A new report published today by the The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and the High Pay Centre, has revealed that CEO’s of the nation’s top 100 listed companies earn around 117 times more than average workers.
Mirror.co.uk became the UK's second-most popular news site in July.
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More than half of Brits aged 65 and over now shop online, despite past reticence amongst the older generation.
UK consumers are continuing to switch to streaming services, with sales of physical media falling dramatically.
There are more vacant shops on British High Streets than at any time during the last four years.
Young women are only half as likely as young men to start a business, despite wishing to do so equally.
Retail sales rose by just 0.3 per cent in July, their lowest level since records began.
The UK's service sector grew slightly in July, defying predictions.
Over 41 per cent of under-40s prefer to shop online, choosing to avoid the High Street.