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Boris Remix: Stay At Home

Catchy. Maybe musical press conferences will help keep the public engaged… The post Boris Remix: Stay At Home appeared first on Guido Fawkes. Author: Tom Harwood | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party sites in any way. Click here for great deals & savings!

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5% to 25% Pay Cuts at Buzzfeed

Struggling Buzzfeed‘s CEO, Jonah Peretti, has emailed staff a memo telling them that there will be salary cuts at BuzzFeed and blaming the corona virus. The listicle loving digital-media company’s staffers will see their pay reduced between 5% to 25% on a progresive scale, of course. “I understand this will be a real hardship for […]

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Eco-Terrorists Target ‘At Risk’ Supporters in Coronavirus Fundraiser

Guido readers may remember the name Jay Tiernan, the violently anti-Tory eco-loon behind ‘Stop the Cull’, who last summer were responsible for protests that saw 3,000 chicks die after cutting the birds’ fencing and gas pipes, resulting in hundreds of week-old birds dead or gasping for food or water. Now Jay’s Stop the Cull is […]

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Orban Goes Full Dictator

Victor Orban has gone far beyond the emergency measures implemented in any other democracy, in passing a new “anti-coronavirus defence law.” Orban’s Fidesz party, which has a large majority in the Hungarian Parliament, this afternoon passed a law granting the Hungarian Prime Minister enormous power with no time limit attached. Dictatorial… During the open-ended Coronavirus […]

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UK to spend £75m on rescue flights to bring stranded Britons home

The UK is committing £75m to help Britons stranded abroad by chartering rescue flights when there are no other routes available. Author: | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party sites in any way. Click here for great deals & savings!

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Advertising recession ‘highly probable’ as coronavirus hits key media owners

An advertising recession in the first half of 2020 is now highly probable as brands slash spending due to the The post Advertising recession ‘highly probable’ as coronavirus hits key media owners appeared first on CityAM. Author: James Warrington | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party sites in any […]

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UK government to spend £75m on charter flights for stranded Britons

The government will subsidise airlines to bring home UK nationals stuck abroad in a £75m deal. Travellers stuck in countries The post UK government to spend £75m on charter flights for stranded Britons appeared first on CityAM. Author: Stefan Boscia | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party sites in […]

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Coronavirus: Bank of England extends emergency liquidity measure

The Bank of England said today it would extend an emergency liquidity measure, the three-month Contingent Term Repo Facility (CTRF), The post Coronavirus: Bank of England extends emergency liquidity measure appeared first on CityAM. Author: James Booth | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party sites in any way. Click […]

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Coronavirus: Clubs facing ‘an avalanche’ of claims from players over forced pay cuts

Everyone has had to make sacrifices since the coronavirus pandemic took over daily life, and sportspeople are no exception. With The post Coronavirus: Clubs facing ‘an avalanche’ of claims from players over forced pay cuts appeared first on CityAM. Author: Felix Keith | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party […]

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Sharing fake news about coronavirus should be an offence, says top Tory MP

Sharing fake news related to the coronavirus outbreak on social media should be an offence, a top Tory MP said The post Sharing fake news about coronavirus should be an offence, says top Tory MP appeared first on CityAM. Author: James Warrington | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party […]

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Arcadia cancels supplier orders amid coronavirus crisis

Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia has cancelled all orders from its suppliers and extended its payment terms as it seeks to The post Arcadia cancels supplier orders amid coronavirus crisis appeared first on CityAM. Author: Jessica Clark | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party sites in any way. Click here […]

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UBS sticks with planned dividend despite global calls for payout freeze

UBS intends to pay its 2019 dividend as planned, the Swiss banking giant said today, despite guidance from Swiss authorities The post UBS sticks with planned dividend despite global calls for payout freeze appeared first on CityAM. Author: Anna Menin | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party sites in […]

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Johnson & Johnson shares rise after it strikes $1bn coronavirus vaccine deal with US government

Shares in pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson rose today after it said it had agreed a $1bn (£810m) deal to The post Johnson & Johnson shares rise after it strikes $1bn coronavirus vaccine deal with US government appeared first on CityAM. Author: James Booth | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted […]

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Minister Helen Whately pledges more tests for NHS medics amid row as thousands unused

Minister pledges to make full use of spare capacity to screen medical staff Follow our live coronavirus updates here Coronavirus: the symptoms Author: | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party sites in any way. Click here for great deals & savings!

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Energy groups seek help on payment holidays

Loan scheme worth up to £100m a month would allow suppliers to assist struggling customers Author: | Source We are not affiliated or responsible for content hosted on 3rd-party sites in any way. Click here for great deals & savings!

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