... Off. � BoE's Dale: businesses trust in banks is broke � RSA chief resigns after discovery of �83m black hole at Irish arm � Housebuilding drives rise in UK construction in October � Household sentiment on property prices reaches 5-year high � FTSE lower ...
That must make a nice change. Even as Centrica, the owner of British Gas, continues to be classed as a public enemy in the UK, it is being greeted with open arms in Ireland.
ScottishPower Renewables has shelved plans to build a multi-billion pound offshore wind farm off the coast of Tiree after a study revealed the existence of basking sharks in the area.
A SELECT committee report saying the controversial HS2 project is essential for the UK and that its benefits �significantly outweigh� its risks has been accused of favouring spin over analysis by Chesham and Amersham MP Cheryl Gillan.
A "breakdown of trust" in banks by businesses could hamper Britain's economic recovery, the Bank of England's chief economist Spencer Dale has warned.