New research carried out by the Nuffield Trust highlights the growing staff crisis in the NHS with the first sustained fall in GP numbers in half a century.
More than £5 million has been raised by a HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) taskforce tackling fraudulent dog breeders selling puppies on the black market.
Caroline Hermon, Head of Adoption of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning at SAS highlights the challenges established banks are facing in an increasingly competitive, digital world and the need to utilise innovation.
John Williams, Agile Business Consortium CEO, will open the ACCA Singapore Annual Conference at the Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre on Tuesday, May 14th, with ‘The Case for Business Agility’.
Rachel Mapleston, payroll legislation expert at MHR explores what can be learned from this year’s gender pay gap reports and outlines three areas to consider to improve your organisation’s equality.
In light of today’s announcement by Debenhams naming 22 stores which are to close as part of its survival plan, research reveals 61% of Brits are worried that the high street will disappear completely over the next ten years.
The UK has blocked the Sainsbury's-Asda merger after investigation reveals that prices would increase, unfair trading methods could be used, and store closures would severely impact Northern Ireland.
Our finances are a topic that we veer away from in conversations with friends and family. This is particularly true when it comes to talking about debt – a subject still very much considered a taboo.
KnowYourMoney.co.uk has commissioned a survey among more than 2,000 UK adults to uncover people’s attitudes towards being in debt and how they are managing it.
The U.S. and Europe have very different approaches when it comes to motivating organisations to protect customer data: Which approach is better?
Steven Stone, Chief, Resources and Markets Branch, UN Environment asks if we are making progress towards greener and more inclusive economies.
Big Data LDN (BDL), revealed findings from its Public Sector Data Report 2019: What is really happening in the UK public sector?
The work of the Office for Product Safety and Standards, which is part of the UK’s Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), around product safety, supporting small business growth and implementing the Industrial Strategy vision of simplifying regulation are explored here.
1.8 million workers will receive an additional £690 over the year from today: Read about the Increase to National Living Wage in the UK.
RBR Advisory highlight how retailers can avoid closing down their business as empty shop windows become a regular occurrence during the high street crisis.
Venezuela is going through its fifth year of economic recession and hyperinflation: The EU is increasing funding in response to the growing realities of starvation, violence and insecurity.
The European Commission has fined Google £1.29 billion for breaching EU antitrust rules, due to abusive online advertising conduct for over 10 years.
A new study has revealed that a third of Brits think fingerprint scanning and biometrics is the future of payment tech and 31% would embrace new payment technology for added security.
Pensioners risk a shortfall of more than £68,000 over the course of their retirement as 33% of Brits expect to survive solely on their state pension, new research from Nationwide Building Society shows1.
In this article, we examine the art of house moving in the UK and discuss how often the average person in Britain will move in their lifetime.