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Openreach is to create 4,000 jobs this year as part of its plans to expand its full-fibre broadband across the UK. The company said the new roles, which include 3,000 apprenticeships, would help its bid to reach 25 million homes and

The UK charity watchdog is set to launch an investigation into the accounts of the charity set up to honour lockdown legend Sir Captain Tom Moore. Sir Tom became a household name in 2020 after he walked 100 laps in his

Responding to Education Select Committee’s consultation on the future of post-16 qualifications, the Institute of Directors has called for a further delay to the planned defunding of BTECs to allow for more time to generate employer capacity to provide T

Have your team clocked less sick days during the pandemic but are now on the verge of burnout? You’re not alone … Providing right-first-time solutions that evolve with the changing needs of customers and the markets they operate in, means that

Have your team clocked less sick days during the pandemic but are now on the verge of burnout? You’re not alone … Providing right-first-time solutions that evolve with the changing needs of customers and the markets they operate in, means that

The kitchens of Michelin-starred restaurants too often descend into alternative “moral universes” where bullies and bad behaviour thrive, a study has suggested. While Gordon Ramsay may have made an entire television career out of swearing at people making food, when there

Lowering VAT charges on fuel may be politically attractive but is not good news for those who will struggle the most, say leading tax and advisory firm Blick Rothenberg Heather Self a tax partner at the firm said: “Pressure is building

Lowering VAT charges on fuel may be politically attractive but is not good news for those who will struggle the most, say leading tax and advisory firm Blick Rothenberg Heather Self a tax partner at the firm said: “Pressure is building

Farmers in England will be given taxpayers’ cash to rewild their land, under plans for large-scale nature recovery projects announced by the government. These will lead to vast tracts of land being newly managed to conserve species, provide habitats for wildlife

Resolutions are often unrealistic, pressure filled promises that if broken, can make you feel like a failure. That is the last thing your business needs. What are you going to do if you break them in January for whatever reason? Wait

Resolutions are often unrealistic, pressure filled promises that if broken, can make you feel like a failure. That is the last thing your business needs. What are you going to do if you break them in January for whatever reason? Wait

Donald Trump’s golf courses and leisure businesses in Scotland claimed over £3m in UK government furlough money, newly-published accounts show. Covid restrictions caused substantial losses at Trump resorts in Ayrshire and Aberdeenshire with both companies reducing staff. Trump Turnberry saw turnover more

The EU could impose customs duties on British goods if the government fails to give French fishermen a further 73 licences to operate in UK waters, a French minister has said. Clément Beaune, the French Europe minister, made the threat in

The EU could impose customs duties on British goods if the government fails to give French fishermen a further 73 licences to operate in UK waters, a French minister has said. Clément Beaune, the French Europe minister, made the threat in

The EU could impose customs duties on British goods if the government fails to give French fishermen a further 73 licences to operate in UK waters, a French minister has said. Clément Beaune, the French Europe minister, made the threat in