How can every mind matter in a broken mental health system? | Letters

Readers respond to the launch of the NHS Every Mind Matters campaign and share their thoughts on other mental health issues Congratulations to Suzanne Moore for highlighting those who are forgotten in campaigns such as Every Mind Matters (Telling people to jog will not solve this mental health crisis, 8 October). When Jeremy Hunt […]

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OECD aims to stop tech firms shifting profits to low-tax locations

Multinationals would be forced to pay more tax in countries where they make biggest sales Large internet companies would be forced to pay more tax in countries where they sell products and services under proposals for a global shake-up of taxation rules that currently allow companies to shift profits to low-tax locations. The Organisation […]

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China open to 'partial trade deal' with US, as tensions rise – business live

Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as hopes of a trade war breakthrough this week grip markets Latest: China open to ‘partial deal’, when talks resume tomorrow Bank of England: trade war is hurting global growth Introduction: trade talks resume, but relations look weak US blacklists companies over Xinjiang abuses China: […]

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Wonga customers' average compensation payout may be just £118

People who were mis-sold loans expected to get 10% of compensation they are owed Customers who were mis-sold loans by the collapsed payday lender Wonga are expected to receive less than 10% of what they are owed in compensation after administrators revealed that only £41m will be put aside for claimants. Administrators for Wonga, […]

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