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Bosses pay should be linked to employees' wage, says select committee

The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee have called for companies to do more to link top bosses’ pay to that of the rest of their workforce. In a report published today, the committee criticised “excessive” executive pay packages which they describe as “reputationally damaging” and fuelling “a perception of institutional unfairness.”

Rogue landlords exploit students, warns government minister

Chris Skidmore will vow to crackdown on "rogue private landlords" in a speech to students on Monday.

EU and Republic of Ireland continue no-deal Brexit talks

The EU and the Republic of Ireland held talks over a potential no-deal Brexit today after the European Commission admitted no deal is looking more likely.

Uber attempts to crack the Middle East

Uber is due to sign a deal worth $3.1 billion for the acquisition of a Dubai based rival Careem. The final agreement is due to be signed this week, and would mark a rare successful venture for tech companies in the Middle Eastern market.

1.5 million at "high risk" of losing their jobs to automation, say ONS

The Office for National Statistics have published analysis which claims that around 1.5 million jobs in England are “at high” risk of being automated. The analysis also found that women, young people and part-time workers were most at risk of having their roles automated.

Hammond: Second referendum a "coherent proposition"

Chancellor Philip Hammond said that a second referendum "deserves to be considered" in an interview with Sky News this morning.

Hundreds of thousands attend "Put It to the People" march

Hundreds of thousands have marched through central London today, calling for a second vote on Britain’s exit from the EU. According to the organisers of the march, the Put It To The People campaign, “over a million people” have marched from Hyde Park Corner to a rally in Parliament Square.

Third meaningful vote may be postponed if there is insufficient support

Theresa May told MPs in a letter last night that she may postpone a third vote on her Brexit deal until after next week if there is insufficient support to see it passed.

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