Sizewell B nuclear power station is celebrating 25 years of safely generating low carbon electricity. EDF’s Director of Nuclear Development, Humphrey Cadoux-Hudson, writes that the anniversary comes at a critical moment for the industry.
The Chartered Management Institute respond to Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi MP's article on apprenticeships.
If our country is to meet the challenges of a post-Brexit world, we need to guarantee funding and support for SME apprenticeships independent of the levy, writes Tan Dhesi MP.
The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) is pleased to announce that it has agreed a partnership with Northern Ireland’s leading qualified Research and Development (R&D) tax specialists, Amplifi Solutions.
Following the GGF’s Government funding for the Brexit Readiness Campaign for the Glass and Glazing industry, the GGF will now use the communication channels it has set up to ensure that companies receive up-to-date, accurate and expert guidance to help them cope with the Brexit Transition period.
The inaugural annual GGF Chairpersons’ Forum took place at AluK Design Studio in London, on 4th February, with 31 Members attending to represent the GGF Technical Groups, Committees and Board as well the GGF Regions/Countries.
The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) is pleased to announce that BSI, the business improvement company, has joined full membership of the Federation.
It was a memorable and enjoyable occasion as a guest list comprising of GGF Members, Senior Staff and Members of the trade media, welcomed Mark Austin as the new GGF President at the President’s Reception at The Landmark Hotel, London on 4th February.
British ministers should not "kid themselves" about the level of access to EU markets that the City of London will have in any post-Brexit trade deal, Michel Barnier has declared.
A survey conducted by the Chartered Management Institute brings new insight into business preparations for a post-Brexit Britain.
Insurance industry launches new industry-led standards on flood resistance.
Michael Gove has told businesses to get ready for "inevitable" border checks in the wake of Brexit as the Government confirmed plans to bring in import controls from next year.
Craig Tracey MP, Chair of the APPG on Insurance and parliamentary aide to Secretary of State for Business Andrea Leadsom, recently advised an audience of future insurance industry leaders on how best to engage with Parliament at the Chartered Insurance Institute’s New Generation Reception.
Downing Street is "bullying" John Bercow by denying him a peerage, according to a senior Labour frontbencher.
John Bercow has been hit by a third allegation of abusive behaviour by a senior Parliamentary figure as he awaits the decision on whether he can be handed a peerage.
Government is investing up to £95 million through the T Level Capital Fund
The Cairncross Review demands Government address the impact of platforms as mediators on the quality of the news, and the asymmetry of power between platform and publishers – when it comes to revenue, writes Baroness Kidron.
The final report for the Insuring Women's Futures (IWF) initiative has been published, completing three years of research, policy development and market collaboration.
CII is now accepting nominations for the CII 2020 Awards.
Contractors are being urged by IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) to join a protest in Parliament against the changes to IR35 self-employed tax.
House of Commons officials have slammed John Bercow for naming members of staff in his autobiography and called on those allegedly bullied by him to come forward.
Increasingly, fleet owners are recognising the benefits of gas as an environmentally-friendly, cost-effective fuel, with a growing market for gas vehicles, writes Cadent's Emily Wilson-Gavin.
Tightening of the law would ensure that genuine opportunities are open to all, that employers are not exploiting young and enthusiastic labour, and they are not just limited to those who can already afford to work for free, writes Alex Cunningham MP.
British pubs sit under an onerous tax burden despite efforts by the Government to keep costs down - it's clear there is more that needs to be done in tackling beer duty and business rates, writes Mike Wood MP.