Wave of cash from rich firms will turbocharge the recovery, says Chancellor Rishi Sunak 

Wave of cash from rich firms will turbocharge the recovery, says Chancellor Rishi Sunak By Tom Witherow and Lucy White For The Daily Mail Published: 23:38 BST, 4 May 2021 | Updated: 23:38 BST, 4 May 2021 Cash-rich companies and consumers will unleash a wave of spending to turbo-charge Britain’s recovery from the pandemic, the … Read more

Cryptomania craze sweeps the world of art

InsidePadua’s Arena Chapel, a series of fabulous frescos by Renaissance painter Giotto adorn the walls. In one, banker Enrico Scrovegni can be seen kneeling in front of the Virgin Mary, begging for forgiveness.  He is said to have commissioned the entire set of works to atone for the great sin of charging interest on loans, … Read more

Fight between restaurants and insurers over lockdown payouts heats up

Court fight between restaurant groups and insurers over business interruption payouts heats up By Daily Mail City & Finance Reporter Published: 21:50 BST, 21 April 2021 | Updated: 21:50 BST, 21 April 2021 Corbin & King, which owns The Wolseley, believes they should have been paid business interruption insurance during the lockdowns The fight between … Read more

The £9bn cladding black hole: Property owners left facing shock bills

Four leading developers have made almost £10 billion in profits since the Grenfell disaster and have pledged just over £400 million to fix unsafe homes. Here, the Mail dissects their offers… Persimmon (value: £9.25 billion) OFFER: £75 million for 26 buildings with potentially dangerous cladding and other safety defects. Nine of these are over 18 … Read more

The £9bn cladding black hole: Property left facing shock bills

Four leading developers have made almost £10 billion in profits since the Grenfell disaster and have pledged just over £400 million to fix unsafe homes. Here, the Mail dissects their offers… Persimmon (value: £9.25 billion) OFFER: £75 million for 26 buildings with potentially dangerous cladding and other safety defects. Nine of these are over 18 … Read more

Insurers escape new rules preventing them overcharging loyal customers until next year

Insurers escape new rules preventing them overcharging loyal customers until next year By Fiona Parker For The Daily Mail Published: 22:00 GMT, 23 March 2021 | Updated: 22:00 GMT, 23 March 2021 Insurers told the Financial Conduct Authority they needed more time to adapt to new rules stopping them overcharging loyal customers Insurers won’t be … Read more