Jan 19 (Reuters) – The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
– Harbour Energy to cut jobs after UK windfall tax
– Britishvolt site draws interest from more than a dozen companies
– UK ambulance strikes could last until Easter, unions warn
– Starmer to tell Davos he wants to fix post-Brexit relationship with EU
– The British North Sea’s biggest oil and gas producer Harbour Energy Plc told its staff that it plans job cuts in the wake of a windfall tax imposed on the sector last year, the company said on Wednesday.
– UK startup Britishvolt has attracted over a dozen potetial buyers for its Northumberland factory, includng Swiss miner Glencore Plc and carmaker Tata Motors , only hours after its collapse.
– More than 10,000 ambulance workers, including paramedics, emergency care assistants and call handlers, will stage four more days of strike action in a dispute over pay and conditions, the GMB union said on Wednesday.
– Sir Keir Starmer, leader of the UK Labour Party, plans to announce in Davos on Thursday that he wants to improve Britain’s relations with the European Union, declaring that UK’s economy has been negatively affected by the post-Brexit trade deal. (Compiled by Bengaluru newsroom)
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