Thursday, 21 October 2021

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Scottish billionaire car dealer Sir Arnold Clark dies

GLASGOW: Sir Arnold Clark, the founder of Britain’s biggest independent group of car dealerships, has died at the age of 89. The billionaire was born in Glasgow, where he set up his first showroom in 1954. A statement said he had passed away peacefully, “surrounded by his family”. It added ...

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British Teenagers in training to protect the UK against cyber attacks

LONDON: Thousands of teens will be given intense cyber security training in order to boost Britain’s defences against online attacks. The scheme forms part of the government’s effort to protect against a future skills shortage amid concern about the damage that hackers could inflict on the country’s infrastructure. Security experts ...

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Britain says U.S. immigration curbs do not apply to UK travellers

LONDON: Britain’s Foreign Office said that U.S. President Donald Trump’s travel restrictions only applied to individuals travelling from the seven named countries, so people arriving from other countries, including the United Kingdom, would not be subject to more checks regardless of nationality or place of birth. British Foreign Minister Boris ...

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Barclays: London will still be the ‘financial lungs’ of Europe

LONDON: The City of London will still be the ‘financial lungs’ of Europe after Brexit, Barclays chief executive Jes Staley has said. In separate remarks, the bank’s chairman John McFarlane also said the UK government supported a three year transition deal on the Brexit deal. The Barclays chiefs were both ...

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Britain’s May urges ‘smooth and orderly’ Brexit

BRUSSELS: British Prime Minister Theresa May urged her EU counterparts to make Brexit “as smooth and orderly… as possible” as they prepared to discuss the process at a dinner without her. “We want that to be as smooth and orderly a process as possible. It is not just in our ...

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Infrastructure key to UK’s first post-Brexit budget

LONDON: Britain’s first post-Brexit budget will focus on infrastructure and could spell an end to the previous government’s rigid fiscal targets, according to a treasury statement released Sunday. The budget will be new finance minister Philip Hammond’s first set-piece since replacing George Osborne who resigned following the June vote. Under ...

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