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Helping first-time buyers navigate the UK Spring Budget announcement
Nick Lewis-Smith, Director at Michael Anthony Estate Agents, discusses how the UK Spring Budget announcement will affect first-time buyers.
The Spring Budget: Navigating the potholes ahead
The Spring Budget reported positively on the economic context, with projected trends on inflation, economic growth and debt all going in the right direction.
How can we deliver school improvement on a budget?
VP of ONVU Learning and former MAT senior leader and Ofsted inspector, Matt Tiplin explores ways schools can deliver school improvement on a budget.
What does the mini budget mean for you?
The mini budget is the phrase on everyone's lips; but what does it actually mean, and how will you be affected?
British pound sterling drops to record low
The British pound sterling has hit an all-time low, but what does this actually mean? And how has this happened?
The 3 truths about Accounts Payable (AP) audit software
In this article, Ray Dorney from Rockford Associates Limited will show you the 3 main reasons why audit recovery software is not a complete solution.
Redefining Multi-skilling in the public sector in 2022
With a widening skills gap, ever-shrinking budgets and the Great Resignation in full swing, there are many challenges for the public sector to overcome in the coming months.
Childcare costs leave 1.7 million UK women unable to work
The Women’s Budget Group highlight a critical lack of support for childcare costs in the latest Spring Budget.
Rockford Associates: Your Go-To Annual Accounts Payable Audit Provider
Learn why Rockford Associates could help support your Profit and Loss.
The future of cardiac diagnostic imaging
The future of cardiac diagnostic imaging – Danish company MedTrace is leading the way.
How will the budget impact the life sciences industry?
Doris-Ann Williams MBE, BIVDA CEO, discusses the impacts of the latest government budget for the diagnostics and life sciences sector.
UK allocates £1.8 billion for post-COVID education recovery
Today (27 October), Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced £1.8 billion for post-COVID education recovery and a return to 2010 Labour levels of student funding.
How agile financial management can facilitate frontline delivery
Simon Gray, Head of Finance and Operations at Agilisys, discusses how modern agile financial management systems can enhance strategic decision making in the public sector.
How will this years Spring Budget impact EV consumers and businesses?
Tanya Sinclair, Policy Director UK & Ireland at ChargePoint, discusses what the 2021 budget announcement means for consumers and businesses regarding EVs, and how to apply and gain access to the subsidies from a business and personal perspective.
Five predictions for the UK public sector in 2021
Dale Peters, Research Director at TechMarketView, shares his top 5 predictions for the UK public sector in 2021.
Budget and recovery policy in Europe
Stefano Palmieri, President, Section for Economic and Monetary Union and Economic and Social Cohesion and Member of the European Economic and Social Committee, describes budget and recovery policy in Europe.
Achieving the ‘levelling up’ agenda needs to go beyond a Green Book refresh
Infrastructure in the developed world is creaking – we estimate that over $4.6 trillion of spend is required by 2035 to keep pace with needs, and a Green Book refresh won't do it.
The European Commission’s next EU long-term budget
Johannes Hahn, European Commissioner for Budget and Administration charts his priorities for the next EU long-term budget and the impact of COVID-19 on the Union.
Ursula von der Leyen proposes €1 trillion investment for the European Green Deal
Ursula von der Leyen unveils proposals for a €1 trillion European Green Deal Investment Plan.
100,000 patients to receive personal health budgets under changed law
Everyone eligible for an NHS wheelchair and people who require aftercare services under section 117 of the Mental Health Act will have access to personal health budgets.