The rolls used in Subway’s hot sandwiches contain too much sugar to be considered bread, according to Ireland’s Supreme Court.
The EU has launched legal action against Boris Johnson’s government over breaching the terms of the withdrawal agreement.
More than a third of UK employers plan to make staff redundant over the next three months, according to research warning of a cascade of job losses caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Only 22 per cent of rent for the nation’s shops, offices and warehouses has been collected for the final quarter.
Compass Group said it expected to return to break-even at a trading level in the fourth quarter on the back of the reopening of units, an increase in volumes and “a relentless focus” on efficiencies.
TSB is to take the axe to one seventh of its workforce and one third of its branches in a drastic attempt to adjust to changing customer behaviour and the headwinds created by Covid-19.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) has launched an Apprentice Support Programme to help safeguard the jobs of apprentices currently working for SMEs within the automotive industry.
The 10pm curfew on pubs, bars and restaurants in England should be reviewed every three weeks and scrapped if found to be ineffective