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The case for farming subsidies after Brexit

George Monbiot makes numerous great focuses (Farmers fear life outside the EU, however it could mean a resurrection for country Britain, 11 January), including free markets' effect on little ranchers whose salaries fall in...

Transport trouble ahead as air, rail and tube strikes loom

More strikes are approaching over a scope of British transport administrations, with crisp activity declared on British Airways and Southern rail, and a final offer issued for another tube strike one month from now. Up...

When truck drivers tailgating is actually a good thing

Closely following will go up against new significance on U.S. roadways this year. Peloton, a start-up that in part mechanizes tractor-trailers, is joining forces with truck armada administration organization Omnitracs to convey its innovation to...

Top fund manager likens Trump market rally to dotcom bubble

England's best known reserve chief has compared the present securities exchange happiness to the dotcom bubble, even as the FTSE 100 shut at yet another record high. Following an unstable day's exchanging, the main list...

Brexit tourists’ exploit weak pound to boost UK high street sales

Armies of "Brexit visitors" ran to the UK to exploit the frail pound over Christmas, setting off a colossal ascent in spending on remote charge cards. Outside customers spent more than £725m on the British...

Amazon announces plans to create more than 100,000 US jobs

Amazon arrangements to make more than 100,000 employments in the United States, from programming advancement to distribution center work, turning into the most recent organization to brag a contracting binge since Donald Trump won...

Farmers helped elect Trump, but will their livelihoods actually improve?

The most huge occasion in nourishment and horticulture over the previous year did not happen on our homesteads. Nor did it happen in our industrial facilities, in our eateries or on our kitchen tables....

Saints and sinners in the pay cap debate

Your publication (The Guardian see on Corbyn and pay: close that crevice, 11 January) was completely ideal to state that "pay for those running FTSE organizations is too high" and you were all in...

BA cabin crew to hold further three-day strike over ‘poverty pay

Right around 3,000 lodge group from British Airways' blended armada branch at Heathrow will strike again one week from now in succession over what the union depicts as destitution pay. The group will exit for...
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