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Richard Branson · United Kingdom
Virgin Atlantic makes first transatlantic large plane flight using all sustainable fuel
For the first time a long haul commercial aircraft is flying across the Atlantic using 100% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). Until now regulators have only allowed airlines to use up to 50% of eco-fuel to power their engines.See the Story
52% Center coverage: 120 sources
Europe · United Kingdom
Nissan will invest $1.4 billion to make EV versions of its best-selling cars at its UK factory
Nissan will invest $1.4 billion to update its factory in northeast England to make electric versions of its two best-selling cars, a boost for the British government as it tries to revive the country's ailing economy.See the Story
51% Center coverage: 53 sources
British watchdog says Adobe-Figma merger could harm competition
The British Competition and Markets Authority said the proposed purchase of design software company Figma by Adobe would harm competition. The watchdog said the deal would eliminate competition between the two companies in the software markets of product design, image editing and illustration. A Figma representative told CNBC the company was "disappointed" by the finding.See the Story
56% Center coverage: 9 sources
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Government introduces new Post Office Compensation Bill
New legislation will ensure all those exposed to the IT scandal do not miss out on compensation. Following feedback from the Horizon IT Inquiry, government takes action to enable paying back claimants past arbitrary deadline. The Post Office scandal is one of the biggest miscarriages of justice in history and new law will ensure victims get the compensation they deserve.See the Story
CMA sets out Autumn update in review of competition in groceries sector
Price inflation continues to be at historically high levels, despite falling to 10.1% in October 2023. Some branded suppliers have pushed up prices by more than their costs increased, but in most cases, shoppers can find cheaper alternatives. CMA to examine further whether ineffective competition in the baby formula market could be leading to parents paying higher prices.See the Story
Dublin, Ireland · Dublin
BIIGC NOVEMBER 2023 JOINT COMMUNIQUÉ
The British-Irish Intergovernmental Conference (BIIGC) took place at Farmleigh in Dublin on 28 November 2023. The Conference was established under Strand Three of the Belfast / Good Friday Agreement. It was established to promote bilateral cooperation at all levels on all matters of mutual interest within the competence of the UK and Irish Governments.See the Story
Slough Multifuel Extension Project development consent decision announced
The Project consists of the extension of a multifuel combined heat and power (CHP) electricity generating station. The application was submitted to the Planning Inspectorate for consideration by SSE Slough Multifuel Limited on 30 September 2022. It was accepted for Examination on 26 October 2022 and recommendations were made to the Secretary of State on 11 September 2023.See the Story
King Charles · Argentina
King Charles’s Birthday Party at the British Embassy in Argentina
The British Embassy in Argentina celebrated HM King Charles III's 75th birthday at Ambassador Kirsty Hayes' Residence. The celebration was attended by about 900 guests, including figures from the political and business world, diplomats, academics, artists, journalists and civil society members. Ambassador Hayes took the opportunity to congratulate President-elect Javier Milei on his recent election victory.See the Story