Helia Ebrahimi is the Economics Correspondent for Channel 4 News.
Channel 4 News' Economics Correspondent Helia Ebrahimi reports on the big changes in the economy and the public finances - and how they'll influence the world you live in.
There will be no budget this year. Instead, the Chancellor will focus on plans to protect millions of jobs in the sectors worst hit by the latest coronavirus restrictions.
Nearly a quarter of a century after the rail network was privatised, the government says it is ending the franchise system to simplify things for passengers.
Plans to build two new nuclear power stations in the UK are being abandoned – after the Japanese giant Hitachi pulled out of the scheme.Plans to build two new nuclear power stations in the UK are being abandoned – after the Japanese giant Hitachi pulled out of the scheme.
Figures reveal that it’s the 16 to 24 year group who’ve also suffered the highest number of job losses. over the course of the pandemic.
Some light in all the Covid-19 darkness, with the economy growing by 6.6 per cent in July.
From four o’clock tomorrow morning, travellers returning to Wales from Portugal or the Greek islands of Mykonos, Lesbos, Paros, Antiparos and Crete will have to quarantine for 14 days.
The UK is facing the deepest recession not just in living memory but for centuries, the Bank of England has warned
The big question is – how much of an impact is the coronavirus going to have on our economy, and the public finances?
The country’s biggest regional airline Flybe has collapsed, leaving thousands of jobs at risk.
The British economy has shrunk for the first time since 2012. GDP dropped by 0.2 per cent in the second quarter of, a fall blamed on ‘increased volatility’ about Brexit.
Tesco said it would be changing the way the stores were run in a “challenging retail environment”.
President Trump has proudly unveiled what he called a “new deal” with the European Union on beef exports.
1-in-3 chance of recession after Brexit, Bank of England warns. Meanwhile, the chancellor Sajid Javid announced another £2.1 billion to guard against such a situation.
If you needed clear evidence of climate change, then the latest Met Office figures provide it, revealing that the UK’s ten warmest years on record have all happened since 2002, while the most recent coolest year was way back in 1963.
The Belgian authorities are demanding over £600 million in unpaid taxes from Sports Direct, the company has revealed – as it finally published its delayed financial results late this afternoon.