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Why Media Support New Digital Presence for East Gate Llanelli
Why Media Teams Up With LMRT Design To Create New Website For Larkfleet Renewables
Thames Valley Park Appoints Why Media to Deliver Digital Strategy
Why Media Create New Website For Woking Shopping
Woking Shopping Wins BCSC Refurbishment Award 2014
A New Website for The Heart Shopping Centre
Estates Gazette Marketing Summit London 2015
Commercial Space In Northampton Creates Brand and Simple To Use Website For New Occupiers
Life as a New Recruit at Why Media
WHY MEDIA SPONSORS ESTATES GAZETTE 2ND ANNUAL MARKETING SUMMIT
Why Media Delivers Innovative Website for Hempstead Valley Shopping Centre
CBRE PREDICTS SUSTAINED PROPERTY INVESTMENT IN 2016
10 Online Marketing Metrics You Need To Be Measuring
Twitter rumoured to be changing character limit from 140 to 10,000 as it unveils new ad format
Five brands that got social media right in 2015
Top 5 Digital Marketing Trends to prepare for in 2016
Apple just registered the 'Apple.Car' web address
Apple buys AI startup Emotient that recognises reactions to adverts
What #Twitter10k means for content marketers
Internet Explorer is dead: Microsoft to stop supporting early versions today as it begins to kill off browser
5 Social Media Marketing Trends For 2016 - #infographic
You can now watch Periscope live streams on Twitter instead of through app
WhatsApp will open up to brands this year but rules out third-party ads
Improving SEO with Video
NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS TO HELP YOUR BUSINESS THRIVE IN 2016
What trends will drive #DigitalMarketing success in 2016
RESOLVED: TOP 5 FRUSTRATIONS WHEN WORKING WITH DESIGN AND MARKETING AGENCIES
iPhone 7: is Apple planning to launch superfast Li-Fi capabilities
Samsung is opening a studio dedicated to VR production
Facebook is making some MAJOR changes to YOUR WhatsApp data
Why WhatsApp's brand plans will revolutionise mobile marketing
Global social ad spend doubled at the end of 2015 thanks to Facebook’s improved ad offering
LinkedIn UK signs up 20 million members
Young people spend more time online than watching TV for first time
Retailers are Falling Short of Consumer Omni-Channel Expectations
Google's parent company Alphabet posts quarterly revenues of $21bn
Facebook: News Feed Algorithm Now More Influenced By User Feedback & Surveys
Twitter animated GIF button being tested on selected users
What will the mobile world look like in 2020? Predictions suggest smart devices, mobile video and connections skyrocketing
The wait is over! Instagram finally lets you switch between accounts
The Increase of Emojis in Marketing
Sir John Major to speak at Peterborough Cathedral Nave Dinner
Bounce Rate Analysis (Infographic)
WHY MEDIA ATTENDS THE MAYOR'S 1940'S CHARITY DINNER IN PETERBOROUGH
How The Digital Age Has Changed Marketing Channels Forever
Why Do Consumers Increasingly Want to Be Less Connected, Not More?
How the Internet of Things will open up a new relationship between brands and consumers
Facebook Emoji Likely To Make Advertisers Smile
Setting SMART Digital Marketing Goals
Mark Zuckerberg's favourite book 'Ready Player One' set for the big screen
David Davis makes the case for Brexit
Snapchat for Marketeers
Brookfield and Mace go head to head for Great Portland Estate’s Hanover Square Estate
Latest Always #LikeAGirl ad says emojis are limiting girls and calls for ‘unstoppable’ representation
Can you spot the hidden meaning in these 13 famous logos?
Best Time to Post on Social Media (Infographic)
WHY MEDIA TALKS EDUCATION WITH SECRETARY OF EDUCATION NICKY MORGAN
MIPIM Day 3: Proptech investment, Coworking & Booming Brazil
The future of design with emerging technology
Facebook introduces usernames and scannable codes to Messenger
6 Social Media Trends That Will Take Over 2016
What Facebook Reactions Mean For Your Marketing Strategy
Future 100 Trends and Change to Watch in 2016
Barclays Premier League Winds Down Along With Bank's Ambitions
How to Find the Best Twitter Hashtags
10 Instagram Hacks That Actually Work
Palace Capital plc are pleased to be included in The Leap 100 2016: The definitive list of fast-growth companies
The Social Media Manager’s Daily Checklist
8 Qualities of a Kick-Ass Social Media Team
Practice mindfulness throughout your work day
Could design have saved BHS?
WHY MEDIA ATTENDS STRICTLY RAZZMATAZZ EVENT IN PETERBOROUGH IN SUPPORT OF NSPCC
Google's latest app, Spaces, aims to simplify group sharing
TOP MARKETING TRENDS FOR 2016
Instagram Debuts A Colorful New Icon With A Simpler Camera Design
Facebook home page could be split apart, creating numerous news feeds based around topics
Instagram’s code hints at option to pay to boost posts
Volvo Teasing a New Model On Snapchat is Kind of Genius
Why Twitter and Facebook Are Focusing on Live Events
Why is Microsoft buying LinkedIn for $26.2bn? CEO Satya Nadella explains
WHY MEDIA SPONSORS ESTATES GAZETTE RETAIL SUMMIT 2016
Why Media Design Interactive Annual Report for Palace Capital plc
How Design can influence our vote in the EU Referendum
Tesla Will Become a $700 Billion Gorilla, Top Investor Suggests
Reaction from the marketing industry emerges in the wake of Brexit and Cameron's resignation
Why Media Attends Peterborough 900 Dinner with Sir John Major
Why Media Creates New Responsive Website for Martin's Properties
Why Media Completes Branding for Vale International Group
BBC Launches £400,000 Annual Report Redesign Tender
A Record Month for Leading Marketing Agency, Why Media Post-Brexit
As Facebook becomes the dominant source for news, Google tries to make friends with the press
Marketers must focus on ‘great work that brings business results’ following interest rates cut
Secret Marketer: Agile thinking encourages experimentation and leads to better marketing ideas
Google Launches Duo but will it out do Facetime?
13 Years On, Facebook Continues to be the Market Leader in Social Media Engagement.
Hands on with the Apple iPhone 7 and 7 Plus
Apple's iPhone 7 Vs Samsung's Galaxy S7
What’s on the Cards for the new iPhone...7?
23 Things You Can Do in iOS 10 You Couldn't Before
Snapchat launches sunglasses which shoot video
Why Media Stream Live Content - fDi Forum 2016
Technology For Marketing 2016, Highlights and Trends
Google designs free, open source font for all the world’s languages
Piccadilly Circus billboards could be replaced by a £30m mega-screen
Mastercard confident consumers will use selfies to make payments
Google Pixel Has Launched, But How Will it Rival Apple?
Why Media Get 100% for Social Media Management in Mystery Shopper Experiment
Apple launches new MacBook Pro laptop with Touch Bar for instant emoji
Vine May be Dead but Video Isn't Going Anywhere
Twitter Says Goodbye to Vine
Why Media Attends the Mayor of Peterborough's Halloween Ball
How Will Donald Trump Affect Brexit Britain?
Marketing in the age of Trump
Instagram vs Snapchat
Facebook to be the New Snapchat?
Autumn Statement 2016: how will it affect designers?
Retail Brands Or Political Brands?: Amanda Wakeley And Mulberry Versus Morgan And May
Why Media Sponsors the Bond Street Awards
Leading Journalist Zak Mir joins Why Media
Web Design Trends 2017
Chinese keep buying London property despite Brexit
#tagsandthecity Create an Alternative Tube Map
Chinese Investment Into Manchester Property Doubles
Patrick Tsang Chairman Why Media "Digital Media Needs a Watchdog/Industry Standard"
Time to dump the Trump Bump? asks Zak Mir
Did you know it's reported that 9 out of 10 new business services are found on Google?
A New Digital Marketing Favourite? The $25bn Snapchat Conundrum
Can Social Media Help When Bad Customer Service Means A Bad Brand?
