The chancellor says his priority remains protecting jobs as official figures showed the coronavirus crisis had dealt the worst blow to the economy since the Great Frost of 1709.
The government has unveiled details of a £23m fund to support fishing firms as it tries to quell industry anger over Brexit border delays.
UK vape manufacturer Aquavape hopes to add more convenience to the customer shopping experience whilst helping retailers maximise sales.
COVID-19 has taught us that profitability and sustainability are not conflicting goals; they are inter-twined to achieve an equitable economic growth.
Norwegian-based Bellona Foundation, environmental nongovernmental organization, issues a statement in which it considers the $ 2 billion damage from the Arctic spill in May to be overstated.
Despite the uncertainty and ongoing contradictions by politicians, business leaders, analysts and media on the true impact of the COVID-19 crisis, there are at least two things we know: the virus is already having an unprecedented effect on how businesses operate
Ahead of the chancellor’s July statement, when extra funding for training and skills is expected to be announced, Nigel Morris, tax director at MHA MacIntyre Hudson, says the apprenticeship levy has failed to help the government reach its target of 3 million new apprenticeships, and any new training fund must be less bureaucratic.
With the rise of streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime and Spotify, virtually all of us are signed up to at least on monthly subscription service – in fact, many of us are signed up to several.
Before selecting a prototyping or production solution, the benefits of different materials and various processes are considered
Accidents can happen every single day. Especially when there are about thousands of car accidents on an everyday basis.