Insolvencies climb, inflation soars, can UK businesses survive?
After the shocks of Covid, Brexit and now the war in Ukraine, can the UK economy get through a period of high...READ MORE
Britain’s employers cut more jobs from July to September than in any quarter for four years, according to official data, which highlighted how the labour market is slowing as an election nears although the fall was smaller than economists forecast.
Strong jobs growth has been a silver lining of the Brexit crisis for British workers as companies hired staff rather than make longer-term commitments to investment.
Read more at Reuters.