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Joblessness rate spiked to 4.8% in last quarter

[h3] [/h3] Redundancies struck a new record in the last quarter as joblessness increased to its greatest level in four years amidst the coronavirus crisis, it was exposed today. Main figures showed there were a record 314,000 lay-offs in the 3 months to September as struggling services wielded the axe …

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Amazon hit with antitrust charges by EU regulators

The European Union has filed antitrust charges versus Amazon, accusing the online retail giant of utilizing business information to get an unjust benefit over merchants running on its platform. The charges follow a two-year investigation into Amazon’s double function as a market along with a vendor, taking on other companies …

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Pompeo says ‘there will be smooth transition to our second Trump

United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has actually stated “there will be a smooth transition to our second Trump administration” – in spite of the president having lost the election to Joe Biden. The remarks reflected the existing administration’s ongoing rejection to accept the result of the 3 November …

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Royal Navy warship HMS Tyne shadows Russian vessel off Scotland

[h3] [/h3] A Royal Navy warship has been monitoring two Russian ships in UK waters off Scotland. Patrol ship HMS Tyne has actually kept close watch on Viktor Leonov, an intelligence-gathering ship, and her supporting tanker Sergey Osipov. They have been cruising around the Moray Firth, where they sheltered from …

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