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MIMA have responded to the Budget.
The Liberal Democrats have cancelled their spring conference in the face of the coronavirus epidemic, the party has announced.
Lord Foulkes outlines his key priorities ahead of COP26, in order for the UK to secure it's position as a world leader in the fight against climate change.
Sajid Javid wore his familiar painted-on grin from the backbenches as Rishi Sunak delivered his first Budget.
Paul Farmer, Chief Executive of Mind, outlines what the Budget means for people affected by mental health problems.
A fragmented approach to repairing the justice system is not the answer, says Amanda Pinto QC, Chair of the Bar Council.
BSA look forward to working with Government and other vested parties to help work towards alleviating some of the pressure on buyers, sellers and tenants currently enduring cladding-related strain.
It is right that the Chancellor is focusing on workers affected by the Coronavirus crisis, says British Safety Council Chief Executive Mike Robinson.
Responding to today's Budget, it is hugely important that new infrastructure projects are well designed and protect the natural environment, says the Woodland Trust.
Catch up on all the key figures and pledges from Chancellor Rishi Sunak's first ever Budget.
Rishi Sunak's first Budget is an “admission that austerity has been a failed experiment”, Jeremy Corbyn has claimed.
Rishi Sunak has used the Budget to heap praise on his predecessor as Chancellor - just weeks after Sajid Javid's dramatic Cabinet resignation.
Anthony Smith, chief executive of the independent watchdog Transport Focus has responded to the Chancellor’s Budget.
Keith Richards, managing director of engagement for the Chartered Insurance Institute, has responded to the Budget.
The Railway Industry Association, the voice of the UK rail supply community, has responded to the Chancellor’s Budget.
Alzheimer's Society responds to the Government's budget today, which included no additional investment in social care.
Rishi Sunak has unveiled a multi-billion pound package to help workers, businesses and benefit claimants cope with the impact of the coronavirus crisis.
APM have responded to today's Budget.
Rishi Sunak has promised to pump billions of extra pounds of public spending into the UK economy over the next five years as part of a "plan for prosperity" to combat stalling growth.
Unless there is an urgent cash injection for legal aid, a freeze on court closures, improved rehabilitation of offenders and a serious commitment to better decision making across Whitehall, the British public will be even more let down, says Amanda Pinto QC, Chair of the Bar Council.
IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) is ready to comment on any announcements in the Budget on the roll-out of the “disastrous” changes to IR35 to the private sector. It has spokespeople ready to comment as well as case studies.
The Prime Minister’s partner Carrie Symonds has hit back at claims their dog Dilyn might be rehomed from Number 10.
Women still face higher barriers to entry to international trade compared to their male counterparts. This is an opportune time to think about how the UK can promote trade and investment opportunities in order to empower women across the Commonwealth, writes Theo Clarke MP.
The Government should be making it easier for veterans, service personnel, and their families to connect with one another and access peer-led mental health support, writes Jamie Stone MP.