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.
Rishi Sunak will pledge to "lay the foundations for a decade of growth" by unveiling plans to spend hundreds of billions of pounds on infrastructure in his first Budget.
A centuries-old rule barring daughters from becoming hereditary Peers has no place in today’s Parliament. It must be scrapped in the name of equality, writes Philip Davies MP
On Wednesday lunchtime Rishi Sunak will deliver his fist Budget as Chancellor - less than a month into the job and facing a backdrop of the ongoing coronavirus crisis. Here's what to look out for.
Labour’s Sadiq Khan is heading for a decisive re-election as Mayor of London, according to a fresh poll.
British exporters are set to benefit from a £5bn cash injection to boost overseas trade, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced.
MIMA believes that the Future Homes Standard could provide a well-timed and high-profile means to deliver these vital changes to guarantee the delivery of resilient, quality and safe homes and ensure house buyers are given the robust assurances that they deserve.
By investing in early years education we can help address lifelong inequalities caused by educational differences, determining income, opportunities and contributing to patterns of social mobility, writes Alex Norris MP.
The Budget tomorrow will be the first real test of this Government’s commitment on climate and it needs to drive momentum in the decarbonisation of electricity, heat and transport or it will set us up for a failure on the world stage, writes SSE's Alistair Phillips-Davies.
Design flaws in the way Universal Credit supports families with childcare are forcing single mums to fork out up to £1,400 a month in nursery bills, before waiting up to a month to be reimbursed, according to new analysis by Save the Children.
New polling has today revealed that a majority of those in Britain think that the Government is not doing enough to invest in the UK’s trading infrastructure.
The three contenders for the Labour leadership have been urged to condemn the suspension of Trevor Phillips from the party over accusations of Islamophobia.
Boris Johnson should put the "interests of the nation" first and extend the EU transition period to deal with the coronavirus, Lisa Nandy has said.
This week’s Budget presents a great opportunity for the Government to turbo-charge the green economy and to turn great ideas into reality, says Cadent.
Association for Project Management (APM), the chartered body for the project profession, has released the findings of a new study The Golden Thread: The Regional Picture, commissioned by APM and undertaken by PwC UK, setting out a detailed regional analysis to bring to life the connections between projects and economic development across the UK.