Al-ArabiyaWanted Indian liquor tycoon in 'forced' UK exileAl-Arabiya“By taking my passport or arresting me, they are not getting any money,” Mallya told the UK-based Financial Times paper in an interview published on Friday. The tycoon told the paper that he would repay around $642 million .... Fortunately, there is an ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukNegative rates are bad for everyone - just ask Sir Philip GreenTelegraph.co.ukTo many of us, it's been obvious for a long time now that ultra-low interest rates are doing more harm than good, driving up house prices and mortgage debt for no particular benefit to consumption and business investment. Quite the reverse, in ...and more »
Daily MailFlorida man accused of killing tourist then having sex with her body for hoursDaily MailA Florida man murdered a 52-year-old woman, used her credit card to go and eat at a waffle house, and then returned to the scene and had sex with her body for hours, according to police. Timothy Johnson, 25, was ... Cook said that Therianos had planned ...and more »
Business Insider'Our aim is to make your better off': App-only bank Tandem is doing a £1 million crowdfunding campaignBusiness InsiderWe'll run through everything and figure out how we can get you a better deal on all the stuff you're buying right now, whether it's your utility bill, whether it's credit card, your mobile bill. ... Let's face it, 90% of the UK runs out of money at the ...and more »
Spectator.co.uk (blog)Gordon Brown is to blame for making bankruptcy respectableSpectator.co.uk (blog)Within two years of the Enterprise Act coming into force in April 2004 personal bankruptcies nearly doubled – and that was before the crash. Moreover, it soon became clear ... But surveying the wreckage of BHS it is easy to wonder whether it might not ...