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Paypal Ventures invests £9 million into Modulr. Meanwhile, ABI calls for a fundamental overhaul of the financial advice industry as consumers shun fees.
First, the London property market in July was 52% below its average activity for that month.
Business leaders ask for clarity on the UK’s lockdown expiry date.
Lack of clarity over what happens when English lockdown 'expires' on December 2nd is putting livelihoods at risk, business leaders warn. Call for government to give 7 days' notice of rule changes so employers can planhttps://t.co/spo1gO34ft
— James Hurley (@jameshurley) November 18, 2020
Elsewhere Caroline Molloy struggles to keep track of how much COVID cash Deloitte is getting this year.
From PPE to Test and Trace, the government is making it v hard to keep track of all the COVID cash Deloitte is getting… especially when some of the contracts appear to be nowhere to be seen… which is why we're here! My latest story is here – #PMQs https://t.co/ECIAL291ZT pic.twitter.com/qymDFPkMiF
— CarolineJMolloy (@carolinejmolloy) November 18, 2020
ABI calls for a fundamental overhaul of the financial advice industry.
ABI calls for fundamental financial advice overhaul as consumers shun feeshttps://t.co/PMHZ1U9SVr
— Professional Adviser (@Profadviser) November 18, 2020
And lastly, Paypal Ventures invests £9 million into Modulr.
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