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Lucky 5,000 people would get £213 a week to live on under basic income trial

The proposed pilot project would see residents in two Welsh communities get enough money to cover their needs for two years Welsh adults could get £213.59 a week for free from the government under plans for a Universal Basic Income pilot. Children under 17 would get £120.48 a week, 18-64 year olds £213.59 and the over-65s £195.90.

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Lucky 5,000 people would get £213 a week to live on under basic income trial

Plan unveiled for 5,000 people in Wales to trial Universal Basic Income

Five thousand residents in Wales could take part in a two-year trial of Universal Basic Income, meaning they would receive regular and unconditional cash payments. It is designed to ensure everyone has a guaranteed income - regardless of their circumstances. The pilot would run in both urban and rural areas across Wales.

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Plan unveiled for 5,000 people in Wales to trial Universal Basic Income

Revealed: The professions most likely to leave you ‘trapped’ in rental market

Waitresses, care workers, cleaners, kitchen staff and construction workers are the most likely to be among people renting their home in London, according to a new study.Think tank Autonomy said the findings showed insecure work is trapping low-paid workers in the capital’s “overpriced” rental sector, with many of them having to pay around two thirds of their wages to get a roof over their head.

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Revealed: The professions most likely to leave you ‘trapped’ in rental market

Waitresses, carers and cleaners - most likely to be renters in London

Waitresses, care workers, cleaners, kitchen staff and construction workers are the most likely to be among people renting their home in London, according to a new study.Think tank Autonomy said the findings showed insecure work is trapping low-paid workers in the capital’s “overpriced” rental sector, with many of them having to pay around two thirds of their wages to get a roof over their head.

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Waitresses, carers and cleaners - most likely to be renters in London

Darktrace floats at £1.7 billion weeks after Deliveroo IPO flop

Security software group Darktrace today launched on the stock market with a value of £1.7 billion, or 250p a share.The company uses artificial intelligence developed by its team of Cambridge mathematicians to hunt for unusual patterns in companies’ IT systems which indicate a hack attack.Its float came just weeks after Deliveroo’s disastrous IPO flop which saw shares plunge on Day One.

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Darktrace floats at £1.7 billion weeks after Deliveroo IPO flop

Darktrace big hitters in bid to win over investors: Cyber firm seeks to allay fears ahead of £3bn London float

Darktrace is set to call on a high-profile roster of heavy hitters as it drums up support for its forthcoming float.The decision by bosses to push ahead with the London listing, which could value the cyber security firm at £3billion, comes just weeks after fellow tech firm Deliveroo flopped on its debut.

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Darktrace big hitters in bid to win over investors: Cyber firm seeks to allay fears ahead of £3bn London float

Mike Lynch fraud case casts a shadow over £3bn Darktrace float plan

Cybersecurity company admits criminal and civil charges against its founding shareholder "could result in a material adverse effect" The cybersecurity provider Darktrace has warned that the fraud allegations against its founding shareholder, the former Autonomy chief executive Mike Lynch, threaten its prospects as it gears up for a £3bn stock market debut.

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Mike Lynch fraud case casts a shadow over £3bn Darktrace float plan

Cybersecurity firm Darktrace plans £3bn London float in a move set to provide former Autonomy boss Mike Lynch with a windfall

Cybersecurity firm Darktrace has confirmed its intention to float on the London Stock Exchange in a move that will reportedly value the firm at up to £3billion.The Cambridge-based company, which is backed by former Autonomy boss Mike Lynch, is one of the first big tech firms to have chosen London for its initial public offering after Deliveroo's flop earlier this month.

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Cybersecurity firm Darktrace plans £3bn London float in a move set to provide former Autonomy boss Mike Lynch with a windfall

Four-day working week on the cards for 3,000,000 UK workers

Nearly a fifth of UK companies are considering switching to a four-day week after the pandemic, according to a survey.The move may benefit up to three million workers as businesses look set to adopt a range of more flexible working patterns once lockdown is over.

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Four-day working week on the cards for 3,000,000 UK workers

Millions of workers in Britain could change to four-day week after pandemic, study finds

MORE than three million UK companies may change to a four-day working week after the pandemic, according to a study.Results from a survey conducted by the charity Be The Business show that 18 percent of organisations are considering the move as a way to increase productivity.

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Millions of workers in Britain could change to four-day week after pandemic, study finds

Three million UK workers may move to a post-pandemic four-day week study finds - as PwC tells 22,000 staff to start and finish work when they want

More than a million British companies employing three million workers could move to a four-day working week after the Covid crisis, a study has found.

