EY's Bjorn Conway says disruption is more than a digital movement, "it is the key that unlocks innovation."
Jeremy Corbyn is “puzzled” as to why anyone should think him a “shabby, spineless coward” for failing to make Labour’s case for Remain ahead of the EU referendum.
Labour MP Caroline Flint says the time has come for the Government to "show some leadership" on country-by-country tax reporting, as she tables an amendment to the Finance Bill.
Vets from across the UK will be formally part of the Pride in London Parade for the first time this year, when the recently formed British Veterinary LGBT+ (BVLGBT+) group and supporters stride out with other Pride Parade groups on Saturday 25 June.
It feels like only yesterday that David Cameron was being denounced from the Labour benches as a “racist” for trying to link Sadiq Khan to Islamic extremists.
A survey by the National Federation of Builders (NFB) reveals more of its members want to leave the EU than remain.
New research by Vodafone explores the benefits of a robust partnership between public – and third – sector organisations.
More than 80% of bosses of small construction firms will overwhelmingly base their decision to remain or leave the EU on their broader personal beliefs instead of their business interests, according to a new poll by the Federation of Master Builders (FMB).
As part of its continued work to encourage a diverse profession, the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) is supporting the Birmingham and London Pride festivals for a second year.
MPs from across the political divide have come out in support of a new campaign aimed at raising awareness of unclaimed welfare benefits.
Let me take you into the future. Three days into the future, to be precise.
A Saga poll of 8,896 over 50s indicates that support for Brexit is growing.
Speaking ahead of today’s Westminster Hall debate, SNP MP Owen Thompson explains how the media could play a defining role in reviving democratic participation.
Another day, another horrific poll for Scottish Labour.
Ahead of today's third reading of the Immigration Bill, Baroness Lister calls for the Home Office and DWP must work together to prevent refugees granted asylum from destitution due to ‘move-on’ issues.
In the forward from Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General, the Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP confirms the issues this consultation looks to address “When data is used effectively, everyone benefits from better services that can be delivered at a lower cost to taxpayers.
In light of pollsters’ failure to predict the 2015 General Election result, the University of Exeter is training computers to correct ‘misreporting’ by cross-examining responses from a larger pool of online surveys.
The benefits of taking action to encourage more older and disabled people to use apps to improve their public transport experience are highlighted in a report published today.
Changes to housing benefit could mean homeless people are turned away from over-stretched shelters this winter.
Ed Miliband’s benefit reform proposals "don’t go far enough", according to a leading mental health charity.
Men are getting a 'raw deal' despite tough equality legislation, Dominic Raab MP writes as he calls for an end to 'feminist bigotry'.
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