News archive from 29 June 2016

Aylesbury sisters set to throw open doors of new bridal shop

Aylesbury sisters set to throw open doors of new bridal shop

0 Have your say Two sisters from Aylesbury are opening their dream bridal shop in Wendover this weekend. Two sisters from Aylesbury are opening their dream bridal shop in Wendover this weekend. Gerardina Taylor and Loredana Foster will throw open the...

 
Huge helium gas find in east Africa averts medical shortage

Huge helium gas find in east Africa averts medical shortage

The discovery of a vast reserve of helium in east Africa has allayed fears of a global shortage of the precious gas crucial for the running of brain scanners, major scientific facilities, and parties that require floating balloons and squeaky voices....

Guardian, 00:00 in Health
 
Arsenal target travels to England to complete Man City switch

Arsenal target travels to England to complete Man City switch

According to The Telegraph, the Spain international will have his medical in Manchester in the next 24 hours ahead of a £13.8m switch. They claim he will put pen to paper on a three-year contract at the Etihad. He is set to become Pep Guardiola’s...

Daily Star, 00:01 in Sport
 
Former Man United ace desperate for role with England after Euro 2016 disaster

Former Man United ace desperate for role with England after Euro 2016 disaster

Roy Hodgson resigned immediately after the dismal 2-1 defeat to Iceland at Euro 2016 on Monday evening. And the Daily Mirror claim Ferdinand wants to work with whoever is appointed as the new England manager. The former Manchester United defender...

Daily Star, 00:01 in Sport
 
BHS buyer Dominic Chappell was 'down on his uppers'

BHS buyer Dominic Chappell was 'down on his uppers'

A businessmen who introduced Dominic Chappell to Sir Philip Green said he "never thought in a million years" that he would end up running BHS. Paul Sutton said that Mr Chappell, who bought BHS from Sir Philip's retail empire, had initially...

BBC, 00:02 in Business
 
Railway sex attacker as young as 11 - police

Railway sex attacker as young as 11 - police

The assailant laughed as he left the scene at Stockport and later returned and spat at rail staff. British Transport Police is appealing for witnesses to the incidents which happened at about 3.45pm on Friday June 24. Pc Rebecca Swift said: "The...

 

What will really happen to house prices, fuel bills and taxes? We debunk the Brexit myths so you can plan...

Savers, borrowers and shoppers have been targeted for months with scare stories designed to stop them voting to leave the EU. But all the doom-mongering fell on deaf ears. So was there ever any truth to the warnings of house price falls, tax rises and...

 

MARKET REPORT: How savers' bets on the turmoil help Hargreaves Lansdown top the blue-chip leader board...

Online broker Hargreaves Lansdown topped the blue-chip leader board as the FTSE 100 index broke its post referendum slump by staging a 2.6 per cent rally. Although yesterday City stockbroker Numis lowered its Hargreaves Lansdown price target to 1308p,...

 

DIRECTOR'S DEALS: Said Darwazah, 59 chief exec, Hikma, buys £3.3m in shares

The boss of Hikma Pharmaceuticals has strengthened his stake in the company and bought £3.3million in shares. Chief executive Said Darwazah, whose father Samih set up Hikma Pharmaceuticals in 1978, bought 150,000 shares at a price of 2200p. It comes...

 

British banks could still thrive in Europe: Loophole may allow lenders to keep doing business with reforms...

A loophole in banking rules could allow financial giants based in the UK to keep trading in the EU after Brexit. Two little-known parts of legislation look set to be used by the big lenders to ensure they can keep doing business as they do now. It had...

 

Real-life R2-D2 set to take Christmas by storm: Bankers pile millions into robots that think

Cozmo the mini robot could be the toy that takes the world by storm this Christmas. The little droid uses artificial intelligence to learn tricks and interact with people.  Some are comparing the toy to R2-D2 from Star Wars and it is also attracting...

 

Safety net doubts over exotic banks: Savers could receive less compensation and find it harder to claim if...

Savers will continue to benefit from the same protection if their bank or building society goes bust. But, in the future, they could face changes to how much compensation they receive and find it more laborious to claim their money back. At present,...

 

ALEX BRUMMER: Rolls-Royce lifts Brexit despair as falling pound could add £40m to aero-engine...

British business came under intense pressure from Downing Street to be on side during the referendum. It was only the bravest of FTSE 100 chief executives who refused to be drawn into politics. In the final days of the campaign the BBC featured on...

 

Sir Shifty Philip Green 'must pay £400m' into BHS pension blackhole, says City grandee

Sir Philip Green could be forced to pay as much as £400m to fill the BHS pension black hole, a City grandee has claimed. Lord Myners, a former government minister who is working as a special adviser to parliament for its investigation into the...

 

Hopes falling pound could help Ocado secure overseas licensing deal as shares soar 15% on sales and profits...

Ocado could secure its long-awaited overseas licensing deal thanks to the falling pound. The online grocer has been pinning its hopes for the future on selling the technology for its ordering and warehouse system to firms overseas. Following Brexit,...

 


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