What’s the top story in the news from the Tory part conference today? Nope, not leadership squabbles or Brexit border babble. It’s proposals that would mean waiters finally get their own tips. Some might say this has been a long time coming…
If you can’t bear any more stories about Boris or Brexit, there are some interesting promises coming from the conference. After last week’s renationalisation binge from Labour, the big threat to businesses – business rates – may finally be addressed by the Government. A tax on foreign home buyers is also being mooted. But is it too little, too late?
One of Resolver’s leading campaign stories in the last year has been on the evolution of how we shop, spend and socialise. The BBC take a look at this changing landscape, while the Guardian focus on the impact of a ‘cashless society’.
Remember when Facebook was fun instead of a world-straddling, data harvesting, evil machine? No? Me neither. Anyway, more bad press this week after a huge hack was brushed under the carpet by the company. Meanwhile, the Mail report that YouTube videos explaining how to hack the parent company are available online.
Another big fine for a bank that got breached. Tesco bank will be forced to pay out nearly £17 million for another error that could have been avoided. Expect more fines to follow – but will the industry shape up?
And compensation will be winging its way to Ford customer’s who suffered engine failures. This was a spectacular error, with many people having to deal with cars that burst in to flames while driving!
James Walker comments on the trouble with car finance companies in the Mail on Sunday’s big money feature over the weekend. Find out more about how people are being ripped off below.
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