Business By Theo Leggett Business correspondent, BBC News 26 July 2019 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.com/news/business-49090755 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel The European Union is planning to make speed limiters compulsory on all new cars from 2022 … [Read more...] about Are speed limiters the best way to reduce road deaths?
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It wasn’t just the transfer that shocked Scottish football to its core, it was also one of the most momentous times in the country’s history. Something incredible happened in July 1989 when Rangers openly signed a Catholic for the first time. They had signed Catholics before, but nothing as high-profile as this. And it wasn't just any Catholic, it was former Celtic striker Maurice Johnston, who was about to rejoin his old club just days before Graeme Souness persuaded him to go to Ibrox. It happened 30 years ago today and the move sent shockwaves that reverberated around Scottish football. Record Sport Online take a look through the history books to discover how it was reported. From Johnston's signing, to the incredible exclusive with Don Kichenbrand the next day, it is a fascinating read through the history books. Front page July 11 lead: MO'S BLUE PARADISE Scotland was stunned yesterday when Rangers broke their no-Catholic barrier in the most sensational way ... By … [Read more...] about When Mo Johnston signed for Rangers
Sommer Johnson thought everything was finally coming together for her last year. She was engaged, working full time and doing well in online college classes when her fiance's mother died a week before their wedding day - triggering a series of large and unexpected expenses that left her struggling to pay her bills and brought her to the verge of bankruptcy. "I keep hearing this is one of the best economies we've ever had and unemployment is down, especially among African-Americans, which I am," said Johnson, 39, who lives in Douglasville, Georgia, an Atlanta suburb. "I'm looking around going, 'Where is this boom?' From where I sit, this doesn't look like the best economy ever." The economic expansion this week became the longest in U.S. history, surpassing the 1990s boom, which lasted exactly a decade. The stock market is at record levels, with the Dow Jones industrial average closing at a new high Wednesday ahead of the July 4 holiday, and President Donald Trump has made the economy's … [Read more...] about As economy booms, many a crisis away from bust
He explained: “I did say, ‘Well, the United States right now has among the cleanest climates there are based on all statistics.’ And it’s even getting better because I agree that we want the best water, the cleanest water. It’s crystal clean, has to be crystal clean clear.” He added: “China, India, Russia, many other nations, they have not very good air, not very good water, and the sense of pollution. If you go to certain cities … you can’t even breathe, and now that air is going up … They don’t do the responsibility.” Finally, pressed on whether he accepted the scientific consensus behind climate change, he said: “I believe there’s a change in weather, and I think it changes both ways. Don’t forget, it used to be called global warming, that wasn’t working, then it was called climate change. Now it’s actually called extreme weather, because with extreme weather, you can’t … [Read more...] about Scotland has world-leading climate targets, but are they enough?
PUBLISHED: 10:53 29 September 2010 | UPDATED: 12:01 29 September 2010 Matt Adams speaks at length to Mark King, legendary bass-wielding frontman for Level 42, as the band celebrates its 30th anniversary. HIS was the thumb which inspired a thousand bass guitarists, the front man of one of the most popular bands of the eighties, successfully bridging the gap between funk and pop in a way no other group had ever achieved.Between 1980 and 1994 hits including Lessons In Love, Something About You, Running In The Family, Leaving Me Now and The Sun Goes Down catapulted Level 42 into the premier league of British music acts, with the distinctive slap bass of guitarist Mark King a familiar characteristic of their work.But the changing music landscape in the mid-1990s saw the group’s time in the spotlight come to an end, and solo careers beckoned until public demand brought key members back together once again in 2005.Now the group is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a series of … [Read more...] about Something About Him