Tesla, Space X, Twitter … how far will Elon Musk go?

Tesla, Space X, Twitter ... how far will Elon Musk go?

AWESOME STORY – The head of Tesla and SpaceX got a new dimension with the takeover of Twitter. His escapades worry politicians and investors. Apart from, perhaps, Volodymyr Zelensky, no one will have been talked about as much in 2022 as Elon Musk, head of, among others, Tesla and SpaceX, and now owner of the … Read more

average reduction of 16% in addition to the previous reform

average reduction of 16% in addition to the previous reform

The organization also assessed the effects of the new reform, which will affect “at least half of future beneficiaries”. Unédic has produced an initial assessment of the previous unemployment insurance reform, which shows an average drop of 16% in unemployment benefits for the affected unemployed, according to internal documents consulted by AFP on Wednesday. This … Read more

Unprecedented strike voted at UK Amazon warehouse, GMB union announces

Unprecedented strike voted at UK Amazon warehouse, GMB union announces

The union calls on the American company to “improve wages and working conditions for workers”. Several hundred workers at an Amazon warehouse in the United Kingdom voted for an unprecedented strike for the US giant in the United Kingdom, according to the GMB union, on Friday to obtain pay “decent”. The fact that these employees … Read more

coins resembling King Charles enter circulation

coins resembling King Charles enter circulation

The new 50 pence coins are appearing in post offices across the country “which will receive 4.9 million”, the Royal Mint said. The first coins bearing the image of Charles III, who became king after the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth II on September 8, will enter circulation in Britain on Thursday, according to … Read more

In the UK, the endless waiting time at the hospital

In the UK, the endless waiting time at the hospital

By Julie Zaugg Posted 3 hours ago, Update 2 hours ago Stephen Barclay, Secretary of State for Health and Social Protection, saw his budget jump by almost €4 billion last July to relieve the burden on Britain’s public health system over two years. ALBERTO PEZZALI/NurPhoto via AFP Ambulances, appointments, home care, the UK public health … Read more

the executive board backtracks on its tax cut for the richest

the executive board backtracks on its tax cut for the richest

Published on: 03/10/2022 – 09:29 London announced on Monday that it would reverse the income tax cut for the wealthiest, unveiled ten days ago, which sent financial markets into turmoil. Express coaster. The United Kingdom announced on Monday (October 3) to reconsider the income tax cut for the wealthiest, which was unveiled ten days ago … Read more

Brexit continues to weigh on the British economy, says the Bank of England

Brexit continues to weigh on the British economy, says the Bank of England

The institution believes that Britain’s exit from the EU always slows down British foreign trade and weighs on incomes. Brexit continues to have a negative effect on UK foreign trade and weigh on incomes, exacerbating the economic crisis in Britain which is also shaking the rest of the world, members of the Bank of England … Read more

activity contracts in the third quarter

activity contracts in the third quarter

Gross domestic product fell by 0.2%, compared with an increase of 0.2% in the previous quarter, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said. UK activity ground to a halt in the third quarter as inflation and the cost of living crisis hit the economy, plus a bank holiday for Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral in September. … Read more

A two-year recession threatens Britain

A two-year recession threatens Britain

The Bank of England raises its key interest rate very sharply to 3%, but warns of a long economic crisis for the country. The United Kingdom has already entered recession and will not come out of it until mid-2024, i.e. two years of slowdown in activity, which could reduce GDP by 2.9%, according to the … Read more

Britain replaced coal with offshore wind

Britain replaced coal with offshore wind

By Anne-Claire Poirier Released 2 minutes ago, Update 2 minutes ago Britain has 12,000 km of particularly windy coastline. Here, Burbo Bank Park, outside Liverpool. Phil Noble/REUTERS FIGARO TOMORROW – The country closed its fossil power plants in record time thanks to renewable energy. The share of British electricity produced by the country’s last three … Read more