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07 Apr
Wednesday newspaper round-up: Gambling firms, hospitality sector, M&G

Gambling firms have profited during the pandemic but are leaving the NHS to “pick up the pieces” of addiction and should be hit with a compulsory levy to fund treatment, the head of mental health in England has said. Claire Murdoch – national mental health director for NHS England – denounced the voluntary system that lets the industry dictate how much it contributes to helping addicts. - Guardian.

06 Apr
Tuesday newspaper round-up: Goldman, GameStop, Oxford Nanopore

Goldman Sachs is preparing for hundreds more staff to go back to its London office this week as it eyes a return to pre-pandemic working conditions. As many as 200 of the US investment bank’s workers could return to the main London office from Tuesday, joining several hundred staff who have been at their desks throughout several lockdowns. Goldman Sachs employs about 6,000 workers in London overall. - Guardian.

04 Apr
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Sunday newspaper round-up: Covid, BAE Systems, Restaurants and pubs

Fifty-two areas of England have had no cases of Covid in the over-70s during the past week, analysis reveals. Accounting for a sixth of local authorities, the boroughs are in places as varied as Burnley, Stafford and Southwark. However, the preponderance are in the east and southeast of England, which were hit hardest by the more infectious so-called Kent variant this winter. - Sunday Telegraph.

01 Apr
Thursday newspaper round-up: Bet365, homeworkers, Link Fund Solutions

The boss of gambling website Bet365, Denise Coates, was paid nearly half a billion pounds in salary and dividends last year, as the latest in a string of record-breaking awards took her total pay since 2016 to nearly £1. 3bn. After an unusual delay in filing its accounts at Companies House, Bet365 revealed that its highest-paid director, understood to be Coates as chief executive, received £421m – or £48,000 every hour of every day throughout the 12-month period.