News archive from 12 January 2015

Jaguar Land Rover to recruit 1,300 new staff to build latest model

Jaguar Land Rover to recruit 1,300 new staff to build latest model

Carmaker Jaguar Land Rover is creating 1,300 new jobs after announcing its newest model will be made in Britain. The announcement has been hailed by the government as a ringing endorsement of the health of the UK’s automotive industry and a boost for...

Guardian, 00:02 in Business
 
Bank governor may be forced to write open letter explaining low inflation

Bank governor may be forced to write open letter explaining low inflation

Mark Carney finds out this week if he will be the first governor since Bank of England independence in 1997 to write an open letter to the chancellor explaining why inflation is so low. An oil market slump, a supermarket price war and a freeze on...

Guardian, 00:02 in Business
 
Brian Monteith: Jim Murphy leading Labour comeback

Brian Monteith: Jim Murphy leading Labour comeback

CHRISTMAS is but a memory and Hogmanay less than a hangover, but Jim Murphy has already hit the ground running, intent on turning 2015 into the year Scottish Labour bounced back from what has been predicted to be an embarrassingly huge defeat in...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Politics
 
Lesley Riddoch: Sadly, we are not all Charlie

Lesley Riddoch: Sadly, we are not all Charlie

JE SUIS ce que je suis, mais je ne suis pas que ce je suis. My dad used to enjoy this Gallic play on words. Je suis means "I follow" as well as "I am" in French, so the apparently nonsensical sentence is actually quite profound -...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Politics
 
Jaguar to create 1,300 UK jobs as firm launches first SUV

Jaguar to create 1,300 UK jobs as firm launches first SUV

Jaguar Land Rover will create 1,300 new jobs in the UK to build its first ever sports utility vehicle (SUV) model. The jobs will be based at its Solihull plant in the West Midlands. The luxury car firm, owned by India's Tata Motors, said it had chosen...

BBC, 00:09 in Business
 
Modi Mania: The summit which defines India's optimism

Modi Mania: The summit which defines India's optimism

Stalls selling clothes don't usually feature at conferences dedicated to foreign investment. At Vibrant Gujarat 2015 they have made an exception, though shoppers can choose between just two items: a collarless jacket or a collarless shirt,...

BBC, 00:09 in Business
 
David Cameron: Labour election win would put UK on path to ruin

David Cameron: Labour election win would put UK on path to ruin

Britain will be on the “path to ruin” if Labour takes charge of the public finances, David Cameron will say on Monday as he warns parents and grandparents of the dangers to future generations if the country fails to deal with its debts. As Miliband...

Guardian, 00:11 in Politics
 
Anti-terror bill a threat to academic freedom, MPs tell Theresa May

Anti-terror bill a threat to academic freedom, MPs tell Theresa May

Universities should be exempt from a new counter-terror duty that could seriously restrict academic freedom of speech, MPs and peers have told the home secretary, Theresa May. The warning from parliament’s joint human rights committee comes before the...

Guardian, 00:11 in Politics
 

Bankers see good omens for raising cash on Europe's stock markets

Santander found investors eager for a 7.5 billion euro ($8.9 billion) share sale announced on Jan. 8, with books being covered in just an hour. And despite the New Year holiday, bankers seized the opportunity on Jan. 2 to relaunch German cable...

 

Tensions high after QPR slump to record away defeat at Burnley

The experienced former Ireland international and veteran left back Clint Hill both clashed with travelling supporters at the end of a tenth straight loss away from home as Burnley used their shoulders to climb away from the drop zone. Dunne only...

 

'Give him the job': Jose Mourinho lauds John Carver after Newcastle scare Chelsea

But as far as Jose Mourinho is concerned, they should hand the job to John Carver. The Toon's caretaker manager has got his side playing some spritely, committed attacking football and they gave Chelsea such a scare on Saturday that Mourinho turned to...

 

Alan Pardew to build upon Wilfried Zaha 'cameo' after dazzling display against Spurs

It would be glibness of Partidgian proportions to suggest that the simple introduction of Wilfried Zaha by the new Palace boss 17 minutes from time secured the win against one of the Premier League's most in-form teams. But it is a ruse that certainly...

 
Benefiting from healthy school meals award in Barnsley East

Benefiting from healthy school meals award in Barnsley East

The schools catering service, covering children in Barnsley East and elsewhere in the district, has been awarded the bronze level Food for Life Catering Mark Award. The Catering Mark is awarded by the Soil Association following in-depth inspection of...

 

Mind the gap in multi-speed world economy after oil plunge

On the face of it, lower energy bills should give consumers and companies more money to spend and boost economic growth, at least for oil importers. But for those countries facing stagnation or even deflation the prospect of downward pressure on...

Reuters, 00:15 in Business
 

Big Dinner auction: breakfast with Lorraine Kelly

Lorraine Kelly OBE and darling of our TV screens for 30 years is offering breakfast rather than "dinner" because Lorraine is a morning girl! Lorraine, host of the ITV morning show called after her, will take two of you for a posh breakfast...

 


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