Jan 4 (Reuters) – Below are the top stories from the business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these articles and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Liz Truss has warned UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak not to scrap childcare reforms amid growing frustration from Conservative MPs over the “unaffordable” costs facing parents.
Downing Street has expressed optimism that a solution to the current wave of rail strikes may be imminent. I got
Guardian staff will be forced to work from home for at least another three weeks as the newspaper struggles to recover from the cyberattack.
Brompton Bicycles, the UK’s largest bicycle manufacturer, plans to move parts of its supply chain out of China and Taiwan. Western companies are scrambling to defend against a possible invasion of Taiwan.
British students will learn mathematics until age 18 under a plan announced by British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.
Rishi Sunak says the NHS has all the funding it needs to deal with the crisis involving hospitals, but has been told by health leaders that urgent investments are needed to protect patients. Despite the repeated warnings of (Edited by Bangalore Newsroom)