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Movie ReviewHistorya ni HaDirected by Lav Diaz Lav Diaz's Historya ni Ha (History of Ha) may be his strangest work yet. If in Ang Hupa (The Halt, 2019) he proposes a Filipino dystopia complete with dictatorship and pandemic and volcano-induced darkness,

Asda has revealed it chartered its own cargo ship to ensure key festive items such as toys, clothing and decorations reach its stores, in the latest example of the extreme measures retailers are taking to mitigate pre-Christmas supply chain problems. The

Volumes of goods shipped directly from Ireland to the EU on new Brexit-busting ferry routes have rocketed by 50% in the past six months as exporters seek to avoid travelling across land through Great Britain, according to official data. Figures published

Almost 15 million consumers are using buy now, pay later credit, up by nearly a quarter from a year ago. Twenty-eight per cent of adults made at least one repayment using the rapidly expanding form of borrowing last month. Research by Equifax,

The economic slump carved a near-8 per cent slice off the tax contribution of Britain's largest 100 listed and private companies and their employees, research suggests. The businesses and their workers generated GBP77.1 billion for the taxman in the 12 months