Foxtons sees sales surge while stashing away Government support cash

Foxtons sees sales surge and ploughs money into Boomin – but there’s still no hint of the estate agency returning millions borrowed from taxpayers Foxtons received nearly £7m in furlough support and business rate relief Other rival firms like Winkworths have vowed to repay the Government back Foxtons saw sales revenue rocket by 60% in … Read more

Bryan Brown and Simon Baker convince government not to dump tax break for Australian film industry

Bryan Brown and Simon Baker celebrate win after convincing government not to dump much-needed tax break for Australian film industry By Caleb Taylor For Daily Mail Australia Published: 02:06 BST, 11 April 2021 | Updated: 02:06 BST, 11 April 2021 Australian acting royalty Simon Baker and Bryan Brown have helped to rollback the planned dumping … Read more

China keeps a secret watchlist on 700 Americans including government workers and R&B artist Ashanti

The Chinese government has been keeping a secret watchlist on 700 Americans, including government workers, CEOs and R&B artist Ashanti, after they traveled through Shanghai airport, according to a cybersecurity group. A bombshell database leaked to Australian cybersecurity consultancy Internet 2.0 and obtained by the New York Post reveals China collected the names, dates of birth and passport … Read more

French government to become Air France-KLM’s largest shareholder

French government to become Air France-KLM’s largest shareholder as after bailing out the stricken airline By Daily Mail City & Finance Reporter Published: 22:17 BST, 6 April 2021 | Updated: 22:56 BST, 6 April 2021 The French state will become the largest shareholder in Air France-KLM under a rescue deal for the stricken airline. The … Read more

Government loses bid to delay High Court challenge from hospitality sector

Government loses bid to delay High Court challenge from hospitality sector over letting non-essential shops open before pubs and restaurants can serve food and drink indoors A judge today threw out the appeal and sided with two prolific businessmen  Hugh Osmond and Sacha Lord say indoor hospitality should reopen sooner Mrs Justice Eady approved their request … Read more

Benjamin Netanyahu tasked to head government for fourth time in two years, despite corruption probe

Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been given the task of forming a government from the country’s splintered parliament for the fourth time in two years. Israel’s President Reuven Rivlin handed Netanyahu the task on Tuesday, giving the embattled leader a chance to prolong he lengthy term in office while on trial for corruption.    In … Read more

Government reveals nine mass events where people don’t need to socially distance

Tens of thousands of Brits will be offered their first real slice of freedom over the next month as the Government launches trials of non-socially distanced mass events. Up to 20,000 spectators will be allowed at football matches and other sporting events, while thousands will be able to attend nightclubs, theatres and comedy clubs for … Read more

Fauci says the US government will not require Americans to use ‘vaccine passports’

Dr Anthony Fauci has said the U.S. government will not require Americans who are immunized against COVID-19 to use so-called ‘vaccine passports.’ The idea behind these passports is that they would offer proof of vaccination so that people could perform daily tasks such as eat in restaurants, travel, shop and so on. But they have … Read more

Government sets up a new taskforce to create a Covid super pill that combats effects of the virus

Government aims to create a Covid ‘super pill’ that combats effects of the virus and can be taken as soon as someone tests positive Matt Hancock is setting up an Anti-Virals Taskforce to provide further protection  Its key aim is to produce a tablet to be taken as soon as someone tests positive Full details … Read more

Covid Spain: Government backtracks on plans to make tourists wear masks on beaches

The masks can come off again! Spain backtracks on plan to make tourists wear face coverings on the beach £100 fine was envisaged in new decree ordering masks even for lone sunbathers But the plan has now been put on ice with further discussions set to take place Current rules remain for now which means … Read more