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Three million UK workers may move to a post-pandemic four-day week study finds - as PwC tells 22,000 staff to start and finish work when they want

Four day working week recommended to UK government

There are increased calls for a change to working patterns in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic Spain is planning to introduce a four day working week in a bid to stop boost the economy back from coronavirus.

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Four day working week recommended to UK government

It is 'unjust' for High Court to use Deloitte evidence, Mike Lynch's lawyers claim

HP is seeking to add new evidence into Mike Lynch's High Court trial It would be “unjust” for the $5bn (£3.5bn) Autonomy High Court fraud trial to receive last-minute evidence about misconduct by Deloitte, lawyers for Mike Lynch have claimed.

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It is 'unjust' for High Court to use Deloitte evidence, Mike Lynch's lawyers claim

British tech tycoon battles extradition to US: Mike Lynch faces 'degrading' treatment, claim lawyers

British tech tycoon Mike Lynch faces 'degrading' treatment in a US prison if he is extradited on fraud charges, a court was told yesterday. Lawyers defending the 55-year-old warned that he suffers from health problems and cannot be guaranteed humane treatment if he is found guilty and imprisoned on the other side of the Atlantic. And they said there was a 'realistic possibility' of criminal prosecution in the UK if his extradition is blocked – adding that 'the United States is not the global marshal of the

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British tech tycoon battles extradition to US: Mike Lynch faces 'degrading' treatment, claim lawyers

Autonomy boss fights extradition to US over HP sale

S OFTWARE giant Autonomy "cooked its books" to inflate its value by at least $1.7 billion before being sold to the US, a court heard. Michael Lynch is accused of being involved in a multibillion-dollar fraud in America over the sale of the firm to Hewlett-Packard (HP) in 2011 for 11 billion dollars (£8.5 billion) which resulted in "colossal financial losses" for the US firm. US authorities claim he deliberately overstated the value of his business, which specialised in software to sort through large data sets.

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Autonomy boss fights extradition to US over HP sale

Autonomy co-founder's lawyers attack 'overweening' US extradition effort

Mike Lynch arrives at Westminster magistrates court, in London. Photograph: Hannah McKay/Reuters Lawyers acting for Mike Lynch, the British tech multimillionaire facing extradition on fraud charges, accused the US in a London court on Monday of exerting itself as “an overweening international police force”. Lynch, charged with 14 counts of conspiracy and fraud linked to the $11.6bn (£8.6bn) sale of his former company Autonomy to Hewlett-Packard (HP) a decade ago, was beginning a legal fight against extradition

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Autonomy co-founder's lawyers attack 'overweening' US extradition effort

UK tech entrepreneur Lynch starts to fight extradition to U.S. over alleged fraud

LONDON (Reuters) - British tech billionaire Michael Lynch began his fight against extradition to the United States to face charges over the sale of the software company he co-founded on Tuesday, in a test of an extradition treaty critics say is lopsided. Slideshow ( 3 images ) U.S. prosecutors want the 55-year-old to stand trial on 17 counts, including securities fraud, connected to the sale of Autonomy to Hewlett-Packard (HP) in a $11 billion deal in 2011. Lynch categorically denies the charges. HP has already

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UK tech entrepreneur Lynch starts to fight extradition to U.S. over alleged fraud

Lynch forced back to High Court in new fight over Autonomy fraud case

The dispute will further delay a decision in the fraud trial, which ended more than a year ago The $5bn (£3.7bn) “trial of the century” into alleged fraud by entrepreneur Mike Lynch over the sale of software firm Autonomy has been blown open after Hewlett Packard Enterprise demanded the High Court consider misconduct by Deloitte in its judgment. A new hearing is set to take place later this month in the civil trial over Hewlett Packard's disastrous $11.7bn deal to buy FTSE 100 business Autonomy, more

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Lynch forced back to High Court in new fight over Autonomy fraud case

Sovereignty in the dock as Autonomy’s Mike Lynch battles the US

Autonomy founder returns to court to fight US extradition, in round two of the Hewlett Packard fraud case Mike Lynch would probably be happy never to see the inside of a courtroom again. The tech entrepreneur spent a gruelling 22 days on the stand in 2019 in a $5bn (£3.7bn) fraud claim brought against him by Hewlett Packard Enterprises, one of the longest interrogations in British legal history. More than a year since the 93-day civil trial ended, Mr Justice Hildyard is yet to deliver his verdict but Lynch

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Sovereignty in the dock as Autonomy’s Mike Lynch battles the US