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.
Ahead of the budget on 11 March 2020, the National Federation of Builders (NFB) sets out its wishes for the construction and housebuilding industry, with late payment, planning reform and greater support for SMEs at the top of the agenda.
With one in four people experiencing a mental health problem in any given year, Mind's Budget asks are not for a small sub-section of society but for a large number of us, writes Sophie Corlett, Director of External Relations.
The Chancellor should use a bold first Budget to fix idiocies in the tax system, absorb the shock of the coronavirus and get Britain match-fit for Brexit, argues David Davis.
Boris Johnson has called for a “national effort” to defeat the coronavirus - as he warned the country that the crisis will get worse in the weeks ahead.
There are currently "no plans" to suspend Parliament in response to the mounting coronavirus crisis, it has been confirmed.
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) is urging anyone thinking about bringing home this increasingly popular breed to be aware of the spinal issues that dogs bred to have a long and low body type can suffer from, and to speak to their vet for tailored advice.
For Dawn Butler, running for the deputy leadership has exposed structural barriers that are preventing people like her from progressing. To break through, the Labour frontbencher has released a 23-page manifesto, centred on the party’s membership. She walks Sebastian Whale through her plans
Rebecca Long-Bailey has said she would let Luciana Berger re-join Labour if she becomes party leader.
Companies are set to benefit from a national insurance cut in a bid to boost employment among recent Armed Forces veterans, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced.
A Labour frontbencher has launched a bitter attack on party bosses over the "astonishing" decision to suspend anti-racism campaigner Trevor Phillips over claims of Islamophobia.
Now is the time for government to measure success in ways other than economic performance
The long-awaited Domestic Abuse Bill contains some good measures – but there is still a way to go to ensure proper protection for victims, writes Jess Phillips MP
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has renewed its calls for tighter restrictions on pet travel following the Government’s response to the Efra Select Committee report on tackling illegal puppy smuggling.
A Future Generations Bill would revolutionise how the UK thinks and plans
This flawed system was intended as a temporary measure and effectively establishes a men-only section of our legislature. It must go, writes Lord Grocott
Landlords who flout the law on Airbnb-style holiday lets are costing councils and impacting housing supply. We must act now to tighten regulation
Boris Johnson was heckled with cries of “traitor” as he finally visited areas hit by flooding.
A leading anti-racism campaigner has been suspended by the Labour Party for alleged Islamophobia.
Downing Street has established a new unit to tackle fake news relating to the coronavirus outbreak.
With more governments around the world issuing green bonds, Maria Busca looks at whether HM Treasury will follow suit.
Women in Westminster: The 100 celebrates the achievements and the valuable role women play in public life, by recognising one hundred high profile women from the world of Westminster, writes Baroness Jenkin.
Dods People draws together a list of appointments in Westminster politics, the devolved administrations and the public affairs sector in the last week.
Labour chairman Ian Lavery has piled pressure on Keir Starmer to reveal a ful list of who is bankrolling his campaign to be party leader.