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AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine demonstrates the need for Global Britain, PM says
Writing in the Times, prime minister Boris Johnson says that the success of the AstraZeneca-Oxford coronavirus vaccine shows the need for an outward-looking Britain, which can take a leading role as the world looks to build back better following the Covid-19 pandemic.
Willshee’s opens new state-of-the-art recycling plant following £10-million investment
Burton-based Willshee’s Waste & Recycling has opened the Midlands’ most advanced recycling facility following a £10 million investment into the project.
Antiques on High looks forward to April 12 reopening
Following the publication of the government’s roadmap out of Covid-19 restrictions, award-winning antique retailer and craft store, Antiques on High, is preparing to resume operations on April 12, 2021.
Barking Enterprise Centre to host Business Enterprise Workshop on March 25
Barking Enterprise Centre is hosting a two-hour online Business Enterprise Workshop from 10:00am to 12:00pm GMT on March 25, where aspiring entrepreneurs and those considering becoming self-employed can network and seek specialist advice.
"Not just another day": Mercanta founder pays tribute as the business celebrates its 25th anniversary
March 15, 2021 marked a key milestone for Mercanta, as the coffee supplier celebrated its 25th anniversary in business.
TCEG’s Axiom shortlisted for PM Society Award
Axiom, a division of The Creative Engagement Group, has been shortlisted for an accolade in the Covid Comms category at the 2021 PM Society Awards.
VIPR CEO features in Insurance Day article on Lloyd’s Blueprint Two technology standards
Amid fear that newly devised technology initiatives may not harmonise with the Lloyd’s vision of a digital ecosystem, Insurance Day has published an article calling for clarity on Blueprint Two technology standards.
Lord Blunkett: Operation Midland undermined public confidence in the police
Leaders Council chairman Lord Blunkett is one of six former home secretaries who have jointly written and signed a letter in The Times calling for an independent inquiry into Operation Midland.
US suspension of tariffs on UK goods bodes well for business
The UK and US governments have this week agreed on a new joint approach to resolve their 16-year trade dispute over aerospace tariffs, in a move which is set to hand a major boost to businesses in both nations.
FlyResearch poll: week 49 update
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic in the UK, London based online market research agency FlyResearch had been issuing weekly polls to its research panel of over 3000 people, in order to project how the outbreak and the implementing of social distancing and other restrictions has impacted the daily life of UK citizens.
Total QSR figurehead features in Cotswold Life Magazine for International Women’s Day
Total QSR commercial director Sarah Herridge will feature in Cotswold Life Magazine’s March 2020 issue as part of its International Women’s Day coverage.
Going global: Sheridan Resolutions looks worldwide with upcoming rebrand
In what is set to be a transformative 2021 for the business, mediation and leadership coaching specialists Sheridan Resolutions are set to rebrand as Sheridan Worldwide as they look to take advantage of further opportunities outside of the UK.
Red Rock Entertainment’s Against the Tides to be screened on International Women’s Day
Against the Tides, a film produced by Red Rock Entertainment, is to be screened on March 8 for International Women’s Day 2021 and has been featured on the event's global website for the year.
Looking back: Johnson Controls marks 40th anniversary of historic MGM Grand Hotel project as revelations emerge on Grenfell disaster
After 40 years, leading fire, HVAC and security equipment specialist Johnson Controls revisits one of its most historic projects: the installation of a computer-controlled fire safety system at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, US.
Bridging the digital divide: Spirotech Group donates laptops to local school
Spirotech Group has consolidated its work in helping local communities through Covid-19 restrictions by donating five laptops to Sawtry Junior Academy in Cambridgeshire.