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Coronavirus: World economy 'may face double recession' Image copyright Getty Images The world economy already faces an economic downturn worse than the Great Depression. But this could be followed by another “possibly much worse downturn”, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). World governments are giving trillions of dollars in stimulus packages to help prop up their economies. Sovereign debts that they are racking up may push the global economy into a second recession, the EIU warns. Earlier this week, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said the world economy would shrink at its fastest pace in decades, raising fears it will be the worst recession since the 1930s Great Depression.
England v Pakistan: second Test, day five start delayed – live! 1.00pm BST13:00 There'll now be an inspection at 1.40pm BST I guess if there’s no more rain, we might be able to play within the hour after that, but in the meantime, I’m going to have some scran, wishing I’d defrosted the sausages in the freezer. 12.59pm BST12:59 “£30 a kilo sounds cheap to me for pine nuts, says Nigel Benson. “I would definitely stock up at this price. Beirut recovery effort gathers pace amid growing anger at Lebanon's leaders Search and rescue teams, firefighters and medics continued to comb through what remains of Beirut port on Friday, competing for space with men who were not wearing uniforms or displaying official status, and who several observers said were directing clean-up efforts. As international rescue teams arrived in the Lebanese capital to help with the recovery, the scene of the explosion appeared increasingly frantic, with ambulances and unmarked vans repeatedly entering the site. A Dutch team that had just arrived in Lebanon was initially kept away by Lebanese officials who insisted the sniffer dogs they brought with them were not allowed. “Then they sent them to parts that didn’t really matter,” said one senior official.
in.reuters WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. sued Google on Tuesday, accusing the $1 trillion company of illegally using its market muscle to hobble rivals in the biggest challenge to the power and influence of Big Tech in decades. [Captions auto-generated & unedited.] It's the biggest government action U.S. sues Google, says breakup may be needed Measles resurgence fear amid coronavirus Image copyright Science Photo Library Measles outbreaks may occur as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, officials say, because some vaccination programmes are having to be delayed. Unicef says 117 million children in 37 countries may not get immunised on time.
Bayern Munich win Champions League as Kingsley Coman header sinks PSG When Kingsley Coman stole into space at the far post, he knew that the right delivery from Joshua Kimmich would give him the opportunity he had dreamed of. The Champions League final had been tight and tense, with a few chances for either team but, until this point, no clinical edge. That was about to change. Kimmich’s cross was perfect and Coman’s eyes lit up. Coronavirus live news: Auckland back in lockdown; Paris marathon cancelled as cases rise 1.29pm BST13:29 Britain’s NatWest is cutting at least 500 jobs across its retail business and closing one of its remaining offices in London as banks press on with cost-cutting in the face of a wave of expected loan losses due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The state-backed bank is finalising a voluntary redundancy round targeting cutting 550 full-time equivalent roles across its branches and ‘premier banking’ premium service, union Unite told Reuters. A NatWest spokesman confirmed the redundancy process. “We have taken the decision to invite applications for voluntary redundancy and will support those colleagues who apply with a comprehensive support package. There will be no compulsory redundancy as a result of this announcement,” the spokesman said.
Inside the mind of Jonathan Anderson, fashion's creative polymath Written by Fiona Sinclair ScottLondon Fashion is a creative dance between practical design and conceptual thinking. Success comes when the dance is so enthralling people can't look away. Jonathan Anderson understands this well and, as a result, he's enjoyed high praise from critics and a loyal fanbase over the years. Acting as the creative head of two brands -- Spanish house Loewe and his own London-based label JW Anderson -- the Northern Irish designer has defined his creative pursuits through collaboration and curation. "I am an enabler.