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Itv Plc LSE:ITV London Ordinary Share GB0033986497 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.95 -0.85% 110.25 110.20 110.25 111.40 107.85 110.45 6,454,442 16:09:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 2,781.0 325.0 7.1 15.5 4,438

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24/9/2021
16:16
I thought Grant Shapps had said that Brexit makes it easier for the Govt to solve the problem.
mancman1
24/9/2021
16:09
FT reporting that Boris is now reversing yesterdays decision not to relax visa requirements for EU truck drivers.Strange he said the problem was not as a result of Brexit?
hades1
24/9/2021
15:53
Here's a few clues https://boris-johnson-lies.com
hades1
24/9/2021
14:45
I wonder why there is so little confidence in this Government?
ingermarie
24/9/2021
14:35
Actually, Brexit is partly to blame. I work in the logistics sector for one of the largest 3PLs in the country. The number of drivers we have seen returning to the EU has been considerable as they are no longer able to work in the UK due to work visa restrictions. The average age of our Brit drivers is high so this issue is only going to get worse over the coming years. Trying to entice younger generations into driver positions is getting harder and harder, as the attraction of driving just isn't there. We are therefore heavily reliant on immigrant workers, not just for driving but warehouse pickers, packers etc.Here in Norfolk farmers all voted for Brexit but now face massive labour shortages also as Brits don't want to pick fruit and veg, again, reliant on EU workers. Talk about shooting ourselves in the foot.....
dealer1972
24/9/2021
14:13
"The Government recently sought to address the problem by streamlining the testing process so that candidates did not have to take multiple tests before being able to drive different lorry categories." I hope that corners aren't being cut.
nige co
24/9/2021
11:10
What’s dragging down the BT share price amid its 5G rollout? Https://www.cmcmarkets.com/en-gb/news-and-analysis/whats-dragging-down-the-bt-share-price-amid-its-5g-rollout Ooops wrong board.
nige co
24/9/2021
10:05
oh so true, just look at anything going on the world Afghanistan etc and on first world social media you will see teenagers wailing as they have gone over their data limit...
stansmith3
24/9/2021
08:57
I remember when I was a kid we had power cuts in the early 1970's and having candles & coal fires. The youth of today doesn't know they're born.
nige co
24/9/2021
08:52
L2/3 back + 1015k:900k
hades1
24/9/2021
08:44
We are back to the 1970's !
hades1
24/9/2021
06:42
Where did I put those candles...
nige co
24/9/2021
06:04
well thats a thought i am planning on moving to england before the snp ruin scotland permanently
stansmith3
24/9/2021
05:32
Or move to Europe?
hades1
23/9/2021
23:09
not surprising, but few people reckoned to be on these as they were dearer than fixes before the recent ramp upyou could always try to use less energy :o)
stansmith3
23/9/2021
22:20
Octopus don’t want new customers onto their standard variable government capped tariff!! Also discovered standard variable capped tariffs will rise11% next month and likely a further 14% next April! No wonder the BOE believe inflation is not transitory in the UK.
hades1
23/9/2021
20:10
prep work started in wales for i'm a celebitv share price got a nice bump from this last year iirc
stansmith3
23/9/2021
19:57
Just outside M25 London. Spoken to people at work and now they have checked it’s all the same in the SE - fixed prices have doubled presumably because they are losing money on Government capped rate tariffs. Just watched a programme on ITV and they are saying the same thing. The lowest rates are the Government Capped Standard Variable Rates which are not promoted on most supplier’s web sites or any comparison web sites. It’s a another appalling mess.
hades1
23/9/2021
19:33
hadesthe fix offered by octopus was 30% cheaper than edf, having only been with edf because gne had gone bust, i didn't want to go with any of the fly by night smaller providers and have the same thing happen againi know energy prices vary by region too, so maybe that is why youre getting shafted
stansmith3
23/9/2021
19:16
I think you are right as long as the Government don’t remove the cap on this tariff - this used to be the most expensive supplier tariff but now the cheapest! Octopus actually don’t seem to offer this tariff on their web site? - probably need to call? I was surprised that suppliers have effectively almost doubled both fixed electricity and gas prices.
hades1
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