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AI will not serve as a "mass destroyer of jobs," according to the reassurance given by the governor of the Bank of England, Andrew Bailey, in an interview with the BBC. Bailey emphasized that


Approximately half of British workers may not meet the salary threshold required to bring family members from overseas to the UK, warns research amid the Home Office's family visa changes.

Migrant Channel crossings in January increased by 13 percent compared to the same period last year, as reported in new figures. A total of 1,335 individuals completed the perilous journey


Over 100 firefighters impacted by the Grenfell fire have had their claims settled for a total of £20 million, according to the Fire Brigades Union (FBU). The fire, which occurred on June 14, 2017,


A record-breaking 11.5 million taxpayers submitted their Self Assessment tax returns for the 2022 to 2023 tax year by midnight on 31 January, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) reveals.

A dire financial crisis is looming over England's councils, deemed "out of control" by MPs, putting even well-managed local authorities at risk of bankruptcy, according to a cross-party


Information around how to safely purchase, charge and use e-bikes and e-scooters has been published by the government today (1 February 2024) to improve consumer safety.


Climate activist Greta Thunberg has made her way to court to face trial for a public order offense stemming from a demonstration in central London last year. The 21-year-old Swedish


Shell announced a 30% decrease in its 2023 profit, settling at $28 billion, attributed to the cooling of oil and gas prices compared to the previous year's record. However, the company managed


UK EuroMillions participants are advised to double-check their tickets as it has been disclosed that a lucky ticket-holder has won £61 million.