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Brexit: weak pound threatens craft beer revolution, say brewers

Brexiters toasting a looming exit from the EU with a half quart of lager could be in for a calming stun, after some of Britain's top brewers cautioned that the frail pound is putting...

Will Brexit be a success? Academics devise tests to find out

England's exit from the EU must make the nation more prosperous and reasonable, keep up an open economy and increment individuals' vote based rights, a gathering of scholastics has asked in a rundown of...

Starbucks vows to hire 10,000 refugees as US companies condemn Trump travel ban

Starbucks has guaranteed to enlist 10,000 exiles more than five years because of Donald Trump's official request briefly notwithstanding outcasts access to the US and restricting section for anybody from seven lion's share Muslim...

Sir Christopher Bland obituary

For a man who had neglected to get a vocation as a writer on moving on from college, Sir Christopher Bland, who has passed on matured 78, was to leave an uncommon stamp as...

VW becomes world’s No 1 carmaker despite diesel emissions scandal

Volkswagen has turned into the world's greatest auto producer, overwhelming Toyota in the quantity of new vehicles sold in 2016 regardless of the harm it endured in the diesel outflows embarrassment. Toyota had been the...

Cash, cruises and sex parties: inside ex-HBOS manager’s £245m scam

At the tallness of the credit blast in 2005, an agent was sent by his supervisor to a corporate level in Portman Square in London's West End. In his grasp was an envelope containing about...

We may have less than five years to change how we learn, earn and...

Through the span of the most recent year, at the World Economic Forum and somewhere else, I have asked members two inquiries. To start with I request a show of hands on whether they...

Weetabix warns it may raise prices due to fall in pound since Brexit vote

Weetabix has cautioned that it might turn into the most recent purchaser brand to raise costs this year therefore of the pound's droop since the Brexit vote. The breakfast grain producer said if costs somehow...

China premier pledges: ‘We will make our skies blue again

BEIJING — Chinese Premier Li Keqiang promised Sunday to make the nation's smoggy skies blue again and "work quicker" to address contamination created by the smoldering of coal for warmth and power. His words to...

Britain’s housing crisis could be solved – if only the government wanted to

Individuals regularly say to me, "Jonn, why do you continue destroying parties by striking into about the lodging emergency?" And I generally disclose to them that the joke's on them, since I no longer...
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