Unilever suffers 'Marmitegate' - is this karma? asks analyst Zak Mir
Instagram lets you post up to 10 photos or videos as 1 swipeable carousel
Purplebricks: Building Across The Pond
The Future of Creativity in an Automated World
Facebook Introduces ‘Disputed’ Label for Fake News Stories
Facebook Hosts 24-Hour Livestream event for International Women's Day
Snapchat makes first foray into politics with voter registration filter
Expedia jumping on the VR bandwagon could mean big things for hotels
CFOs back marketing as 31% say they will raise budgets over the next year
UK ad spend hits record £21.4bn as digital dominates again
The Rise of Augmented Reality
Are the financial markets back from the brink? asks Zak Mir
Instagram Gives Snapchat A Run For It's Money With New “Face Filters”
YouTube unveils first own-brand typeface
The Power of Social Media and How it United a County in a Time of Need
Did The Conservatives Miss a Social Media and Marketing Trick?
How Mobile Video Streaming is Dominating the Digital World
How the impact of EU’s new GDPR will change marketing practices
How Snapchat’s New Snap Map Can Help Your Business Track Return on Investment
Facebook now has 2 billion monthly users… and responsibility
WhatsApp rises as a major force in news media
This World Social Media Day is all About Business
The Big Debate: Is becoming an ‘ecosystem’ brand the only way to win customer loyalty?
Nike set to sell on Instagram as it looks to appeal to younger customers
Google Advertising: The Myth & The Power
How Your Website Can Affect Your Brand
Email Marketing is still in full power after all these years
The Humanisation of Marketing: Why it is Such a Hot Topic
The Year of GIF-Mania
Rise of Social Seniors
Why Animation is Important
Why Every Business Should Be Using More Than One Social Media Platform
Google Forced to Make Mobile Search Updates to Compete with Facebook
The Power of Branding
The Rise of Social Media Messaging For Business
Go Digital, Or Go Home
The Rise of AI: Amazon Echo vs Google Home: Who Is The Winner?
Why B2B and B2C companies need to be on social media
The Era of Voice Search: Is Your SEO Ready?
Is Agile Marketing The Way Forward?
Google Are Officially Supreme
Why Media Rebrands United Oil and Gas PLC Ahead of IPO
The Importance of Outreach Marketing and how to implement it
Facebook Vs. YouTube
Why Media Completes Rebrand for GKL Group
Video Content Isn't Going Anywhere!
The Power of AI and Why You Should Use It
The Millennial Marketing Mix - How to Engage the Selfie Generation
Why is marketing good for business-to-business companies?
Why Media Shortlisted For 2018 Revo Purple Apple Award for Digital Marketing;
Facebook Stories & Instagram Stories Link
BAM Nutall Wins Award
Winning the War of SEO
Are you GDPR Ready?
APPLE’S iOS 12 OUT AND EXCITING?
Optiva Securities Launch A New Website
Google Shuts Down Social Network Google+
Why Media Creates Bespoke Brand Identity & Website For Rivera Property Consultants
Emily Joins The Marketing Team
What's Hot and Not In Digital Marketing 2018
Why Media Ranks 3rd in the Region for County Square Shopping Centre Social Media Management
A Quicker, Smarter Website for The Heart Shopping Centre
Meet Us At MIPIM!
The Malthouse Pontefract: A New Collaboration with FitzWilliam Capital Partners
Effectively Measuring Your Brands Purpose
A Bespoke Website for The London Management Company
Voice Tech to Become a Marketing Must in 2019
Protect Your Brand Against Brexit and be Proactive
MARKETING TO ATTRACT NEW TALENT IN 2019!
Why Understanding Marketing Requirements for the Property Sector in a Turbulent Economy is important!
Collaboration with Bovis Homes to Deliver Website for Stanton Cross Wellingborough
Digital Marketing: The Cost Effective Way to Reach Your Customers
Graphic Design, Branding and Website Services for ACAI Group
Website Design for the Best User Experience
FaceCoin - How will currency contribute to the evolution of the social media giant?
‘The World Wide Web Turns 30’
Quarter 1 Design & Web Showcase
Allowing younger students to be more involved and inspired by Design
WSW Projects website launch
Epsom Surrey, More Ups Than Downs
Why Media deliver brand identity & bespoke website for Phily Estates.
Pantone - Colour of the Year
2019 The Year for Rebranding, Websites and Video Production
2020 Trends for TYPOGRAPHY
How We Shop: The Next Decade
2020 Kickstarts a Positive Projection for Shopping Centre Footfall
Why Media Reappointed by The Victoria Shopping Centre, Southend
WHY MEDIA SHORTLISTED FOR REVO PURPLE APPLE AWARD 2020
WHY MEDIA EXPANDS GRAPHIC DESIGN DEPARTMENT WITH MATTHEW HANCOCKS
Why Media Expands Marketing Department
COVID-19 HAS EXPLOSIVE AFFECT ON TIK TOK
WHY MEDIA MARKETING TEAM EXPANDS WITH ARRIVAL OF HUGO
WHY MEDIA & SSC PROVIDING SAFE SPACE CERTIFICATION
LAW FIRMS TURN TO DIGITAL MARKETING
Unbranded Finance Retain Why Media For Design & Digital Services
SEO and Why it Matters
UK SEES AN INFLUX IN HONG KONG INVESTORS AFTER IMMIGRATION LAW CHANGES
ANTHONY MARTIN OWNER & FOUNDER OF ONE OF THE UK’S LEADING ESTATE AGENCY CHAINS APPOINTS WHY MEDIA
Instagram Set to Trump Twitter as Leading News Source
WHY MEDIA WELCOMES STAMP DUTY HOLIDAY FOR THEIR CLIENTS
Why Media, Resolute Asset Management (RAM) & BNP Paribas Real Estate Spain work together in La Marina Shopping Centre
WHY MEDIA, RESOLUTE ASSET MANAGEMENT (RAM) & CHAPMAN TAYLOR ARCHITECTS, WORKING TOGETHER IN SPAIN!
Why Digital Marketing Is More Important Than Ever in a Post Covid World
El Centro Comercial La Marina de Finestrat se someterá a una remodelación integral
Good News, Mall Operator Hammerson Raises £825M Ensuring Survival Post COVID-19
Angelina Patterson joins Why Media’s International Design, Marketing and Digital Team
Charles Rich A Leading International Consultant Chooses Why Media For Branding & New Bespoke Website
Why Media Spain Secures Raorsome New Collaboration for Centro Comercial La Marina
What is Design Thinking and Why is it so Important?
Christos Karolemeas Joins Leading Marketing and Design Agency, Why Media, and expands the Web Development Team
Are you Utilising Social Media Intelligence Post-COVID?
UK BOILER CARE APPOINTS WHY MEDIA FOR REBRAND
CHAPMAN TAYLOR SUPPORTING ON REMODELLING OF LA MARINA DE FINESTRAT SHOPPING CENTRE IN ALICANTE
Chapman Taylor, working with Resolute Asset Management and Why Media have been appointed
Why Digital Marketing Is So Important In Real Estate Business?
Walton-on-Thames receives full signage suite update, including design and production
GKL DEVELOPMENTS ARE PLEASED TO REPORT OVER 50% SOLD AT ST JUDES COURT, WHITTLESEY
Anthony Martin Chooses Why Media For Rebranding & New Bespoke Website
Statom Group invest £3.5million in construction equipment
Leading Marketing and Design Agency, Why Media Announces New Technical Projects Lead Role for Carl Piper in the UK & Europe
LEADING FRENCH ACCESSORIES BRAND MOA TO OPEN THEIR FIRST STORE IN SPAIN
“easym” Making Mortgages Simple
Why Media Wins New Instruction From Leading Construction Client Statom Group
Amie Slattery & Darcy Slattery Join Leading Marketing and Design Agency, Why Media, to Bolster the International PR & Marketing Team in Spain
MOA will open its only store in Spain in La Marina
UKBC UNVEIL THEIR NEW IDENTITY
HARLINGTON LAW SOLICITORS APPOINTS WHY MEDIA
КРУПНЕЙШАЯ СТРОИТЕЛЬНАЯ КОМПАНИЯ STATOM GROUP ВЫБРАЛА WHY MEDIA ДЛЯ ПРОВЕДЕНИЯ ПОЛНОГО РЕБРЕНДИНГА
Statom Group invests £3.5m in PERI systems
SOCIAL MEDIA SUCCESS AT CENTRO COMERCIAL LA MARINA NOVEMBER 2020
LA MARINA LAUNCH BEAUTIFUL FESTIVE DECORATIONS FOR CHRISTMAS 2020
Leading Estate Agents Anthony Martin Predict a Bumper Christmas 2020
Chocolates Marcos Tonda opens a store in the La Marina de Finestrat shopping center
Pantone Announces its Colour of the Year 2021
The Covid pandemic has dramatically highlighted the extent to which businesses are at the mercy of government policy. Post-Brexit, much more will change, so now is the time to get your voice heard, says our founder Stewart Jackson.
SMART SHOPPING CENTRE OWNERS ARE EMBRACING POSITIVE TRENDS IN THE RETAIL INDUSTRY IN 2021
The UK to become the Singapore of Europe - Yes Please!
WHY MEDIA DELIVERS CUSTOM MAGAZINE FOR ANTHONY MARTIN ESTATE AGENTS
Why Media Get Behind O&H Hampton’s New Brand & Website
Forget Frankfurt and Paris, says Barclays boss
Record household spending spree to regenerate British economy after pandemic
UK High Streets Brace For Change Not Retirement
Why Media Welcomes New Talent to the Team
Why Media Delivers Exciting New Brand and Marketing Strategy for the Newest Kid on the Mortgage Block!
Why Media’s Spanish Expansion Takes Off in 2020/2021
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT RISHI SUNAK’S SPRING 2021 BUDGET
Why Media on track for a record year after five client wins in one month
Gary Stokes who appeared in the popular Netflix Original Film “Seaspiracy” gets behind Why Media and Resolute Asset Management's efforts to protect our seas
Environmentally Friendly Websites are the Future of the Website Development
ASÍ ESTÁ SIENDO LA RENOVACIÓN DE LA MARINA EN FINESTRAT
Terra Natura Benidorm y el Centro Comercial La Marina se unen para fomentar la conservación de la biodiversidad
Off Limits Entertainment Appoint Why Media for Website Overhaul
SANTIAGO RAMIREZ SEES PROMOTED TO EUROPEAN MARKETING MANAGER
Terrace renovations nearly complete at La Marina Shopping Centre in Finestrat, Alicante
Welling United new main sponsors
NUEVAS APERTURAS EN LA MARINA
DESPITE BREXIT, DESPITE COVID, WHY MEDIA OPENS THEIR SECOND EUROPEAN OFFICE IN EIGHTEEN MONTHS!
Statom Group Gets Behind Erith Town Football Club with Significant Sponsorship
Blue Whale growth fund: Share price breaks through £2 mark - double £1 launch price nearly four years ago
UK retail sales post strongest quarter on record
WHY MEDIA BEST CREATIVE & MARKETING AGENCY OF THE YEAR 2021
Why all high street brands should embrace ‘experience retail’ (or risk disappearing)
FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 2010 THE RETAIL PARK AT LA MARINA ACHIEVES 100% OCCUPANCY
Italy, Spain Economies Set to Expand at Fastest Rate Since 1970s
Why Media: “ A London - Paris design and marketing connection is possible”
Why Media and the question Why?
Age Appropriate Design Code. Are you ready?
Devine Group experiences an exceptional Summer of Growth
La Marina Shopping Centre will be one of the main sponsors of the Finestrat volleyball club
Why Media Delivers Fun-Fill Community Event and Raises Over £1,600 For Charity
Walton-On-Thames shows local charity some love with over £1,600 raised for Great Ormond Street Hospital & Momentum Children's Charity
Devine Group Gives Back to the Billinghurst Community with Upgraded Doctors Surgery
Devine Group Delivers Major Investment In Plant Equipment With Hitachi & Takeuchi
Rabindranath Tagore's London house up for sale
Excceding 2019 football expectations at leading Spanish Shopping Centre
Nexa FM, the first radio station in a Shopping Centre in the Valencian community, opens its doors at La Marina Finestrat
Business rates tackled! A much-needed boost for the retail, hospitality + leisure sectors as Rishi Sunak announces the most significant single tax reduction in 30 years!
Un’impiegata appassionata si unisce all team italiano di Why Media
Eleanor Tingley becomes part of the marketing team at Why Media autumn 2021
London’s West End busier than pre-Covid for first time
Commercial property bounces back as workers return and shoppers hit the High Street
Why Media Hosting Packages
Why Media Newsletter December 2021
Don't remove bad reviews on Google, go to court and get awarded up to £7,400
Marketing & The Metaverse. How will Web3 change the digital, design and marketing landscape?
Why Media's Technical Projects Lead for the UK & Europe, Carl Piper. Background & Bio.
Marketing Trends to Grow Your Business in 2022!
Save the Children to ditch font designed by paedophile artist Eric Gill
6 Conseils pour exploiter les tendances du marketing
Tutum Health Appoints Why Media to Deliver Brand Exposure and Marketing Campaign for Hospital-Made Disinfectant Brand Pathisol
Why Media Collaborates with The Car Wash Company to Deliver Brand Awareness and Digital Marketing Campaign
Hoxton Spirits receives £1m investment from Optiva Securities
Why TikTok is Very Much on the Agenda of Businesses.
Why Media Delivers Footfall-Driving Initiative at La Marina Shopping Centre in collaboration with Neus Saiz
Savills - Central London Retail Market in Minutes
Anthony Martin Estate Agents - Bank of England Announces Interest Rates are Rising to 0.75% Time To Move?
Hertfordshire’s Most Instagramable Venue Appoints Why Media to Deliver Marketing & PR Strategy, and Here’s Why.
BBC News - Electric car chargepoints to overtake fuel pumps
Why Media Shows Support for Ukraine with Sponsorship of Tough Mudder
Revealed! The 10 most popular ISA funds among UK investors in 2022
Why Media adds to its UK marketing team with the arrival of Beth Mills
Unicef - Childhood upended by war in Ukraine
Why Media Once Again is Announced “Best Creative Digital Marketing & Design Agency” of 2022 at the Business Elite Awards
Fantastic News As Why Media begins MODX 3.0 Rollout
Why Media’s Award-Winning Marketing Team Shares the Latest Updates Launched by all Social Media Channels in April 2022
Department for Transport appoints new HS2 Residents’ Commissioner
Harris Associates show their commitment to sustainability with EV charging units installation at a prestigious London development
From Marketing Assistant to Marketing Manager, Didier Closset Sees Impressive Promotion at Why Media.
Why Larry Gagosian Bought Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe Portrait For A Record $195 Million
Shopping Centre Wayfinding Solutions
IMPROVEMENTS CONTINUE AT THE MARINA BAIXA’S FAVOURITE SHOPPING CENTRE
Win a £100 to spend at Sushi Samba with Austin Homes
Why Media Sponsor Maddison Pauley For The Top Model Charity Foundation
70 Years of Design, the Evolution.
The Booming Brands of the Last 70 Years.
Why Media Gets Behind Gerri Davenport In Support Of Recognising The Importance Of Mental Health.
National Trading Standards Rule Change 2022
The UK’s first period charity shop opens in Surrey: ‘it’s long overdue’
RIP Internet Explorer… You won't be missed [brief history]
Why Media doubles its server investment, as they bolster out the website hosting arm of the business in Q2 of 2022.
Dyslexia is a Challenge, but not at Why Media!
Apest invest in their digital footprint, with a high-performing bespoke website
"It’s my party and I'll leave if I have to…" Political change will deliver marketing amends in a post Boris era
Five of our current mixed-use projects that are regenerating European urban areas
Didier Closset rises to the Top with Why Media Spain
'How the United Kingdom and EU can thrive after Brexit' with a little effort!
Why is Tik Tok relevant for every business
Craving a Creative Career but Don’t Want to Work from Home or Commute into the City? Why Not Join Why Media?
Why UI, SEO and Bounce Rates are Top of the Agenda for Our Clients
Why Media discusses business productivity with the new British Prime Minister Liz Truss
Peterborough UK & Finestrat Spain talk Business & Tourism
Why Media’s Marketing Team Deliver Successful Charity Event Raising Over £700.
Apest Services are pleased to announce a long-term contract win with VIVO Defence, a body focused on British Armed Forces Accommodation
London is putting New York to shame as the city that dreams big - New York Post
Why Media Gets Behind The England Team at the Qatar World Cup 2022 with a Huge Giveaway
Construction Enquirer: ISG wins £600m Hertfordshire Hollywood film studio job
Why Media Spain Welcomes Valentín Fina Oviedo
Property Investor Post: Super prime activity still going strong in London
Lazari buys Fenwick New Bond Street store for £430 million
Why Media attends the 6th Annual Legends Ball 2022. Hosted by Vodafone Business and Statom Group.
Pantone Assigns “Viva Magenta” as Colour of the Year for 2023
Nicholas & Co. Surveyors - Q4 December Magazine
Tis’ the Season of Giving, Why Media donate to Hackney Food Bank on Behalf of Austin Homes
2023 is upon us, a lot changed in 2022 and a Google friendly website and collaborative marketing strategy matters (a lot).
Blue Whale's Peter Hargreaves: The land of opportunity in a troubled world
Charles Douglas Solicitors rebrands as CDS Mayfair
Why Media Brings new Energy to Knightsbridge Estate with Rebrand, New Website and Digital Marketing Strategy
Why TikTok is becoming The New Search Engine
Why Media designs and develops new Power Cut 105 website for Energy Networks Association
Lujo Luxury Living se instala en El Centro Comercial La Marina
Daily Mail: INVESTING SHOW: Blue Whale manager on ChatGPT's threat to Google, where Meta went wrong and why he bought an energy stock for growth
Google's March 2023 Core Update: Why Media Shares Expert Insights on How to Ensure Your Content Ranks Well
The Gazette: Erskine: Tragic loss inspires marathon fundraising effort
How China’s hottest social media app turned Düsseldorf into a foodie destination - Rest of World
Super-rich now favour new builds - Property Industry Eye
Why Media Delivers Progressive Rebrand and Website for Established Law Firm CDS Mayfair
Francisco Pulido Joins Why Media.
Google Bard: How It Will Change SEO Forever. Marketeers and Webmasters In London Should Take Note!
Why Media Leads Successful Consumer Event to Celebrate The King’s Coronation.
MailOnline: Can Saatchi turn it around for John Lewis? Loss-making retail giant turns to marketing geniuses which propelled Margaret Thatcher to power as it dumps agency behind its Xmas ads in bid to revive fortunes
Why Media welcomes Ella Brown to the team!
A S Ramsay Invest in Digital Footprint with a New Website.
WSW ARE GROWING IN STRENGTH THANKS TO WHY MEDIA
AI and Construction will work hand in hand according to Why Media
Knightsbridge Estate Identifies The Trend For London’s Visitors Taking Short Term Let’s Over Premium Hotel’s Like The Dorchester. Even The World's Wealthy Are Watching The Pennies!
Why Media and Nimbus Collaborate to Propel Sustainability Efforts in Design and Marketing Agency
UK Property Market Defies Speculation: House Prices Rise by 0.1% in June 2023 Despite Market Challenges.
Why Media Reacts to the Latest Google Announcement. As of March 2024, Google Will Replace First Input Delay with Interaction to Next Paint in Core Web Vitals.
Why Media Excited about the Possibilities that Li-Fi, The Future of Wireless Networking can offer.
Why Media welcomes Libby Norman to their team!
AI Revolutionising Marketing Agencies: Transformative Impact on Strategy, Personalisation, and Efficiency
Why Media Comments on Elon Musk’s Twitter Rebrand: The 'X' Factor for Global Expansion
Why Media Spain, la nueva alternativa de ocio del CC La Marina
Knightsbridge Prime Property: Mayfair, Earth's Top Destination for Luxury Living - A Monopoly Inspired Triumph.
Energy-Efficient Homes Embrace Prehistoric Woodland Charm: Wilderness Grove in Hertfordshire Beckons Londoners Looking to Relocate.
How Click Through Rate (CTR) Affects SEO
The 2024 Economy Will Have Challenges With 2% Growth and Aspiration: Overlook Marketing At Your Peril according to Why Media.
In The News Data Source
College students hit the road after an eerie pandemic semester. Will the virus go home with them?
Date set for the Government Spending Plans
Registered company bankruptcies in England and Wales have risen by 40% over the past quarter, now standing at 5,595 year-on-year.
Everyone in Briton will need to pay more in tax in the coming years to fix a hole in public finances
The pound has Continued to Climb
The Bank of England (BoE) is expected by 46 out of 53 analysts polled by Reuters to increase interest rates
The Bank of England (BoE) will need to raise interest rates further
In the latest leak ahead of the Autumn Statement on 17th November, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt will “announce a tax raid on inheritance,” the Telegraph said yesterday.
Cabinet Office minister Gavin Williamson resigned from the government yesterday over claims that he bullied colleagues.
A third survey now suggests house prices are dropping.
The British economy shrank by 0.2% in the three months to the end of September, leaving the UK on the brink of recession.
GDP grew 0.5% in October, following a fall of 0.6% in September
AI Revolutionising Marketing Agencies: Transformative Impact on Strategy, Personalisation, and Efficiency
Business News Datasource
Chancellor Rishi Sunak is set to use the upcoming March budget to announce a pathway for increasing corporation tax. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
PM Boris Johnson has set out his ‘roadmap out of lockdown’ for England. Business, Media & Marketing News London
Demand for overseas holidays has surged following Boris Johnson’s statement on Monday that foreign holidays could be permitted from May 17. Business, Marketing & Media News London.
About 770,000 homeowners are vulnerable to repossession if they have suffered a loss if income as a result of covid restrictions. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has criticised Serco’s decision to resume dividend payouts for the first time since 2014. Business, Marketing & Media News London.
A £5bn scheme for High Street shops and hospitality firms in England has been unveiled. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
Credit checking company Experian could face a bill for £34bn in damages. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
It’s Budget day today. What is the Chancellor expected to announce?
Microsoft has blamed a Chinese cyber-espionage group for attacks on its mail server software. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
Microsoft has blamed a Chinese cyber-espionage group for attacks on its mail server software. Business, Media & Marketing News Londod.
London has been voted the most desirable city to work in for the eighth year running. Business, Marketing & Media News London.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's first ever tweet is up for sale. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
Bloomberg reports that Barclays Plc is planning to cut around 60 jobs at its corporate and investment bank. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
HSBC has announced a new £15bn fund to help small businesses in the UK recover. Business, Media & Marketing News London
The government has extended the ban on evictions enforced by bailiffs. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
UK economy shrank by 2.9% in January as the third lockdown came into force. Business, Media and Marketing News London.
Nearly 50,000 businesses have signed up for the government's free workplace COVID tests. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
Chocolate retailer Thorntons has announced plans to permanently shut all its 61 stores. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
A blueprint to cut industrial carbon emissions by two-thirds has been announced by the government. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
Financial companies in the UK are facing a regulatory crackdown unless they improve diversity. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
The Bank of England left interest rates unchanged at 0.1% yesterday
One year ago today, PM Boris Johnson announced the UK’s coronavirus lockdown
UK inflation dropped unexpected in February. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
PM Boris Johnson is facing a backlash from Conservative MPs and most Tory-leaning newspapers this morning, after a ‘papers for the pub’ policy announcement
An estimated 840,000 private tenants have built rent arrears since lockdown measures began. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
Eurostar is in crunch talks with its bankers to avoid collapse ahead of a June deadline to repay £400m in debt. Daily News London.
Mortgage approvals for February were up 20% on the same month last year. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
PayPal has launched a new 'Checkout with Crypto' service in the US. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
The minimum wage goes up today. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
The London Stock Exchange has posted its best first quarter for listings in 15 years. Business News Lodnon.
A red-amber-green ‘traffic light’ system for international travel has been announced. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
Beijing is now home to more billionaires than any other city in the world. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
Everyman Cinemas have posed a £19.2m loss. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
Non-essential shops reopen today for the first day of trading. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
Apple and Google have blocked a planned update for the NHS Covid-19 app. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
Bitcoin soared to yet another record yesterday. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
Denmark has halted use of the AstraZeneca covid vaccine because of concerns about cases of rare blood clots
Eurostar is said to have secured a deal with its lenders to refinance a debt pile worth £400m. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
A new government-backed mortgage scheme has launched in the UK. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
The UK inflation rate rose to 0.7% in the 12 months to March, up from 0.4% in February
Chanel has lost an EU court battle with Huawei over its famous logo. Business
Government borrowing is at its highest level since the end of World War Two. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
Boeing posted a sixth consecutive quarterly loss yesterday. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
US stocks hit record highs yesterday. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
House prices rose at their biggest monthly rate since 2004. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
The UK has negotiated an Enhanced Trade Partnership with India.
Debenhams will shut all its remaining 101 stores by 15 May. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
The price of a single-use carrier bag is to rise from 5p to 10p. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
UK house prices continued their ascent in April ahead of the stamp duty holiday deadline. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
The UK economy shrank by 1.5% in the first quarter of 2021 the Office for National Statistics said this morning
The world’s biggest catering group, Compass Group, will pay back £25 million it has received in furlough cash since October.
Property prices in the UK continue to hit new highs. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
The UK unemployment rate fell slightly to 4.8% in the three months to March
At least nine people have become new billionaires on the back of vaccine-related sales. Business News London.
The government is to form a new state-owned body, Great British Railways. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
China has overtaken Germany to become the UK's biggest single import market. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
HSBC is to sell its US retail banking operations. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
The private sector is growing at the fastest rate in six years. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
Zoom sales have more than doubled. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
Travel restrictions continue to impede progress of international mobility. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
The UK has signed a post-Brexit trade deal with the three non-EU EEA members. Business News London.
UK house prices rose another 9.5% in the year to May. Business, Media and Marketing News London.
The London Metal Exchange will not now close its iconic outcry trading ring permanently. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
The EU is threatening a trade war. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
British airlines have called for the furlough scheme to be extended. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
Naked Wines has slumped to a £10.7m annual loss. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
UK inflation has exceeded the Bank of England’s target of 2%. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
Ryanair finally took possession of its first Boeing 737 MAX. Business, Media & Marketing News London.
Travel firms are calling for an exemption to quarantine for fully-vaccinated people from amber countries
A new chapter in the story of human space flight is beginning
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is investigating almost 13,000 businesses for possible abuse of the government's COVID support schemes
The government announced yesterday that foreign business leaders will no longer need to quarantine when arriving in England if their trip is likely to have a significant economic benefit to the UK
The Government yesterday revealed details of a new Green Savings Bond which it hopes will appeal to those who have built up savings by staying at home during the pandemic.
Officials from 130 countries have backed a proposed minimum corporate tax rate of at least 15%
Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick will today unveil plans for a new housing regulator with the power to prosecute property developers that do not meet safety standards.
The Prime Minister said in a press conference yesterday that most covid rules are due to end on 19th July.
The UK government spent £80bn supporting businesses through COVID-19 loans
Liz Truss will not allow hormone-injected beef to make its way into Britain
The legal case against Transport Minister, opened at the High Court on Friday
The Bank of England has flagged concerns about the growing power of cloud computing
The rate of inflation rose again in June
MPs are calling for an overhaul of music streaming
Health Secretary Sajid Javid has tested positive for covid
Yesterday's so-called "Freedom Day” turned out to be a bit of a damp squibb
The UK will seek to renegotiate with the EU on the Northern Ireland Protocol
Rishi Sunak has denied the plan to replace cash with a digital currency
The IMF has upgraded its forecast for Britain's economic growth this year
The government's Covid test scheme to prevent workers having to self-isolate is a "pointless solution"
The number of people on furlough has fallen sharply
young people will see their careers benefit if they work in the office
Minister Michelle Donelan told Sky News this morning that the government will not mandate covid vaccinations before you are allowed to go to work.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Chancellor Rishi Sunak have vowed to overhaul rules governing Britain's asset management industry to make it easier for to firms to invest in the UK
David Cameron’s relationship with collapsed Greensill Capital is back in the spotlight
The UK economy grew by 4.8% in the second quarter of the year
UK exports to the EU have returned to pre-Brexit levels
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has released labour market data
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said Afghanistan will no longer be able to access the lender's resources following the takeover of the country by the Taliban.
The government received record inheritance tax (IHT) and stamp duty receipts last month
Government borrowing fell in July compared with last year
The World Bank has halted funding for projects in Afghanistan
The OECD predicts Britain will have inflation running at about 3% at the end of 2022
Yesterday’s specially convened Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee hearing
The Bank of England (BoE) left monetary policy unchanged at its monthly review meeting yesterday
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps says he has checked with the six refineries and 47 storage centres in the country and there is "no shortage of fuel"
136 countries have agreed to enforce a corporate tax rate of at least 15% in a historic deal to “ensure big companies pay a fairer share of tax,”
The government's manifesto-breaking tax rises are the biggest tax increases in more than 25 years
The economy grew 0.4% in August, but remains 0.8% below its pre-coronavirus peak of February 2020
The EU has finally acknowledged that the Northern Ireland Protocol has caused difficulties for Northern Ireland businesses
Major energy supplier EDF says it is “not ready” to take on any more customers from failed firms
The FTSE 100 hit a new post-pandemic high on Friday as rising oil and banking stocks helped it shrug off supply chain and inflation worries
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to announce 18 new foreign investment deals worth £9.7bn
Prime Minister Boris Johnson opened the UK's Global Investment Summit yesterday
The Treasury has borrowed a total of £108.1bn so far this financial year
The European Central Bank (ECB) is pushing lenders to add hundreds of extra employees and billions of additional capital to their operations in continental Europe
The UK is on course to overtake Germany and the USA in annual GDP growth in 2023
The Chancellor’s Autumn Spending Review and Budget is tomorrow
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will announce his Autumn Spending Review and Budget today
Summary of Yesterday’s Autumn Spending Review and Budget
Christine Lagarde, president of the European Central Bank (ECB), said yesterday that the period of higher inflation will last longer than expected but slow over the course of next year
About 120 world leaders are gathering in Glasgow for the United Nations’ COP26 climate summit, hosted by the UK government
Bluegreen has become the latest energy firm to go under as high gas prices continue to put smaller providers out of business
Chancellor Rishi Sunak is "cautiously optimistic" about the state of the UK jobs market
The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee will decide whether to raise interest rates
The Bank of England (BoE) kept interest rates at the record low rate of 0.1% yesterday
The Bank of England predicts inflation will be heading towards 5% early next year
Surging inflation could add an extra £5.4bn to Chancellor Rishi Sunak's debt interest bill next year
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has outlined plans for the reform of UK financial services regulation
The UK economy grew by 1.3% between July and September
The pound hit its lowest level of 2021 against the dollar yesterday
The Real Living Wage comes into force today, marking a pay boost for more than 300,000 people
Office for National Statistics (ONS) show there were 160,000 more workers on payrolls in October than in September
Two more energy suppliers with a combined total of 35,500 customers have ceased trading
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has called for "a full and transparent investigation into Randox and the government contracts"
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has published the latest national debt figures
New homes and buildings in England must install electric vehicle charging points from next year
Britain’s seventh largest energy company, Bulb Energy, has collapsed
US has announced it will release around 50 million barrels of oil
Oil prices continued to rise yesterday despite the US saying it was releasing 50 million barrels
Ofgem says two more energy suppliers went bust yesterday
UK consumer spending rose to £700m in October, up from £300m in September
The FTSE 100 fell 0.7% yesterday
MPs say Government ministers have failed in their aim to upgrade 600,000 homes to become energy efficient
Members of the World Trade Organization (WTO) have agreed a landmark deal to implement looser regulations for services
Metropolitan Police to investigate claims that drug abuse is rife in the Houses of Parliament
UK inflation could “comfortably” be more than 5% next spring
The share of household wealth owned by billionaires has risen by a record amount during the pandemic
Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced yesterday that he would enact ‘Plan B’
The UK could step up retaliatory measures, against the US, if punitive tariffs on UK steel exports are not lifted soon
US inflation rose 6.8% in the year to November
UK job vacancies hit another record high in the September to November period
Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s “Plan B” was passed by parliament yesterday
Yesterday, the government took all 11 countries off its travel red list
The Liberal Democrats took the pro-Brexit parliamentary seat of North Shropshire
A new rule preventing insurance firms quoting customers a higher price for renewing their home or motor insurance
100,000 workers across key industries will be required to have daily COVID tests
The government has changed the rules for travellers arriving into England from overseas
HMRC is again waiving fines for their self-assessment tax return submissions up to a month late
The Labour party is calling for business rates to be scrapped
Prime Minister Boris Johnson attended “bring your own booze” drinks event in the Downing Street garden on 20 May 2020
The World Bank has warned of a "grim outlook” and a "pronounced slowdown" in global growth
The start of formal trade talks between the UK and India will be announced in New Delhi today
Office for National Statistics(ONS) shows GDP grew 0.9% in November
Self-isolation cut to five days for those testing positive with COVID-19 from today
Job vacancies reached a record high of 1.24 million between October and December
Office for National Statistics show inflation soared to a 30-year high in the year to December
The Government is ending all covid restrictions in England, starting from today
Inflation in the eurozone climbed to a rate of 5% in December
The Bill to extend HS2 to Manchester will be laid before parliament today
The UK government borrowed £16.8bn in December
The IMF yesterday cut 2022 UK growth forecasts to 4.7%
UK’s tax burden will rise to levels not seen during peacetime
UK businesses have called on the government to delay the national insurance tax hike
The Prime Minister's new Build Back Better Council is completely 50/50 gender-balanced, reports Sky News
The UK’s borrowing figures increased to 103% of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP)
The government should “seriously” consider making big tech firms reimburse victims of online fraud
The Bank of England's monetary policy committee is widely expected to raise interest rates today
The Bank of England yesterday raised the basic rate of interest to 0.5% from 0.25%
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has warned Britons to brace for even higher energy costs in autumn
Treasury refused to sign off the plans for a multi-billion-pound plan to tackle the NHS backlog
Brexit has had a "clear impact" on Britain's trade volumes
Britain is set to increase public spending by £76bn a year, by the end of the decade
The UK economy grew by 7.5% over the course of 2021
The FTSE is falling sharply this morning
UK wage growth failed to keep up with the high cost of living between October and December
Inflation has risen 5.5% in the 12 months to January
Immigration rules have been temporarily relaxed for care workers
The government is expected to scrap so-called “golden visas”
UK business investment could be boosted by up to £40bn pounds-a-year by 2026
Oil prices tumbled and then recovered in volatile trading yesterday
Gas prices have risen for a third day after Germany blocked approval of the Nord Stream 2
Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered a "special military operation" in eastern Ukraine
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has caused turmoil in equity, commodity, and foreign exchange markets worldwide
The UK government has joined with the US and the EU to announce new sanctions against Russia's central bank
The Moscow Stock Exchange was closed yesterday and remains closed today
The government issued an update yesterday on the economic, humanitarian and defensive military assistance it is giving to Ukraine
US president Joe Biden has announced he is shutting off US airspace to Russia and labelled president Vladimir Putin a "dictator"
The war in Ukraine is a catastrophe for the world which will cut global economic growth
Britain will provide £75.6 million to Ukraine through the World Bank
European stock markets were well into the red yesterday
US president Joe Biden has confirmed a complete US ban on Russian oil, gas and coal imports
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved $1.4bn (£1.1bn) in emergency funding for Ukraine
UK economic growth bounced back in January
Russia's finance ministry said this morning that it had approved a temporary procedure for repaying foreign currency debt
All remaining Covid travel measures will be scrapped this week
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is visiting Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates today
The Government has published proposals for new internet safety laws
Interest rates have increased for the third time in four months
Government confusion over how to handle sacking of 800 workers by P&O Ferries
Government borrowing was higher than expected last month
Chancellor Rishi Sunak will lay out his fiscal plans in his Spring Statement today
Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered his Spring mini-budget yesterday afternoon
P&O Ferries boss admitted that decision to sack 800 workers last week broke the law
6.2 million taxpayers owed around £39bn in November 2021
The boss of P&O Ferries has written to Transport Secretary Grant Shapps
Global stock markets rallied yesterday
The energy price cap rises by £693 tomorrow
The press is dubbing today “Bleak Friday”
Chinese-owned company has taken over a semiconductor plant in Wales
The government has decided to push ahead with plans to privatise Channel 4
The National Insurance rise of 1.25% comes into force today
Foreign Secretary Liz Truss yesterday announced fresh sanctions on Russia
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has defended his wife after it emerged she holds non-domiciled status.
UK economic growth slowed in February following a sharp fall in the production of cars and computer goods
UK retail sales slowed in March although spending remained above last year
Inflation has soared to a new 30-year high of 7%
Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng accused protest group Extinction Rebellion (XR) of endangering British energy security and jobs
The European Central Bank (ECB) confirmed plans to wind down its stimulus plan yesterday
Levelling Up Secretary Michael Gove is to axe rules which force companies to build a set number of “affordable” homes
IMF slashed its forecast for global economic growth by nearly a full percentage point
Government fraud investigators are looking into contracts to supply the NHS with PPE during the pandemic
The Prime Minister has defended imposing green levies on energy bills
The British central bank could deal with the fast rise in inflation without damaging the economy
Government borrowing in the last financial year more than halved from the amount borrowed a year earlier
How's best to ease the cost-of-living crisis?
New Public Sector Fraud Authority backed by £25m in funding will begin work in July
The Government has dropped plans to impose further checks on imports of chilled meats from the EU
Labour has called on Chancellor Rishi Sunak to explain whether a company in which his wife has a reported £400 million stake is continuing to operate in Russia
The Bank of England is widely expected to raise interest rates
The EU has announced a plan to ban Russian oil imports by the end of 2022
The Bank of England (BoE) warned of an economic downturn and further interest rate hikes yesterday
Hard-pressed households are facing a “difficult” future as inflation rises
Wall Street stocks tumbled to their lowest level since March 2021 yesterday
Prince Charles stepped in to deliver the Queen’s Speech at the State Opening of Parliament
The UK economy contracted in March
UK imports from Russia fell to a nearly two-year low
Ofgem has proposed updating the energy price cap quarterly
Bank of England (BoE) Governor Andrew Bailey admitted he felt “helpless” in the face of surging inflation
Inflation rose to 9% in April
Global stock indices plunged yesterday and overnight
European stocks sank in a sea of red yesterday
The Treasury must take responsibility for tackling soaring inflation
Government borrowing in April fell from a year earlier but still remains higher than pre-Covid levels
The Treasury took £10bn more in taxation last month than in April 2021
Rumours abound that there will be a windfall tax on energy companies
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a windfall tax on oil and gas company profits
"£15bn support package should help the UK avoid falling into a recession"
The Home Office has cancelled a contract between the Border Force and P&O Ferries
Food price inflation has accelerated to a ten-year high
Prime minister Boris Johnson will face a vote of no confidence in his leadership this evening
Boris Johnson won a vote of ‘no confidence’ last night
RMT union has announced "the biggest dispute on the railway network since 1989"
"Britain is on the brink of recession and GDP will stagnate in 2023"
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has been accused of wasting billions of pounds of taxpayers’ money
The UK economy contracted by 0.3% in April
Stock markets globally plummeted again yesterday
Regular pay is falling at the fastest rate in more than a decade
The Bank of England is expected to announce its fifth consecutive interest rate rise since December
The Bank of England put up interest rates from 1% to 1.25% on Friday
The country is being battered by strikes this morning
UK inflation has risen again to 9.1%
Government borrowing fell in May, although it still remains higher than pre-Covid levels
The Conservative Party lost two parliamentary seats yesterday
MPs voted 295 to 221 yesterday to give the Northern Ireland Protocol Bill a second reading
The Government has unveiled emergency plans to cut off gas supplies to Europe
