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  1. 'Work is never done’ in boardroom equality battle, says ex-FTSE review boss

    By Holly Williams, PA Business Editor & Lawrence Matheson Nearly seven out of 10 of the "most powerful jobs in UK business" are given to men, and there's a lot more work to be done to increase female representation in Britain's boardrooms, warns Denise Wilson, the former boss of t
  2. FTSE 100 Live 23 May: Index closes down as growth slows, Nvidia soars on Wall Street, Nationwide profits slip

    By Michael Hunter,Daniel O'Boyle and Simon Hunt The FTSE 100 steadied this morning after an early fall, as markets digest news of a July election and PMI figures showing a slowdown in services inflation. Meanwhile, National Grid has announced a huge investment in green transition i
  3. Businesses urged to take part in major new census on UK's net zero progress

    By Rebecca Speare-Cole, PA sustainability reporter & Lawrence Matheson Businesses are being encouraged to take part in a major new census that will track the private sector's progress towards the UK's net zero target by 2050. This national research initiative, supported by the Gove
  4. Akufo-Addo has taken a tough decision to help solve the Dumsor crisis in the country - Read more here

    By Cornerlis Affre President Akufo-Addo has directed that electricity exported to Ghana's neighbours be redirected to the national grid. This was revealed by Atta Akyea, who said this shows the President's commitment to addressing the erratic supply situation in Ghana He said the op
  5. National Grid to cut out-of-hours repair callouts in major change to service

    By Ruby Flanagan The National Grid could cut its out of hours repair callouts for certain groups of customers. The National Grid is responsible for power connections to homes, and currently, it will send out a repairman within three hours if notified between 7am and 7pm on weekdays
  6. Meet the girl, 4, who is obsessed with electricity pylons as mum praises 'unique' daughter

    By Jasmine Siddon The spark in little Lucy Hardman’s eyes as she stands beneath an electricity pylon says it all. For the young live wire is utterly obsessed with the giant structures, which totally light up her life. The four-year-old gets such a buzz from looking at pylons that h
  7. Tarnation: #NationalGrid files plan to keep gooey tar left over the way its predecessor used to make gas from continuing to ooze out of the site now better known for the Ho Chi Minh tank #Dorchester #Boston #DorchesterBay #MorrisseyBoulevard #GallivanBoulevard
  8. Citizen complaint of the day: Our tacky-ass gas company #Charlestown #NationalGrid #Boston #311