Dyson's no longer a British company.
Pro-Brexit James Dyson was the great British success story... but he's now "future-proofing" his company by moving it to Singapore. 🤔
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Life chances rich vs poor in the UK
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How much has ghost Brexit cost?
October the 31st was supposed to be the day the UK left the EU. So how much has the government spent on a phantom Brexit? 👻
Theresa May, Boris Johnson and the "glass cliff"
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Juta Shoes, the social enterprise helping disadvantaged women
When they realised how many women in East London had a hard time finding work, Joanna and Sabeha put their talents together and created Juta Shoes. Here is their story. 💪👠
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Decode: The true cost of Harry and Meghan's Frogmore Cottage
Harry and Meghan’s renovations are costing taxpayers £2.4 million, but the cottage is also part of an estate that brings in millions per year. Here’s how:
The number of low-income countries have halved
"Globally, extreme poverty has dropped to 700 million at the last count." The number of low-income countries has halved in almost 20 years, and its largely thanks to globalisation. At least, that's what the World Bank stated in its recent report.
Cutting working hours could help save the planet
Workers in the UK would have to move to a 9-hour week to stay in line with the Paris Agreement. Here is how cutting working hours could help fight the climate crisis:
Norway vs the UK on inequality
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