March 17 (Reuters) – The following are the leading stories on the business enterprise pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
– UK’s North Sea oil business Hurricane Power, which was close to collapsing two years ago, is becoming taken more than by London-primarily based oil refining firm Prax Exploration & Production in a deal worth up to 249 million pounds ($300.six million).
– The British government and healthcare unions on Thursday agreed on a spend proposal with a five% wage boost in the coming year and urged workers to accept it, potentially ending strikes that have disrupted the National Overall health Service (NHS) for months.
– Britain’s John Lewis Partnership warned it would have to reduce employees numbers and scrap any bonus this year soon after the retail group fell into the red, posting a worse-than-anticipated 234 million pounds ($283 million) complete-year loss.
– Britain’s Rolls-Royce has received funding from the UK Space Agency to create a nuclear reactor for a moon base.
– The public faces a rise in the British Broadcasting Corp licence charge of 13 pounds subsequent year, with the government beneath stress to cancel the boost.
– Hutchison-owned 3 UK’s investment in its network is unsustainable in the lengthy term unless it merges with Vodafone, admitted Robert Finnegan, the mobile network’s boss.
– TikTok has been banned from UK government phones amid safety issues about the Chinese-owned video app, Cabinet Workplace minister Oliver Dowden announced.
– Former UK prime minister Boris Johnson has been re-chosen to run as the Conservative candidate in Uxbridge and South Ruislip for the subsequent common election.
– Virgin Orbit has “paused” its operations to deal with a funding crisis, weeks soon after its failed UK space launch from Cornwall.
– The Police Service of Northern Ireland has asked for 330 officers from the rest of the UK to help with a enormous safety operation through a take a look at to Northern Ireland by U.S. President Joe Biden. (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)
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