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More British employers are planning pay rises than at any time since the global financial crisis as they struggle to recruit staff following the coronavirus pandemic and Brexit, data from the Confederation of British Industry showed on Monday. The CBI said 44% of businesses intended to raise pay in line with inflation and 24% planned above-inflation pay rises, the highest combined percentage since it started surveying businesses about this in 2009. "Pay intentions are rising across the board as firms reopen and the economy recovers," Matthew Percival, the CBI's director of skills and inclusion said.
Billy Porter chose winged chic black and worked the poses on the red carpet Sunday at the Emmy Awards
Coroner confirms a body was found in Bridger-Teton National Forest, but no further details have been released
New organisation aims to set, raise and enforce standards of service to customers
Mandy Moore puts the red in red carpet at this year's Emmys
Insulate Britain have said further protests will take place on Monday.
Huge fundraising by Revolut, Hopin and Cinch helped push the UK’s credentials as Europe’s premier tech hub to new heights.
A military training jet has crashed in a neighborhood near Fort Worth, Texas, injuring the two pilots and damaging three homes
Government will do ‘whatever it can’ to prevent failure of further energy companies
Tory MPs and activists will not be forced to prove their Covid status in order to attend the party conference next month, Oliver Dowden has ruled.
A climate campaigner who was attempting a world-first circumnavigation of mainland Britain to raise awareness about global warming has been seriously injured and a member of her support staff has been killed after a paramotor accident in the western Highlands of Scotland. Sacha Dench had been dubbed the "human swan" as she attempted a 3,000-mile journey in a motorised paraglider ahead of November's COP26 UN climate change conference. Dan Burton, a member of her support staff, was killed during the incident on Saturday afternoon near Loch Na Gainmhich.
Anne-Marie Trevelyan will address industry leaders on Monday at the start of London Tech Week.
Passport details shared online while Oliver Carroll was investigating claims of voter fraud
Boris Johnson has arrived in the US for the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
The vaccine programme was extended to younger children after a recommendation from the UK’s four chief medical officers a week ago.
The Scottish Government said older residents in care homes are the first to be offered the booster coronavirus vaccine from Monday.
The pilot follows research from The National Robotarium at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh.
"I'm not a victim no more."
The United States and Britain sought Sunday to smooth tensions with Paris over a new security pact with Australia, with US President Joe Biden requesting early talks with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron. The announcement of the defence alliance, and Australia’s related decision to tear up a deal to buy French submarines in favour of American nuclear-powered vessels, sparked outrage in Paris, with Macron recalling France’s ambassadors to Canberra and Washington in an unprecedented move.But
“Regenerative farming" methods and turning unproductive land back to nature are being used to boost wildlife and store carbon in a large-scale countryside project. The team on the 4,000-acre Wild Ken Hill estate in Norfolk are deploying farming techniques to restore healthy soils in arable fields so they will lock up carbon and provide natural nutrients for crops instead of synthetic fertilisers.