Policymakers “have the option” of acting more forcefully to “rein in inflation” if necessary
Household incomes fell in real terms for a fourth consecutive quarter
65% of firms polled say they are expecting to raise prices in the next three months
The Government has announced fresh sanctions on Belarus
Chancellor Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Sajid Javid resigned within minutes of each other
Boris Johnson suffered a further spate of ministerial resignations yesterday
Boris Johnson announced he would stand down as Conservative Party leader yesterday
Retailers are “on the whole” passing on the government’s 5p fuel duty cut
windfall tax proposals for oil and gas producers will not apply to electricity generators
Eight Conservative MPs will fight it out to succeed Boris Johnson
Jeremy Hunt and Nadhim Zahawi are out of the Conservative Party leadership contest
Suella Braverman was knocked out of the Conservative leadership contest yesterday
The Conservative party leadership race will be whittled down to four today
Tom Tugendehat was voted out of the Conservative leadership contest yesterday
The Conservative party leadership race is now between Liz Truss, Penny Mordant, and Rishi Sunak
Penny Mordant was knocked out of the Conservative leadership contest yesterday
The European Central Bank (ECB) raised interest rates for the first time in more than 11 years
British factory output has declined for the first time since the first coronavirus lockdown
Financial help for the poor and vulnerable needs to be "updated"
A fresh day of nationwide rail strikes has begun
The price of gas rose 2% yesterday
Thousands of workers at telecoms giant BT have walked out today
Government debt rose again during the first quarter of the year, to £2.3tn
British Airways has stopped selling all short-haul flights from Heathrow Airport
Voting to choose Britain's next Conservative Party leader and Prime Minister has been delayed
Interest rates are expected to rise half a percentage point today
The Bank of England (BoE) raised the base rate of interest by the most in 27 years yesterday
Brothers Sri and Gopi Hinduja were named as Britain’s richest business people
Avanti West Coast announced yesterday that it will only run a radically reduced timetable
Bank of England (BoE), has signalled another likely raise in interest rates in the coming months
Four new members of the Court of the Bank of England named
The UK economy shrank 0.1% between April and June
Britain's trade deficit has widened to a new record of £27.9bn
Regular pay fell at the sharpest rate on record between April and June
The rate of inflation has surged to a fresh 40-year high
Calls for the planned energy price cap rise to be cancelled
Britain recorded its biggest fall in output in more than 300 years
The euro fell to a fresh two-decade low against the US dollar yesterday
The UK imported no fuel from Russia in June for the first time on record
The new energy price cap has been announced this morning
Energy bills will be "eye-watering" this winter
Credit card borrowing in July was 13% higher than a year earlier
The FTSE 100 has hit a six-week low this morning
Boris Johnson has promised £700m for the Sizewell C nuclear power station
We will have a new Prime Minister by lunchtime today
Liz Truss will become the next UK Prime Minister
Prime Minister Liz Truss is reported to have drafted plans to freeze energy bills
New British Prime Minister Liz Truss has selected her Cabinet
A Tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
Gas and electricity will be capped to bring the average UK energy bill to £2,500
Unemployment has fallen to its lowest level since 1974
Inflation fell by 0.2 percentage points in August
Scrapping caps on bankers' bonuses is under consideration
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng will deliver a mini budget a week today
Germany took control of a major Russian-owned oil refinery on Friday
The Government will limit the amount companies can be charged for their energy bills
Business energy bills will be halved in a bid to prevent firms collapsing
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng will deliver his mini-budget very shortly
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng delivered his mini-budget on Friday
The Bank of England will not hesitate to change interest rates as necessary
BoE chief economist Huw Pill has hinted at a "significant" interest rate rise in November
The Bank of England intervened in bond markets yesterday
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has upwardly revised GDP data
The government has announced a U-turn on its proposed abolition of the 45p additional rate of tax
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng is to set out his plan to get UK debt falling this month
Prime Minister Liz Truss will deliver her speech to Conservative Party Conference this morning
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng has called a meeting with high street bank chiefs
£65bn invention last week saved Britain from being on the brink of a financial crisis
Greg Hands MP has been appointed a minister of state for trade
Date set for the Government Spending Plans
Preventing Pension Funds From Collapsing
Prime Minister Liz Truss said she is "absolutely" not planning public spending cuts
UK Governments Mini-Budget Criticised
Prime Minister Liz Truss Press Conference
Jeremy Hunt confirms yesterday that he would stop almost all the tax measures announced in the Plan for Growth
Inflation is Back Up into Double Digits
Home Secretary Suella Braverman Resigned Yesterday
Boris Johnson potentially running for the Conservative Party leadership
Rishi Sunak appointed Prime Minister
Rishi Sunak became the UK's 57th Prime Minister yesterday
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Chancellor Jeremy Hunt have postponed next week’s planned Autumn Statement
Andrew Griffith MP was re-appointed as the government's City Minister yesterday
Rising Energy Bills have helped push Inflation to highest level since 1982
According to data released by the Insolvency Service on Friday, registered company bankruptcies in England and Wales have risen by 40%
Everyone in Briton will need to pay more in tax in the coming years to fix a hole in public finances
The Pound has Continued to Climb
The Bank of England (BoE) is expected to increase interest rates
As expected, the Bank of England (BoE) raised its base rate to 3% yesterday
The Bank of England (BoE) will need to raise interest rates further
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt will “announce a tax raid on inheritance,” the Telegraph said yesterday
Cabinet Office minister Gavin Williamson resigned from the government yesterday
A third survey now suggests house prices are dropping.
The British economy shrank by 0.2% in the three months to the end of September
An investigation by The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has concluded that Ofgem's failure to regulate energy suppliers effectively since 2018
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is planning to increase the national living wage from £9.50 to £10.40 per hour
The Chancellor will present his Autumn Statement at around 11:30am this morning.
“Stability, growth and public services,” were his top priorities, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt said yesterday as he presented his Autumn budget.
The government has denied the truth of an article published in the Sunday Times yesterday
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has published the latest government debt data.
The government may need to pay the Bank of England (BoE) more than £30bn next year
Energy regulator Ofgem has raised the energy price cap to £4,279 a year
Transport Secretary Mark Harper told the BBC yesterday that striking rail workers need to accept reforms to the system if they want higher wages.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak Said Yesterday That The So-Called "Golden Era" of Relations with China was over
Bank of England chief economist Huw Pill has said he expects inflation to start falling next year
Bank of England (BoC) Governor Andrew Bailey described a near total breakdown in communications
British companies suffered disruption in October from strikes which affected public transport, postal services, telecoms and other sectors
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak says he is working on "new tough laws" to combat strike disruption
Britain has signed an energy partnership with the US
Employees will be given the right to ask for flexible working from their first day in a new job
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt will today launch a major reform of the UK's financial sector to "turbocharge" growth by ripping up red tape and replacing a number of EU regulations.
Only 20% of train services are running today, due to the RMT Union strikes
The latest monthly inflation figure, published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) this morning, was 10.7% in November
NHS nurses are on strike today in their first ever national walkout.
The government says it is "resolute" on nurses pay
New banknotes featuring the face of King Charles III have been unveiled by the Bank of England
Ambulance Workers on Strike again Today
January 2023 has begun with fresh strikes
Health Secretary Steve Barclay has announced £250m in additional NHS funding
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak set out his five priorities to the next general election
Motoring organisation the RAC has again warned that supermarkets and some other retailers are failing to reduce petrol prices
The Government is introducing a Bill to Parliament today that will, if passed, ensure public sector services maintain minimum service levels during strike action.
Almost all secondary schools in Scotland are also closed today because of a teachers’ strike.
Royal Mail is facing severe disruption to its international export servicesfollowing what it described as "a cyber incident"
The economy grew in November, with GDP increasing 0.1%, official figures show
The Government will ban some single-use plastic items such as cutlery, plates and bowls from October
The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) union also says tens of thousands of nurses in England will walk out for 12 hours each on 6th and 7th February
The government yesterday agreed to toughen new laws in the Online Safety Bill
Consumer price inflation (CPI) fell from 10.7% in November to 10.5% in December
Consumer confidence has fallen for the first time in three months in January according to market research firm GfK
Conservative Party Chairman and Former Chancellor Nadhim Zahawi
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has published the latest public sector finance figures this morning
The Government has been ordered by the High Court to review its refusal to grant development consent for a high-voltage undersea power cable project linking Britain and France.
