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Unemployment in Scotland Down

13/08/2015

The Scottish unemployment rate is 5.6%, which is exactly the same rate as for the whole of the UK.


 

Superfast Broadband Reaches Three Million More UK Homes and Businesses

13/08/2015

More than three million homes and businesses have been reached by the Government’s rollout of superfast broadband.


 

Business Cheers Growth in STEM Subjects

13/08/2015

Welcoming A-level figures released this morning by UCAS, showing more students than ever accepted on to university courses, the overall pass rate rising marginally to 98.1% and the proportion getting the top A* grade remaining stable, Seamus Nevin, Head of Employment and Skills Policy at the Institute of Directors, said:


 

Britain Becomes 'