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Edinburgh Reforms likely marginal in impact, neither majorly boosting competitiveness or watering-down rules
Depending on your point of view, Jeremy Hunt's proposed reform of financial regulations represents a potentially significant boost to the competitiveness of the UK's financial services sector or a potentially dangerous watering-down of rules put in place to prevent a re-run of the financial crisis.
'Twitter Files' allege prominent right-wing figures were 'blacklisted'
Twitter has been accused of secretly "blacklisting" prominent right-wing figures in the US in order to ensure they reached a smaller audience.
Kwasi Kwarteng admits he and Truss 'blew it' and got 'carried away' with economic reforms
Former chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng has admitted he and Liz Truss "blew it" and got "carried away" with bringing in sweeping economic reforms.
Royal Mail worker fears thousands face sack after Christmas as first of six days of strikes begins
A striking Royal Mail worker has voiced fears up to 25,000 staff could be sacked and new working conditions imposed on those left after the core Christmas season has finished.
Santander fined £107.8m for repeated money-laundering failures and risking financial crime
Santander UK has been fined £107.8m for "repeated money-laundering failures" by the financial conduct watchdog.
Financial sector shake-up, theatres deal with cost of living crisis and boom in men's make-up
The UK's financial sector's in for a shake-up, as the chancellor unveils plans to rip up red tape and replace a number of EU regulations.
Watchdog warning over passport delays as demand set to be high again next year
About 360,000 UK citizens were waiting more than 10 weeks for a passport this year - despite a record number of applications being processed - as staffing problems and system difficulties caused delays.
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt announces major reforms for UK's financial sector in quest to 'turbocharge' growth
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has launched a major reform of the UK's financial sector, with plans to rip up red tape and replace a number of EU regulations.
Apple given deadline for swapping iPhone lightning port for USB-C
Apple has been given an official deadline to swap the lightning charging port on new iPhones to USB-C.
Former employees sue Twitter, claiming more women have been laid off than men
Two women who lost their jobs at Twitter after Elon Musk took over are suing the company, claiming recent lay-offs disproportionately affected female employees.