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LEADERSHIP ROUNDUP: GTC Scotland opposes Internal Market Bill, Kidz Kabin offers discounts, Footprints Learning for Life in awards haul, Talltrees champion environment
Our latest leadership roundup brings news of a raft of awards for a Hartlepool-based nursery, discounted fees for parents in North London, an environmentalism push in Frome, and opposition to the Internal Market Bill in Scotland.
LEADERSHIP ROUNDUP: Strongmind provides world first, Kathy Alexander calls for SRA reform, and TradeForce come in for praise
Our latest leadership roundup brings news of Dr Kathy Alexander’s push for reform of the Solicitors Regulation authority, high praise for a gas and heating specialist, and a new way to receive online trauma risk management in the Covid era.
LEADERS IN THEIR OWN WORDS: Stevenson, Sunak, Marshall, Mustafa, Foster, Griffith
In our latest series of leadership quotations, we hear from Ewen Stevenson on banks charging customers for basic services, from Rishi Sunak on the government’s plans for the North, from Emma Marshall on the bureaucracy facing accountancy firms, from Ghulam Mustafa on the regulation burden in the property sector, and from Marius Foster on the effects of the government’s decision to ban agency fees.
LEADERSHIP ROUNDUP: Double deal for VIPR, ‘Outstanding’ rating for Genuine Care, reassurance for Riverside Training customers, and Protec’s patented protection for Queen Elizabeth
Our latest leadership roundup shines the spotlight on one of the UK’s super hospitals, outlines the safety measures put in place by a training specialist, reveals the CQC’s rating for a care provider, and announces two new deals for a leading software firm.
LEADERSHIP ROUNDUP: ETD host international conference, McClure Solicitors urge law firms to take action, OMS issue advice to construction companies
ETD host international conference, McClure Solicitors urge law firms to take action, OMS issue advice to construction companies
LEADERS IN THEIR OWN WORDS: Johnson, Green, Pennington, Richardson, Knight, Gething
In our latest series of leadership quotations, we hear from the prime minister and the shadow education secretary on free school meals, from Dominique Pennington on adult social care, from David Richardson on the need for businesses to reinvent themselves, and from Paul Knight on the future of the seafood industry.
LEADERS IN THEIR OWN WORDS: Motegi, Truss, Neaves, Barnier and the Richard Stephens Partnership
In our latest series of leadership quotations, we hear from Liz Truss and Toshimitsu Motegi on the UK-Japan trade agreement, from The Richards Stephens Partnership on the lack of STEM graduates, from Inga Neaves on the desirability of studying in the UK, and from Michel Barnier on the likelihood of a UK-EU trade deal.
LEADERS IN THEIR OWN WORDS: Johnson, Betts, Harris, Miah, Hughes-Thomas, Reese
In our latest series of leadership quotations, we hear from the prime minister on his Covid policies, Clive Betts on the situation in Yorkshire, Stuart Harris and Mohammad Miah on key issues in the financial services sector, and from Sue Hughes-Thomas on the government’s policies towards private landlords.
Robinson Jackson breaks sales record
In a much needed piece of good news for the business community, the south-eastern estate agency, Robinson Jackson, has announced that their sales figures for the weeks after lockdown were their highest ever for that period.
Platinum Partnership Solicitors named West Yorkshire Law Firm of the Year
Nasreen Karim’s Bradford-based law firm Platinum Partnership Solicitors have scooped the ‘Law Firm of the Year’ prize at the CorporateLivewire Leeds and West Yorkshire Prestige Awards 2020.
Robinson Brothers showered with thanks for their Covid-19 response
West-Bromwich based chemical manufacturers Robinson Brothers have come in for a great deal of thanks from their local community for their huge generosity and impressive agility in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
LEADERSHIP ROUNDUP: MBE for AIM chief, praise for TLC Live and essential advice from Timefinders
Our latest leadership roundup brings news of extensive praise for Simon Barnes’ TLC Live, a very informative and personal reflection on health and welfare attorneyship from Timefinder’s Alison Hesketh, and an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for AIM’s Alison Kemp.
LEADERS IN THEIR OWN WORDS: Johnson, Wragg, Board, Copley, von der Leyen, Drakeford
In our latest series of leadership quotations, we hear from the prime minister and the EU commission president on the state of play of the trade negotiations, we hear from Mark Drakeford on the Great Wall of Wales, from Jane Board on putting patients first, from Donna Copley on the difficulties of recruiting young people, and from William Wragg on the triple lock.
MET announce new arrival, HFH announce support for labs, and Mistura announce medicine literacy drive
In a triple-dose of positive news for those with a love of science, Medical Engineering Technologies have hired a seasoned new recruit, Holliday Fielding Hocking have reiterated their support for UK labs, and Mistura Informatics have spoken of their drive to improve medicine literacy.
LEADERS IN THEIR OWN WORDS: Dowden, Webster, Joshi, Dev, Johnson, Starmer
In our latest series of leadership quotations, we hear from the culture secretary on the current state of play with sports events, Craig Webster on the ‘attack on the private rental sector’, and Suresh Joshi and Ravi Dev on the future of criminal defence. We also hear from the prime minister and the leader of the opposition.