High Value Manufacturing Catapult and partners launch important report to build a workforce fit for the future.
According to the Times, the Prime Minister will remove the £30,000 minimum salary threshold for immigrants arriving after Brexit. The National Federation of Builders responds.
Sajid Javid has defied warnings from the US over the introduction of a digital tax on tech giants as he vowed to push ahead with the plans.
Responsible Finance welcomes the Money and Pension Service’s (MaPS) timely and coherent strategy for a financially healthy nation.
Tory MPs from the North East have vowed to attend the Durham Miners Gala this year after its organiser said he would “rather be found dead in a ditch” than invite them.
The project was developed by the BSA’s member-led Savings Taskforce, which will work with partners to achieve the target.
Today, the Woodland Trust launches its ‘Emergency Tree Plan’, setting out its vision for a major increase in tree cover to the 19% recommended by the Climate Change Committee. PoliticsHome recently spoke with Dr James Cooper, Head of External Affairs, to learn more about the proposals for helping tackle the climate and nature crises whilst delivering a range of benefits for people, along with the Trust’s priorities for the year ahead.
Last week the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency released the latest data on the value of construction output in Northern Ireland.
On 7th January, over 35 Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) Member companies met with the GGF Technical team to discuss the impact of the Government Future Homes Consultation proposals and to finalise the GGF’s response to the Consultation.
The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) is pleased to announce that GQA Qualifications has become a Member of the Federation.
The cost of HS2 could soar to £106bn, according to a government-comissioned review into the project.
Former Commons Speaker John Bercow is set to enter the House of Lords after being recommended for a peerage by Jeremy Corbyn.
Dick Elsy, Chief Executive Officer of the HVM Catapult, will be retiring in August 2020 after nearly eight highly successful years in the role.
Responsible Finance respond to a new report from Turn2Us which showed over two million households – 4.8 million people – are living without at least one essential household appliance.
Labour bosses have come under fire from one of country's biggest trade unions over their treatment of staff who were told they were being made redundant less than a month before Christmas.
The Palace of Westminster is falling apart faster than it can be fixed, and we are at risk of a catastrophic failure. But the Restoration and Renewal team are ready with a plan for the biggest and most complex renovation of a historic building ever undertaken in the UK, writes Sarah Johnson
The Government must deliver real improvements to how services are funded rather than relying on tax avoidance schemes which barely paper over the cracks, writes Karin Smyth MP.
IKEA UK has today announced plans to open a unique, new small store format in Hammersmith, West London, focused on making its home furnishing range easier to buy than ever before.
Our rail system is unnecessarily complex, unaccountable and expensive, the Tories must be honest about failing rail contracts and turn off the life support, bringing rail operations and infrastructure back under public control, writes Andy McDonald MP.
Despite help from the Bar and solicitors to improve disclosure in all cases from the smallest to the most complex, there is more to do, says the Bar Council.
IPSE says the Government’s review into the new off-payroll is "disappointingly hasty and inadequate".
The Chartered Institute of Building is teaming up with Anxiety UK to offer members a new service.
The UK’s first live pilot to inject zero carbon hydrogen into a gas network to heat homes and businesses is now fully operational.
The Hydrogen Revolution is here, says Ed Syson, Chief Safety and Strategy Officer, Cadent