“This will be a further hit to the real incomes of these graduates on top of the rising cost of living, the freeze in the personal allowance, and the hike in National Insurance rates.”
It seems this new policy announcement won't make it past the virtual conference speech.
Billionaire Brexiteer Jim Ratcliffe - the boss of Ineos Automotive - is considering scrapping plans to build a car plant in Wales, and is reportedly looking to buy a factory in France instead.
Spurs is majority owned by Bahamas-based billionaire Joe Lewis and his partner Daniel Levy, who this year raked in £7 million - making him the highest-paid executive in the Premier League.
Of the companies accessing emergency funding, some 30% have paid out an estimated total of £11.5 billion in dividends to shareholders and investors.
Alongside its results, the company also unveiled details of its strategy to slash carbon emissions, revealing that it aims to cut oil and gas production by 40 per cent and increase low-carbon tenfold to £5 billion by 2030.
Campaigners said the astonishing accumulation of wealth by the likes of Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk is "evidence of a broken economy".
Dame Margaret Hodge says she is "utterly disgusted" by revelations that vast sums of money is being paid out to those who don't pay in.
Anna McEntee, at comparethemarket.com, said the site would stop offering quotes until it is ‘confident that customers are getting the right cover’.