The coronavirus pandemic has impacted everyone and everything across the world. Even though it has been 7 months since the outbreak first occurred in the United Kingdom, communities and industries are still trying to adjust.
The latest GDP figures showing the country’s record recovery after the first lockdown highlight what a catastrophic decision it was to impose an unnecessary second shutdown.
It has never been clearer to me that the way out of this Covid crisis is by properly supporting apprenticeships, but the Government is failing in this by every measure.
With the headlines this autumn continuing to be dominated by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, you may have missed some significant developments in the world of data protection.
October 2020 was the biggest billing month for Pimlico in the 41-year history of the company with sales in excess of £4.6 million, and the phones are still ringing off the hook. So why am I not happy?
It’s not uncommon to find individuals, often in senior positions, within organisations who deliver great results but do so in a manner that’s seriously at odds with the values of the organisation.
With the EU and UK accusing each other of breaching duties of good faith enshrined in the Withdrawal Agreement, good faith clauses have hit the headlines recently, especially as the EU has since started legal proceedings against the UK.
Whether we realise it or not Artificial Intelligence (AI) is now a major part of our daily experience.