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt set out his plan to boost economic growth
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak sacked Conservative Party chair Nadhim Zahawi yesterday
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said yesterday that taxes should not go up any further.
Teachers, train and bus drivers, civil servants and university staff are all on strike today.
The US central bank has raised interest rates again, but by the smallest increase since March
Train drivers are on strike again today
Nurses and ambulance workers are on strike today
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is expected to announce a mini-reshuffle of his Cabinet later today
Former trade minister Greg Hands becomes the new Conservative Party Chair
Trade Minister Kemi Badenoch is in Mexico today to seek a bilateral trade deal
The UK very narrowly avoided a recession over the last three months of 2022
The UK trade deficit widened sharply in December following a spike in gas prices
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has published its latest labour market data
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has published the latest inflation data this morning
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon resigned yesterday after eight years in the job
Rail workers are also set to walk out in a fresh series of strikes in March and April
Ambulance staff who are members of the Unite union are on strike in Wales
The Government spent £5.4bn less than it took in from taxpayers last month
Inheritance tax (IHT) receipts for January 2023 totalled £578m
Train drivers on London's Underground network and NHS workers across England will take fresh strike action next month
It was one year today that Russia invaded Ukraine.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is set to meet Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission
Rishi Sunak yesterday announced the terms of the potential replacement for The Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak urged his MPs not to create "another Westminster drama"
The Treasury Select Committee has asked the four biggest British banks
The Chinese owner of Thomas Cook is reportedly plotting an outright sale three years after it rescued the holiday brand.
The ambulance strikes that were due to take place in England on Monday and Wednesday this week have been called off.
GDP grew 0.3% in January according to data released by the Office for National Statistics (
Specialist US start-up lender Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) collapsed on Friday
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt will deliver his Spring Budget tomorrow
Ahead of today’s Spring Budget, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has confirmed that the Energy Price Guarantee will be extended at its current level
UBS to take over Credit Suisse, and Ofwat gets new powers to block dividend payments.
Government borrowing hits record high, and London Landlords' mortgages have gone up 125%
ERG to vote against Stormont Brake, and Bank of England expected to hike interest rates again.
British Chambers of Commerce warns Businesses will struggle to pay energy bills.
Stamp prices, pub closures, and a fresh warning on windfall taxes
The high cost to business of not having a functioning government in Northern Ireland
FCA sets out plans to make Britain "a more attractive place for business"
Junior doctors are on strike; CBI continues its descent
IMF forecasts economic gloom for Britain - again
UK economy flatlined in February; Chancellor says it is "brighter than expected"
Chancellor says above-inflation pay rises are a "terrible mistake"
Ambulance Workers Accept Government's New Pay Offer; Nurses Say "No"
Today our briefing incudes a full Budget roundup
Budget Day strikes shut 50% of schools in England and whisky distillers are angered by 'stealth' 10.1% duty increase.
Employment rises, but real-terms wages still fall
Inflation stays in double-digits; and insolvencies hit a fresh high
Oil and gas industry blames windfall taxes for steep decline in production
Retail sales fall 0.9% in March, but it's not all bad, ONS says
Health Secretary threatens nurses with legal action; and the PM charms businesses
Brits "need to accept" they are poorer, Bank of England Chief Economist says
Transport Unions say "wildcat" strikes will result from Minimum Service Levels Bill
Health Secretary Steve Barclay wins court fight with nurses union the RCN
Food inflation reaches yet another record high
Financial product cold-calling will be banned, the PM says
Jeremy Hunt: "The biggest opportunity for the UK going forward is to be the world’s next Silicon Valley".
Tories suffer significant local election defeats
First time home buyers' mortgages costing £200 extra a month this year
Your 2% inflation target stays, Treasury tells the Bank of England
EU laws to remain in British statute beyond 2023 in Government U-turn
Hospitality Sector says interest rate hike will hit businesses still suffering post-Covid
Now the BMA union encourages senior doctors to vote for strike action
Lords' take a wrecking ball to the Retained EU Law Bill
11m adults now struggle to pay bills, and 5.6m already can't
Chancellor "not in a position to know" whether taxes can be cut
Fresh sanctions on Russian mining imports, and a £1bn semiconductor investment tech bosses say is "a drop in the ocean"
Rishi Sunak slips down the Sunday Times Rich List
UK borrowing almost at an all time high because of cost-of-living subsidies
CPI falls but core inflation and food inflation remain exceptionally high
FTSE tanks on poor inflation data and fresh interest rate hike fears
Chancellor says he is comfortable with a recession if it brings down inflation
No further negotiations on nurses' pay, health minister says
Rail strikes, and a vaping crackdown
Trade deals with Australia and New Zealand came into force at midnight
More rail strikes today and tomorrow
Sunak says he wants to cut taxes; the BRC says he should start by axing the "net zero grocery tax"
Labour eyes a £5m donation from anti-Brexit businessman
OECD still predicts economic gloom for UK, but rows back on recession fears
FCA announces tough new rules for cryto firms
Government U-turns on oil and gas windfall tax
...and a tumultuous few days in British politics
Wage increases reach almost a record high, triggering higher interest rate fears
GDP grew 0.2% in April as bars, pubs and car manufacturers thrive
PM scraps his price caps for supermarkets idea
Tesco boss says "encouraging early signs" suggest inflation is slowing
Yes, Labour will ban new North Sea Oil and Gas exploration, Starmer will confirm today
Government's short-term borrowing hits a 15-year high; food inflation falls.
Bank of England set to hike interest rates for 13th time in a row
Interest rate hike sends FTSE plummeting; Rishi Sunak says "it's going to be okay"
Sunak reiterates call to homeowners to "hold their nerve"
The Payments Association warns Government plans to tackle fraud may make it worse
Bank of England: "No reason for alarm" on the economy as the big banks are "robust"
UK economy flatlines
6% plus pay increases for public sector staff will not fuel inflation, PM says
Britain becomes the first European member of the CPTPP, thanks to Brexit
Bailiffs hired by local councils and the DVLA pull in record profits
Regular wages grow by 7.8%, the fastest ever increase since records began in 2001
Inflation slows to 6.8%, and PM Rishi Sunak says "the plan is working".
Britain's High Streets are at risk of becoming "wastelands" without regeneration, the Retail Sector Council warns
Access to cash to become a legal right, Treasury says
Businesses now forced to wait 18 months to have their cases heard in court - a 27% longer interval than in 2019.
Interest on Government debt hits highest July level since 1997
Small businesses accuse Bank of England of ignoring their needs
Trade Secretary Kemi Badenoch to progress "hardest yet" round of Anglo-Indian trade deal talks while at G20 meeting
Construction companies are going bankrupt at highest rate in a decade, an FT analysis of Insolvency Service data shows
G7 nations the UK, US, Canada and Japan are to ban imports of Russian gold
Chaos at airports still: cancellations and delays continue after yesterday's air traffic control system failure
Give us clarity on Net Zero, city firms tell the PM
NS&I 'throws down the gauntlet' to high street banks with a one-year fixed savings rate of 6.2%
M&S squares up to Michael Gove, launching legal action against his refusal to allow redevelopment of its flagship London store
BBC names and shames the British railway stations who cancel the most trains
3/5 of households now worry about their finances...but the Nationwide says they're spending what they have on travel
Energy bosses call for an end to the prepayment meter ban
Offshore wind farm builders say "no" to new Government schemes, failing to bid at auction
UK leapfrogs France to become world's 8th largest manufacturer
Wage growth catches up with inflation
The economy is revealed to have contracted by 0.5% in July, raising the spectre of recession
The ban on forced instillation of prepayment meters not only stays but is extended by Ofgem
Goverment ploughs £500m into Tata Steel but around 3,000 jobs wll stil be lost
Former PM Liz Truss defends her polices, saying Britain would be better off going for growth
Inflation falls again, to its lowest rate in 18 months, but remains high compared to other G20 countries. How will the Bank of England react tomorrow?
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