Labour heavywieght Hilary Benn has entered the race to chair the parliamentary committee responsible for scrutinising the government's Brexit strategy.
Benn is seeking re-election as the chair of.. City A.M.
MPs ramp up the pressure on former BHS owner Sir Philip Green by unanimously recommending he is stripped of his knighthood, following the collapse of British Home Stores. Source: PA - Press Association STUDIO -
The company behind the "flying bum" airship and a tech startup whose lights now appear on Boris bikes across the capital are among 17 companies to be selected for the London Stock Exchange's.. City A.M.
Theresa May's shock declaration of an early General Election has left MPs scrambling to make decisions over whether or not they will seek to retain their jobs in Westminster.
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Business secretary Greg Clark has vowed to take "decisive" action on energy prices, but admitted that any intervention may not take place until after the election.
Speaking to MPs, Clark said the.. City A.M.
Iain Wright, Labour MP for Hartlepool and chair of the business, energy and industrial strategy committee, has announced he will not stand for re-election in the snap election on 8 June.
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Asos and Amazon will be in the spotlight this week as the agency that provided workers to Sports Direct is questioned by MPs.
Transline Group's finance director Jennifer Hardy will be grilled by.. City A.M.
The role of electric vehicles as part of the government's industrial strategy will be investigated by the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee.
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Prime Minister Theresa May's flagship industrial strategy runs the risk of failure without more long-term planning, an influential committee of MPs has warned.
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Chair of the Commons business committee Iain Wright, pictured today, tore into their rip-off prices and poor customer service but risked infuriating domestic abuse charities with his analogy. MailOnline
2016 has been an interesting year to say the least.
There has of course been a plethora of notable political events over the past 12 months, but there’s also been plenty going on in the business.. City A.M.
Business Secretary of State Greg Clark has written a response to Iain Wright, Chair of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee, saying he disagrees with the committee’s view that the.. City A.M.
The chair of the business select committee that paid Sports Direct a memorable visit earlier in the week, has written to Mike Ashley. And boy, he's not happy.
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Shocked MPs were left fuming after Mike Ashley's Sports Direct apparently attempted to spy on them using a camera hidden under a plate of sandwiches.
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