WATCH: UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s Weird COVID Interview Still Has Everyone Talking
The Internet is still roasting the UK's health secretary for an interview he gave about the coronavirus vaccine in which he appeared to cry. “Matt Hancock forgot the golden rule of pretending to cry on national television,” one tweeter noted, “which is to produce at least one discernible tear.”Read all
President Biden’s decision to nominate Lael Brainard to become Federal Reserve vice chairwoman elevates a veteran economist who has been a strong ally of Chairman Jerome Powell on the central bank’s boldest policy decisions during the pandemic.
Ian King speaks to the chief executive of Barclaycard to discuss whether or not shoppers are willing to splash the cash on Black Friday following a surge in inflation. Plus, hear from the chief executive of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders about an "extremely worrying" fall in demand for UK cars. And founder of Benji's Buns joins the ...
The Christmas advertising is in full swing and corporate commitments to environmental and sustainability improvements that were prevalent in October, seem to be now somewhat faded in the mix with focus firmly on getting customers to spend, spends, spend.
Afghanistan is becoming the world’s largest humanitarian crisis. The Food and Agricultural Organization said that 18.8 million Afghans are unable to feed themselves every day. This number is set to rise to nearly 23 million by the end of the year. Nearly nine million people are close to starvation.