Mr Banks – the self-confessed 'Bad Boy of Brexit' – told The Mail on Sunday: 'I'm fuming. Mr Edmonds has run off to a lush part of New Zealand with my money, dishonestly trying to hide from his debtors. We backed him when no one else would in his fight with the banks, he won and then he headed for New Zealand without even acknowledging his debt to me and my company. No deal is not an option – cough up, or I will drag you back to the UK to face the music.' … [Read more...] about Noel Edmonds is accused of running off to New Zealand to avoid paying £1million debt to Bad Boy Brexit creditor Arron Banks – who says: ‘No Deal is not an option!’
The furlough scheme has supported more than 9 million workers since March and been hailed a success by business leaders who say it should continue to cover the leisure and hospitality sectors as well as hard-pressed manufacturing industries such as aerospace. … [Read more...] about Bank of England’s top economist warns against furlough scheme extension
'We are going to need families to weather this crisis,' Cooper said to News4SanAntonio. 'They are going to need to apply for several public benefits along with getting food from the food bank if we're going to have enough food to nourish them and their loved ones.' … [Read more...] about Thousands of cars line up at San Antonio food bank from before dawn as millions file for unemployment across the country
Visit your local branch as soon as you can. If you can't get there, or it is closed, call your bank and ask for its guidance on what to do. If the bank’s phone services are also down or busy, try contacting your bank on social media to ask what to do. But remember: don’t ever share your account details over social media. Try to do this on the day the problem arises so you can show you made every attempt to solve the issue. If you still can't access your money, begin gathering evidence for a complaint. … [Read more...] about Is TSB down? How to check if the website or banking app is working
With interest rates pegged back, the immediate impact of this announcement was for the dollar to fall. In general, a weak dollar is good for the world economy. It helps those who borrow in dollars and whose trade is priced in it. But it puts Europe, which relies on selling exports in euros, under pressure. For a long time, the EU has been able to rely on worries about financial crises in Greece and Italy to keep the value of the euro down. Yet 2020 has upended that calculation. The political crises in the US, contrasted with the success of the Europeans in devising a financial deal, has sent the euro soaring, squeezing exports and tempting deflation by cutting the price of imports to Europe. … [Read more...] about The world’s central banks are starting to experiment. But what comes next?