GDPR, the New EU General Data Protection Regulation is coming into force in May 2018 and as cyber-attacks continue to hit organisations and the headlines it’s important that businesses minimize the risks of a breach.
Theresa May is the first minister in a democracy and says she is going to give the British people what they voted for. But they did not vote for a form of Brexit that might damage the economy? And when they voted for the UK to regain sovereignty, they were not voting for a Prime […]
Posted on 4th October 2016 in Bits & Bytes.
Christianity is the world’s largest religion, with an estimated 2.2 billion followers. Pope Francis has nearly 10 million followers on Twitter. And the Bible is a great example of content marketing with over 40 writers contributing over a 1500 year period, there’s a central message threaded throughout the bible and it speaks with an authentic […]
As of 15 August, Team GB has 38 medals compared to Team USA’s 69 medals and China’s 45 medals. OK, so in real terms we are second and although that in itself is a tremendous achievement, it becomes far more impressive when you factor in the relative populations.
IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self Employed, has responded to the Prime Minister’s appointments of Philip Hammond as Chancellor and Greg Clark as Minister for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
Posted on 15th July 2016 in City News.
Faced with a new right wing cabinet promising a ‘social agenda’, we must have an idealistic socialist Labour Party led by Jeremy Corbyn. Our society needs this to represent the rights of the workers and fight for equality and social justice.
Posted on 15th July 2016 in Bits & Bytes.