Green campaigners urge BBC to cut ties with new £3.5bn theme park

Campaigners are urging the BBC to drop links to a £3.5 billion theme park dubbed ‘British Disneyland’ over environmental fears. The mega-attraction is earmarked for Kent marshland which just last month was declared a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The BBC’s Studios arm has joined ITV Studios and Paramount Pictures in agreeing to lend naming … Read more

Green campaigners urge BBC to cut ties with new £3.5bn theme park

Green campaigners urge BBC to cut ties with new £3.5bn theme park dubbed ‘British Disneyland’ over fears for wildlife including rare jumping spider BBC, ITV and Paramount Pictures agreed to lend TV show naming rights to The London Resort theme park The £3.5billion project in Kent is set to be built on marshland designated as a Site … Read more

Bitcoin embroiled in £3.5bn legal battle

Computer scientist who claims to have invented bitcoin launches lawsuit over £3.5bn of the digital currency By Lucy White For The Daily Mail Published: 21:53 GMT, 24 February 2021 | Updated: 21:53 GMT, 24 February 2021 A man claiming to be the inventor of bitcoin has launched a blockbuster lawsuit to recover £3.5billion of the … Read more

Bitcoin embroiled in £3.5bn legal battle

Computer scientist who claims to have invented bitcoin launches lawsuit over £3.5bn of the digital currency By Lucy White For The Daily Mail Published: 21:53 GMT, 24 February 2021 | Updated: 21:53 GMT, 24 February 2021 A man claiming to be the inventor of bitcoin has launched a blockbuster lawsuit to recover £3.5billion of the … Read more

Government pledges £3.5bn to help fix crisis – but innocent victims STILL face massive bills

Politicians and campaigners angrily rejected long-awaited Government plans to end the cladding scandal yesterday as a betrayal of innocent leaseholders. Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick pledged a further £3.5billion to help end the safety crisis following the 72 deaths in the Grenfell disaster. More than a million leaseholders face bills of up to £115,000 to fix … Read more

Government pledges £3.5bn to help fix crisis – but innocent victims STILL face massive bills

Politicians and campaigners angrily rejected long-awaited Government plans to end the cladding scandal yesterday as a betrayal of innocent leaseholders. Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick pledged a further £3.5billion to help end the safety crisis following the 72 deaths in the Grenfell disaster. More than a million leaseholders face bills of up to £115,000 to fix … Read more

Up to £3.5bn of furlough cash may have been paid out in wrong or fraudulent claims

Up to £3.5BILLION of furlough cash may have been given to fraudulent companies or handed out in error, HMRC chief reveals, as Rishi Sunak prepares to scrap wage subsidy scheme next month HMRC boss Jim Harra said as much as 10 per cent of furlough could be suspect The Government has paid out a total … Read more

It’s lift off! Elon Musk’s SpaceX is now worth £35bn

It’s lift off! Elon Musk’s SpaceX is now worth £35bn after becoming the first private enterprise to send humans into space By Matt Oliver For The Daily Mail Published: 21:50 BST, 19 August 2020 | Updated: 21:50 BST, 19 August 2020 Elon Musk’s rocket company SpaceX has been valued at $46billion (£35million) after a new … Read more

Ghost town London’s £5.7BILLION black hole: Taxpayers face bill as lost fares leave TfL £3.5bn short

The coronavirus pandemic has left the Greater London area with an estimated £5.7billion black hole in its public finances – after the lockdown and work from home economy sapped £575million a day from the capital’s economy in a £66.9billion hammer blow. Now taxpayers face having to pick up the bill for the lost revenue in … Read more