Edward Thicknesse, City A.M.

Edward Thicknesse

City A.M.

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Past articles by Edward:

Exclusive: Waterloo and City line set to fully reopen "very, very soon"

Transport for London’s (TfL) Commissioner has said that crucial commuter artery the Waterloo & City line could fully reopen by → Read More

Mind the funding gap: Can the TfL boss secure London's Tube network's future?

TfL boss Andy Byford discusses the funding crunch facing the Tube provider, Crossrail delays and what it means to run a megacity's iconic transport system → Read More

"It's existential": TfL boss says Government failure on long-term funding deal would be "betrayal" of London

THE man in charge of the capital’s creaking transport network has said that it will be a “betrayal” of London → Read More

Lime: The e-scooter firm looking to make the car obsolete

London has seen many changes over the last 18 months. Some of these may not last long, now that life is heading back to normality, but others feel like they could be set to stay. → Read More

Slot wars on the cards as Asian regulators threaten retaliation over new EU rules

The aviation industry could be on the brink of a new trade war after Asian regulators warned they could retaliate → Read More

Gas price surge forces industrial sites to close

Two industrial sites that produce a combined 40 per cent of the UK's fertiliser have been forced to halt operations due to recent record gas prices. → Read More

People falling off escalators over fear of catching Covid-19 sends TfL injuries up

London Underground bosses have warned that people falling off escalators due to not holding on to the handrail over fears → Read More

Independent Scotland would have to find extra £8.5bn in savings

An independent Scotland would have to find a whopping £8.5bn in additional savings upon leaving the Union, a new report from the Institute for Government has found. → Read More

Travel rules set for major overhaul with costly PCR tests to be axed

The UK’s travel restrictions are set for a major overhaul today, with a raft of changes expected to be announced → Read More

Power cable fire sends electricity prices higher again

UK energy prices have continued to surge after a fire yesterday knocked out a crucial power cable that can supply electricity to 1.4m homes. → Read More

Kier back in profit after turnaround process completed

Construction firm Kier crept back into profit today after two years of hefty losses after completing its reset of the company's operations. → Read More

Ryanair aims to fly 225m passengers a year by 2026

Ryanair today announced that it now expects to fly 225m passengers a year by March 2026, a 25m hike on its previous target. → Read More

UK, US and Australia sign new defence pact to tackle China

The UK last night announced a new "landmark" security pact with the US and Australia in a move that's been widely seen as an attempt to tackle China. → Read More

No sign of slowing down for Cazoo as buying spree continues

Cazoo has continued its recent acquisition spree by snapping up car preparation and storage firm SMH Fleet Solutions (SMH) for £70m. → Read More

Kremlin: Launch Nord Stream 2 to balance gas prices

The Kremlin today said that a rapid start-up of the controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline would help to correct sky-high gas prices across Europe amid a squeeze in supply. → Read More

Lights out for two more energy firms amid record power prices

More energy suppliers have gone bust, leaving 500,000 customers needing a new provider, amid record prices for electricity and gas. → Read More

Darktrace hikes revenue forecasts after punchy start to listed life

Cybersecurity firm Darktrace this morning hiked its revenue forecasts for 2022 as it made a strong start to life as a listed company. → Read More

Tullow Oil back in black in first half

Tullow Oil today swung back into profit for the first half of the year and upped its production targets as it looked to get back on a surer footing after several challenging years. → Read More

UK inflation soars to 3.2 per cent in record jump

Inflation rose at the fastest rate since records began last month, new data showed today, though economists warned the jump was likely to be temporary. → Read More

London Luton summer passenger numbers down two-thirds on 2019

Just 1.2m passengers used London Luton airport over the summer months, a fall of two-thirds compared to pre-pandemic levels. → Read More