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Cutting chemicals: Mossy Rock chief shares top tips for mindful gardening
Writing on the Mossy Rock blog, company director Ben Barnard shares some helpful tips for gardening greener and more mindfully.
Total QSR appoints Glenn Hatch in new role
Total QSR, a firm of commercial catering, electrical and refrigeration engineers, has appointed Glenn Hatch to the new role of field-based service manager.
“Worse than Covid or the 2008 crash”: Robinson Brothers boss Hanrahan on rising costs
Adrian Hanrahan, managing director of West Midlands-based chemical manufacturer, Robinson Brothers, recently spoke of how rising costs are beginning to have an impact on business and consumer confidence.
Sustainability champion Techbuyer joins IEMA as corporate member
Techbuyer, a sustainable IT solutions provider, has become a corporate member of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment [IEMA] as part of its ongoing commitment to best practice in sustainability.
Government invests £20 million into roadside facilities improvements for HGV drivers
Drivers of heavy goods vehicles [HGVs] are set to benefit from £20 million of funding for improvements to roadside facilities.
PM to face Privileges Committee probe over Partygate
Following a five-hour debate in Parliament on Thursday, the Commons Privileges Committee has been asked to launch a probe into whether prime minister Boris Johnson deliberately misled his fellow MPs over Partygate.
The Great Resignation: DRP Group highlights six negotiation tactics for every successful CEO
The Great Resignation is a well-documented matter that has seen businesses that once ran smoothly now encountering rocky shores, DRP Group’s Lydia Chenhall writes.
ADEY enters community partnership with Forest Green Rovers FC
Manufacturing firm ADEY, a specialist in household central heating system protection products, has entered a community partnership with Gloucestershire-based football club, Forest Green Rovers.
“Stability and peace” the bargaining chips for reform in Iraq, KRI PM Masrour Barzani tells Laween Atroshi on UK visit
Masrour Barzani, PM of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, is visiting the UK to highlight the challenges and barriers to local reform,, the status of Erbil’s ongoing negotiations with Baghdad, and to present his vision for a new system of confederation in the Middle Eastern country.
PMQs: Johnson quizzed on Partygate and comments around Rwanda policy reaction
Partygate, the government’s plans to send some asylum seekers to Rwanda, and comments made by the PM about the Archbishop of Canterbury and the BBC were all on the agenda as Boris Johnson faced MPs again at Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday.
Johnson faces Commons backlash over Partygate fine
Prime minister Boris Johnson was grilled by MPs in the House of Commons on Tuesday afternoon, after he was fined by the police for having broken his own lockdown laws.
Partygate: PM expected to make Commons apology
Prime minister Boris Johnson will address Parliament on Tuesday afternoon and is expected to issue an apology for his receipt of a fine for breaking Covid lockdown rules in Downing Street.
Driver Require boss on judging panel for 2022 Motor Transport Awards
Driver Require CEO Kieran Smith will sit on the judging panel for the 36th Motor Transport Awards.
UK government planning a phased implementation of EPR from 2024
The UK government will begin a phased implementation of its action of Extended Producer Responsibility [EPR] legislation from 2024 but has taken strides forward by introducing a Plastic Packaging Tax [PPT], which entered force from April 1, 2022.