Monthly Archive: September 2017

Sep
29

Microsoft’s Satya Nadella: Judge us on value we add, not tax we pay

Satya Nadella speaks about the criticism facing large corporations like Microsoft over tax.

Sep
29

Asda recalls Little Angels baby food over plastic find

The supermarket told customers to return the beef and sweet potato ready meal.

Sep
29

Ryanair backs down over passenger rights for cancellations

Ryanair complies with regulator demands to update its website to explain how it will re-route customers.

Sep
29

Baby boomers are enjoying a second bite of the economic cherry | Larry Elliott

While older Britons have enjoyed two spending booms, millennials have been squeezed by flat incomes and rising housing costs

Philip Larkin famously said life was never better than in 1963, between the end of the ban on Lady Chatterley and the first Beatles LP. The former poet laureate was wrong. As far as younger people were concerned, it was just the start of a spending boom that went on for the rest of the century.

Related: Tories risk permanent loss of youth vote, says Willetts

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Sep
29

Tories risk permanent loss of youth vote, says Willetts

Ex-cabinet minister issues warning before conference as data shows lifestyles of those aged 25-34 falling behind older voters

The Conservative party risks permanently losing the support of younger voters unless Theresa May urgently tackles the challenges faced by the squeezed generation, the former Tory cabinet minister David Willetts has said.

Related: Baby boomers are enjoying a second bite of the economic cherry | Larry Elliott

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