Jacinda Ardern leads effort to curb online extremism

Jacinda Ardern leads effort to curb online extremism

24 April 2019 Related TopicsChristchurch mosque shootings Image copyright Getty Images Image caption "It's critical that technology platforms like Facebook are not perverted as a tool for terrorism", Ms Ardern said New Zealand and France will lead efforts to stop the use of social media to...

Government borrowing lowest for 17 years

Government borrowing lowest for 17 years

24 April 2019 comments Image copyright Getty Images Government borrowing last year fell to its lowest annual level in 17 years, official figures show.Borrowing for the 2018-19 financial year was £24.7bn, £17.2bn less than in the previous financial year, the Office for National...

Unemployment in UK is the lowest in 20 years

Unemployment in UK is the lowest in 20 years

The increase in wage growth is a positive sign, and with the number of people without job per job vacancy also falling in recent months, economic theory would suggest that pressures on wages in future will be upwards. However recent history has showed that reality can challenge economic models says...

What does the election of Donald Trump mean for the U.S. stock market

What does the election of Donald Trump mean for the U.S. stock market

"Stocks will rally sharply under Trump's election win on hopes of not just corporate tax cuts, but also deregulation and government spending. He also promises a simplified tax system with tax cuts across the board. In my view bank equities will soar as Trump will implement deregulation of the...

Cancer Research Foundation holds 4th annual

Cancer Research Foundation holds 4th annual "Fight Cancer" luncheon

Cancer Research Foundation would would like to thank Mr Alan Green, senior analyst at Molton Wealth for holding 4th annual "Fight Cancer" luncheon with his co workers and co workers families. Once again the staff at Molton Wealth exceeded expectations and raised over £137,000 over the Course of...

Prosecutors threaten trial walk-outs in CPS pay row

Prosecutors threaten trial walk-outs in CPS pay row

23 April 2019 Image copyright PA Criminal barristers in England and Wales are threatening to walk out of trials or refuse new work over a pay row with the Crown Prosecution Service.The Criminal Bar Association says rates for prosecution work have not risen in 20 years and barristers can receive as...