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Can a Nudge or two make us better savers?

The Behavioural Insights Team (BIT) - which uses psychological techniques known as "Nudge" theory to encourage good "habits" - wants more employees to sign...

Climate change: Six questions about the Cumbria coal controversy

By Roger HarrabinBBC environment analystimage copyrightWest Cumbria Mining Companyimage captionThe mine would extract coking coal from beneath the Irish Sea to be used in...

East West and Northumberland rail lines get £794m boost

There are plans for new stations at at Ashington, Bedlington, Blyth, Bebside, Newsham, Seaton Delaval, and Northumberland Park, in North Tyneside, as well as...

Body defends action on Covid workplace safety complaints

The Health and Safety Executive denies being "naïve" about breaches of safety rules. Credit: Source link

Clothes sales slump in worst year ever for shops

Sales fell by 1.9% in 2020, when compared with 2019, the largest year-on-year fall since records began in 1997, official figures show. Credit: Source link...

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NBA Roundup #5: Big Upsets and Big Victories

The 2020-21 NBA Season continues to heat up and with Brooklyn’s big three being the focal point of the league as of late, there...

Storm Christoph: Investigation demanded after flood defences ‘worked’ – but town still flooded

Calls for an investigation have been made after a town’s flood defences “worked” – but the entire centre still found itself under water. Scores of...

Covid: Number of patients on ventilators passes 4,000 for first time

A total of 4,076 Covid patients were on hospital ventilators as of Friday, according to government data. Credit: Source link

Brexit: £100,000 of tariffs slapped on Fairtrade bananas from Africa threatening farmers with ruin

At least £100,000 of tariffs have been slapped on Fairtrade bananas from Africa because of Brexit, prompting mounting anger that farmers face ruin. Ministers are...
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