Prime Minister and Chancellor turn around: now say they will self-isolate after outcry over ‘stupid’ plan to avoid staying home | Politics News

Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak will now self-isolate following outcry over their plans to avoid staying home after Sajid Javid tested positive for COVID-19, Downing Street said. After Mr. Javid, the newly appointed health secretary, contracted the coronavirus and went into quarantine, it was believed that a number of other …

Read More »

Metro Council hears ideas on COVID relief spending

Metro Council hosted the first of three contribution sessions, allowing the public to express how they want the city to spend $ 340 million in funding the US bailout. LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Millions of dollars in COVID relief are heading to Louisville, and the city is asking the community how …

Read More »

U.S. banks increase spending on talent and technology

Costs at major U.S. banks jumped more than $ 6.6 billion, or 10%, in the most recent quarter compared to the same period last year, as executives paid for talent and technology to fortify their businesses against growing competition from almost every angle. The increase in spending at JPMorgan Chase, …

Read More »

Rescuers rush to find survivors of deadly floods in Europe

AHRWEILER, Germany – The tombstones have been knocked over, almost completely submerged in the mud. Nearby, a destroyed SUV appeared to have fallen from the sky. But the damage in the medieval walled town of Ahrweiler, Germany on Saturday was not unique. In large swathes of western Germany and several …

Read More »

CFPB publishes summer 2021 supervision highlights | Weiner Brodsky Kider PC

The CFPB has issued its Highlights of the 24th Supervision, sharing observations and findings from reviews in the areas of automotive maintenance, consumer reporting, debt collection, deposits, fair lending, mortgage origination, mortgage servicing, mortgage, private education loan origination, payday loans and student loan services. CFPB publishes surveillance highlights “to help …

Read More »

State spending in the spotlight | The star

KUALA LUMPUR: The prosecution’s questions in Lim Guan Eng’s corruption trial seemed to catch the defense off guard as the hearing entered its fourth day. Deputy Prosecutor Wan Shaharuddin Wan Ladin asked the questions as the third witness in the case, Datuk Lim Hock Seng, read his witness statement. One …

Read More »