant and worrying deterioration in investors’ longer-term expectations of the UK’s future evolution as an FDI location’
ITV and Eurosport to be on offer for the first time at extra cost, along with Discovery and reality TV channel Hayu
Royal Bank of Scotland is edging towards a £200m deal to avert an embarrassing and expensive High Court battle over its 2008 rights issue after making a last minute offer to aggrieved investors.
Sterling cracked through the psychologically important $1.30 mark for the first time since late September last week.
Workers may be suffering from lower pay as a result of their employers spending millions of pounds to keep their pension schemes afloat.
Meeting agreed after Picturehouse staff approached chairman at AGM following recent strike action by cinema workers.
Four carmakers, including Toyota and BMW, have agreed to pay $553m (£425m) to settle class-action lawsuits covering owners of recalled vehicles, fitted with potentially faulty Takata airbags.