News

UK GDP Grew 0.8% in Second Quarter of 2014

UK GDP followed on from the first quarter’s growth with a second quarter growth of another 0.8 percent says the Office for national Statistics (ONS).

Commonwealth Games Sparks Surge of Support for an Independent Scotland

The ‘No’ camp may have thought that the fight was over when looking at recent opinion polls, but there has been a surge of Scottish nationalism on the back of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow says the bookmaker William Hill.

£383 Billion Infrastructure Pipeline Announced

Rightmove to unveil the ‘House Price Trendometer’

Business & Finance

What Makes This Beaten-Down Stock So Attractive

Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. (NYSE/CMG) showed why it’s the hottest restaurant stock out there at this time. The stock has been a favorite of mine since declining to the mid-$200.00 level in October 2013.

Why This Old Tech Stock Is Relevant Again

Tesla Opens Store and Service Centre in West London

Hometrack Housing Survey reveals ‘seasonal’ dip is likely to linger as London market cools rapidly

Politics

Shift work linked to heightened risk of type 2 diabetes

Risk highest in men and those on rotating shift patterns

Shift work is linked to a heightened risk of developing type 2 diabetes, with the risk seemingly greatest among men and those working rotating shift patterns

Campaigners accuse Cameron of hypocrisy on ‘Buy British food’

TheCityUK responds to latest Balance of Competences report

Prudential Regulation Authority consults on implementing the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive

Science, Technology & Environment

Stop free fertility treatment for “lifestyle” babies to curb climate change

And deploy carbon capping schemes for fertility clinics, argues bioethicist

Free fertility treatment should be banned for those making “lifestyle” reproductive choices, such as sterilisation reversal or single motherhood for fertile women. And fertility clinics should be subject to carbon capping schemes

The History of Solar Panels and How They Work

Despite the UK’s reputation for bad weather, the humble solar cell still has great potential over here.

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