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The UK advertising watchdog has banned a high-profile marketing campaign by Swedish alt-milk brand Oatly after ruling its green claims were misleading. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) launched an investigation into the campaign after receiving 109 complaints from members of the

Royal Mail plans to cut 700 managerial jobs in a restructuring that has forced it to lower its profit outlook for the year. The privatised national postal operator said it hoped that the move would ensure an “improved focus on local

The number of new Chinese students enrolling at British universities fell for the first time last year, while soaring numbers from India came over to study. The decrease of 5 per cent, the first in more than a decade, could herald

Tory pressure to delay April’s rise in national insurance has intensified as official figures showed government finances were in a healthier state than expected. Borrowing was £13 billion lower than forecast, according to the Office for National Statistics. MPs and right-leaning

Contracts ensure that both sides are held to their obligations during a negotiation, and can help prevent disputes from arising. Unfortunately, not everyone follows through on their commitments, which is known as a breach of contract. In this post, we will