1. ‘No fault’ evictions in London surge 52% in a year as Sadiq Khan slams failure to ban them as 'huge betrayal'

    By Noah Vickers The number of ‘no fault’ evictions in London increased 52 per cent in the last year - more than five times the rate seen in the rest of England and Wales, a City Hall analysis reveals. Sadiq Khan said the data showed how the Government’s failure to ban the evictions
  2. Google to invest $2 bn in Malaysia: government

    By © AFP 2022 Google will invest $2 billion in Malaysia to house the firm's first data centre in the country, the government said Thursday, making it the latest tech titan to pump cash into the region in search of growth opportunities. The government said the cash would support 26,
  3. Tories hint at rapid National Service U-turn after Labour warnings on England stars

    By Daniel Orme England football players WOULD be exempt from the Tories' chaotic National Service plan after a dramatic U-turn from Downing Street. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak announced a radical plan to reinstate National Service as part of his policy for July's General Election . A
  4. New minimum wage: Labour stands firm on fresh demands for workers’ welfare

    By Esther Odili Negotiations for the new minimum wage continue as organised labour has rejected the federal government's N60,000 offer, and insisted all negotiations end by Friday, May 31 The President of the NLC, Joe Ajaero, confirmed the development to journalists on Wednesday, M
  5. See what Ruth Kadiri's experienced after taking her daughter to the hospital for vaccination

    By Shade Metibogun Ruth Kadiri has made her grievance known after visiting the federal government hospital to take vaccines for her children According to her, the nurse told her that the immunizations were not available more than one year that she has been going there She called out