Ahead of their policy roundtable at the Conservative Party Conference, Investment Association chair Helena Morrissey describes their work to make the UK a great place for asset management businesses.
Anne-Marie spoke about the Triple Win report that was co-authored by the APSRG and the All-Party Parliamentary Manufacturing Group, and its findings.
Ahead of a Parliamentary roundtable, Jersey Finance and Capital Economics have analysed the financial benefits of links between Jersey and Britain.
Former shadow chancellor Chris Leslie speaks to PoliticsHome ahead of his debate of EU passporting.
A new report by Unicef presents new ‘sobering’ data on the lives and situations of millions of children and families displaced by crisis and points to six specific actions the UK can take to help them.
Theresa May needs to be up front about budget winners and losers if she wants to be taken seriously on life chances, according to two Labour members of the Treasury Select Committee.
Road haulage is a key service industry for the UK economy, keeping businesses competitive and ensuring that shops have food and goods to sell. Every year, the industry keeps improving and 2015 was its best year ever, according to the Road Haulage Association.
Today the Building Societies Association (BSA) releases mortgage lending and savings figures for all 44 building societies for the second quarter of 2016.
CMA’s final report into the retail banking market is a missed opportunity to create a competitive banking sector that better serves businesses and personal consumers
Former Labour Shadow Chief Secretary Rachel Reeves writes that today's CMA report into the retail banking market has not gone nearly far enough to tackle excessive charges faced by consumers.
Commenting on the MPC decision to reduce the Bank Rate to 0.25%, BSA Chief Economist, Andrew Gall said:
The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee has cut base interest rates from 0.5% to an historic low of 0.25%.
Recent analysis of the Labour Force Survey (LFS) by the Resolution Foundation noted that there has been a ‘fall in home ownership across England’. In response, Paul Broadhead, Head of Mortgage Policy at the BSA cites a larger-scale problem across the UK housing market.
As the Home Affairs Select Committee publishes a report into the migrant crisis, chairman Keith Vaz speaks to PoliticsHome about the findings.
Concerns over the rising costs of construction materials could be exacerbated by a weakening currency following the EU referendum result, the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) has warned.
EY’s Head of Government and Public Sector Björn Conway talks to PoliticsHome’s Agnes Chambre about the challenges and opportunities of a post-Brexit Britain.
David Hawkes of the Chartered Institute of Building, responds to a report by RICS which found construction firms had cut back their expectations of growth for the next 12 months.
Businesses, local government and communities across the North of England need to work together to increase awareness of the region on a global scale if the North is to continue to prosper, according to a new report by EY.
Latest quarterly global survey from ACCA and IMA reveals a subdued sentiment, with many more firms scaling back investment.
Writing for PoliticsHome, Treasury Select Committee and Labour MP Rachel Reeves calls on the Chancellor to cancel the corporation tax cut outlined by George Osborne before the EU referendum.
British Safety Council and IIRSM urge the government to publish a schedule for exit negotiations.
Following a competitive external search ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) has appointed Harry McAdoo as director of brand and corporate reputation. He joins from ICAEW where he was director of communications.
Following Theresa May's appointment as PM, EY lays out the key infrastructure projects it believes the Government should prioritise.
Manish Gupta, Head of Infrastructure Corporate Finance at EY, comments: