17 Jan (Reuters) – Below are the headlines on the business side of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these articles and does not vouch for their accuracy.
– Teachers in England and Wales have announced they will go on strike, joining nurses, railway workers and others in doing so, creating further headaches for Prime Minister Rishisnakk’s government.
– Pharmaceutical companies AbbVie and Eli Lilly have pulled out of the UK’s voluntary drug pricing agreement, the Association of British Pharmaceutical Industries (ABPI) said.
– The Jim Ratcliffe Foundation, a charity founded by Britain’s richest man Sir Jim Ratcliffe, funded a £16m ($19.53m) luxury clubhouse for luxury clubs in the French Alps After supporting the donation, it is being investigated by the Charity Commission.
– Adidas appoints a former Cambodian trade union leader as its new co-CEO, launching a collection of vintage-style clothing worn by factory workers as its parody launch event at Berlin Fashion Week wreaked havoc on the fashion world. I had to deny what I had announced. .
– UK Culture Secretary Michelle Donnellan has accepted changes to the Online Safety Bill that would make senior executives of technology companies criminally liable for continued breaches of their duty of care towards children.
– London Mayor Sadiq Khan has been accused of manipulating public consultations on expanding London’s Ultra Low Emission Zones (Ulez) after more than 5,000 votes were revealed to have been eliminated.
– Inflexion Private Equity is one of the parties that approached wealth management consulting firm MJ Hudson about purchasing a portion of the business.
UK’s proposed changes to insurance capital rules could force the government to bail out policyholders, according to the Bank of England ($1 = £0.8194) (edited by Bangalore Newsroom)