The fact that the past decade has been the warmest on record bears 'a clear fingerprint' of climate change, said the World Meteorological Organization, which just released United in Science 2020, a multi-department assessment of the latest climate science data. … [Read more...] about 3.2 BILLION people will have a shortage of drinking water by 2050: Study warns that climate change will cause supplies to decrease by 60%
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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
She added: "We now hope the Payment Systems Regulator [the economic regulator for payments] will do everything in its power to support the industry to ensure a long-term funding solution can be introduced, including using its regulatory powers if required." … [Read more...] about Bank transfer fraud victims will be refunded under new rules IF banks sign up
Half a week’s pay for each full year you were under 22, One week’s pay for each full year you were 22 or older, but under 41, One and half week’s pay for each full year you were 41 or older. Sadly, you won't be entitled to a payout if you've been working for your employer for fewer than two years. … [Read more...] about Lloyds Bank to axe 865 jobs as it resumes restructuring plans
In contrast with the US economy, where firms borrow on bond markets, lending in Europe is driven by banks. The ECB has found a new way to stimulate the economy by creating a tiered system of interest rates. If banks lend to business, they can now do so with funds from the so-called TLTRO facility that the ECB pays them to borrow from. This subsidy to bank lending has not been enough to prevent a worrying slide towards deflation, but it has worked in ensuring that credit flow has not collapsed. … [Read more...] about The world’s central banks are starting to experiment. But what comes next?