Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford boost their income by more than £1million business accounts reveal

Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford’s business accounts reveal they have boosted their income by more than £1million in the last year By Aisha Nozari For Mailonline Published: 11:16 BST, 19 April 2021 | Updated: 11:16 BST, 19 April 2021 Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford increased their income by more than £1million in the last year. … Read more

Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford boost their income by more than £1million business accounts reveal

Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford’s business accounts reveal they have boosted their income by more than £1million in the last year By Aisha Nozari For Mailonline Published: 11:16 BST, 19 April 2021 | Updated: 11:16 BST, 19 April 2021 Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford increased their income by more than £1million in the last year. … Read more

From Alaa Al Aswany to Ruth Hogan, Haruki Murakami and Rosalie Knecht: This week’s best new fiction 

From Alaa Al Aswany’s searing account to Madame Burova by Ruth Hogan, a semi-surreal collection by Haruki Murakami and Rosalie Knecht’s latest, this week’s best new fiction By Max Davidson and Eithne Farry and Anthony Gardner and John Williams Published: 22:01 BST, 10 April 2021 | Updated: 22:01 BST, 10 April 2021 The Republic Of … Read more

EU has fanned flames of division in Northern Ireland, says historian RUTH DUDLEY EDWARDS

I love Northern Ireland and most of its people, and find it heartbreaking to see the province in the news today not in commemoration of its centenary year but once again because of vicious communal violence. The law-abiding majority feel betrayed, and a new generation of young people is being encouraged by criminals to run … Read more

RUTH SUNDERLAND: Will end of virus hail baby bounce-back?

RUTH SUNDERLAND: Might there be a baby bounce-back when the coronavirus is vanquished? Let’s hope so for all our sakes Deaths from Covid have taken a grim toll, with 2.8million fatalities worldwide  But the more profound demographic – and economic – effect is likely to come from births, or rather the lack of them  We … Read more

RUTH SUNDERLAND: Why steel is still worth saving

Tottering steel magnate Sanjeev Gupta vowed yesterday that no UK steel plants will close on his watch. His resolve is commendable, but his options are limited. The problem for Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng and the Government is what to do about Gupta’s Liberty Steel plants. Kwarteng has already – quite rightly – turned down a … Read more

RUTH SUNDERLAND: This float on the stock market was a big fat Flopperoo 

Deliveroo’s float on the London stock market was one of the City’s most eagerly-awaited events. Investors had hoped shares would soar – but instead watched them plunge by a stomach-churning 30 per cent when trading began. They recovered a little, but the firm’s stock market debut was, in truth, nothing more than a big fat … Read more

RUTH SUNDERLAND: Britons can splurge without guilt when lockdown lifts

The packed scenes in parks and the latest data on GDP tell us the same thing: there is a huge amount of pent-up demand in the economy. People are desperate to get their pre-Covid lives back and they will be spending in pubs, restaurants and shops the minute they are allowed. Many can afford to … Read more

RUTH SUNDERLAND: Oxford Nanopore’s float puts Deliveroo’s in the shade  

Compare and contrast. Two high-profile floats in London: one a takeaway food business, shunned by several big investors because of its reliance on gig economy riders, the other an Oxford University spinout run by super-brains in lab coats. The cultural gulf could not be wider between Deliveroo and Oxford Nanopore, the biotech business that yesterday … Read more