Home / Articles (page 7)

Articles

US Bombardier dispute: 'Huge relief' for British workers

Media playback is unsupported on your device Politicians and union leaders have welcomed a ruling which stops the US imposing huge 292% import tariffs on planes partly made by British workers. Over a thousand jobs in Belfast depend on the success of the C-Series passenger jet, which is manufactured …

Read More »

Toy stories

Parents may wish that their children turn off that device, just for a minute, and play with some proper toys.A recently-published survey of parents found that three-quarters of those asked thought excessive screen time would make their children less sociable in later life.The majority are worried about the health …

Read More »

Russell Hume meat recall based on 'use-by-date processes'

The meat recall affecting UK restaurant chains centres on use-by-dates, officials say.The Food Standards Agency (FSA) said it had stopped any meat leaving supplier Russell Hume’s sites due to “processes around use-by-dates”.Russell Hume said that none of its products had caused illness and the recall was a “precautionary measure …

Read More »

Trump Davos speech: 'America First policy is not America alone'

Media playback is unsupported on your device President Donald Trump has told global finance leaders he will always put the US first when it comes to trade, but “that does not mean America alone”.”The US is open for business,” he said in his inaugural address to the World Economic …

Read More »
Free Franchise Guide

Free Franchise Guide

 
Interested in buying a franchise? The our FREE Franchise Guide is a must! The guide contains lots of information to help you decide if franchising is right for you.