Controversial tax changes for freelance workers are set to go ahead despite a wave of criticism.
The government IR35 review published today is “recklessly inadequate”, IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed), has warned.
IKEA aim to transform into a truly circular business by 2030, but say in order to achieve this they need the Government to put the right infrastructure, incentives and targets in place.
The recycling of plastics isn't working, we need to make crucial environmental changes, such as introducing a bottle deposit scheme, to stop people using so much unnecessary single-use plastic, writes Baroness Bennett.
Government should embrace a range of solutions to decarbonise heat in future homes with a focus on achieving set emission reduction targets rather than prescribing technologies, says OFTEC in its response to the recent Future Homes Standard consultation.
The Justice Secretary, the Solicitor General and Chair of the Bar Council have today given their backing to helping young people better understand justice and law.
This week in Parliament the CIOB launched their new report, showcasing the true value of the construction industry in the UK.
Britain's top civil servant has described a major Whitehall row with Priti Patel as a "distraction", as he ordered an end to "unattributable" media briefings by government officials.
More than four in ten teachers have personally experienced homophobia, biphobia or transphobia at work in the last year, the NASUWT - The Teachers’ Union - has found.
It’s time to remove the roadblocks to greener motoring and put Britain at the forefront of facilitating the use of EVs
Government must invest in manufacturing to raise productivity levels and unleash the potential of the regions, writes Lord Bilimoria
Priti Patel has ordered a leak inquiry into a number of “hostile briefings” accusing her of bullying officials and losing the trust of MI5 on security issues.
Sitting down with PoliticsHome recently, Charles Pitt, Head of Policy and Influencing at the British Safety Council, said it would be a “terrible error” if Brexit were to be used as an excuse to stop caring about health and safety.
Employees injured at work need legal representation to help ensure that those responsible are held to account and that health and safety standards in the workplace are maintained, say ABI and USDAW.
For the first time in 40 years, the UK will forge its own path as an independent trading nation. This will bring with it a plethora of new opportunities and challenges, writes Dods Monitoring's Nabil Rastani.
The Bar Council have responded to today’s criminal justice system quarterly statistics from the Ministry of Justice.
Priti Patel has been accused of creating an “atmosphere of fear” inside the Home Office as it was claimed she tried to remove her most senior civil servant from his job.
A new report from the All-Party Parliamentary Group on A Fit and Healthy Childhood champions a new role for the supermarket in the fight to tackle obesity.
Nine out of ten freelance workers worry about their financial well-being due to their irregular incomes, according to a poll by IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed.
John Bercow has dismissed those who have accused him of bullying of being “snobs and bigots” - as he warned that denying him a peerage could set a precedent.
The UK will face a “remarkable challenge” if politicians and businesses don’t work together to provide the workforce with the digital skills they need for the future, Matt Warman MP, the Minister for Digital and Broadband, said at Lloyds Parliamentary reception recently.
Two of Labour's candidates for the deputy leadership have accused the party of hiking already-"exorbitant" fees to access vital campaign data on its members.
Heathrow has broken its annual apprenticeship record with nearly 1,100 apprentices having started their career journeys at the UK’s hub airport last year.