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Protecting our environment: government approval given to tackle invasive wasp species following research
Government approval has this week been given for the release of a biological agent to help curb the spread of the invasive Oriental Chestnut Gall Wasp species.
PwC expects post-Brexit deal for UK financial services sector
John Garvey, the global head of financial services at 'Big Four' consulting firm, PwC, expects that the EU and UK will agree a post-Brexit deal for the financial services industry.
Covid-19: EU starts legal proceedings against AstraZeneca over vaccine shortages
The European Commission has this week confirmed that it has commenced legal action against pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca for breaking its contract to supply Covid-19 vaccines to EU countries.
Strengthening ties: UK and Indonesia form Joint Economic and Trade Committee
On Monday, the UK and Indonesia agreed to form a new Joint Economic and Trade Committee to bolster existing trade and investment between both nations, following the opening round of new trade talks.
Omnibus acquired by EPM Bus Solutions
EPM Bus Solutions recently completed the acquisition of Omnibus, one of the UK’s leading passenger transport software businesses.
Joining forces: Stuart Harris Associates announce merger with neighbouring firm
London-based accountancy firm Stuart Harris Associates has announced that it has merged with neighbouring accountancy practice, Richard Joseph & Co.
Maintaining best practice: Robinson Brothers recertified with ISO14001 Environmental Management Standard
In March this year, Robinson Brothers Limited undertook a successful triennial review of compliance with the ISO14001 Environmental Management Standard.
The House of Lords, exports, and meeting demand: a look back at an eventful first four months of 2021 for CPack
It is no secret that UK businesses have, for the most part, been significantly hampered by the Covid-19 pandemic. However, with unprecedented levels of adaptability and innovation, firms have been able to navigate the crisis thus far and are looking to the future with some hope despite lingering uncertainty.
Changing attitudes: Serenity Welfare CEO discusses how new approach toward handling young people in care could save taxpayer £7 billion per decade
Speaking on Sky News, Serenity Welfare founder and CEO Emily Aklan discusses how £7 billion could be shaved off the UK taxpayer’s bill over ten years as a result of care system reform.
Four years in the making: Manning and Company’s Mike LeGassick releases new book
After four years of development, the new book titled Your Money and Your Life, written by Manning & Company Director and Behavioural Investment Coach, Mike LeGassick, is now available for purchase.
Leadership Roundup: Galley, Fleming-Duffy, and Whelan discuss impact of government's pandemic measures on the housing market
Earlier in April, Halifax released its latest House Price Index which indicated that mortgage and property demand should continue to rise over the coming months in spite of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Beal Homes continues partnership with charity CatZero
East Yorkshire-based private housebuilder Beal Homes has announced that it will continue to be an official partner of the CatZero charity in 2021.
Driver Require shortlisted for three industry awards
Specialist driver recruitment agency Driver Require has been shortlisted in three categories for the 2021 Recruiter Awards.
Loch Lomond Golf Club's £7.5 million renovation project nearing completion
Scotland’s Loch Lomond Golf Club is close to completing a four-year renovation project to revamp its course drainage, Golf Course Architecture reports.
Ski Club of Great Britain enters into new partnership with UK snowsport governing body
The Ski Club of Great Britain has recently announced a new partnership with GB Snowsport, the UK’s national governing body for snowsports.