Following a significant decline in revenue during the COVID-19 pandemic, British broadcasters are being consistently outbid by Netflix for new shows, supply of which is limited due to lockdown restrictions putting production on hold.
According to the British Property Federation, the number of new residential construction projects (or “housing starts”) for build-to-rent has declined “by almost 60% in the second quarter of the year.”
Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia’s national petroleum company, has just reported a 73% second-quarter drop in profit. Yet the world’s largest oil exporter is pressing ahead with its plan to pay shareholders $75bn in dividends anyway.
A Partner at law firm Hacker Young has found that the number of Footballers being investigated by HMRC is on the rise in the tax year 2019-2020 as footballers appear to be exploiting a tax “loophole” via inflating their image rights fees.
The details of Boris Johnson’s “New Deal for Britain” have recently been announced with plans to produce around 45,000 new homes. The Planning for the Future project was announced as a part of Rishi Sunak’s £600bn budget for capital projects over the coming 5 years.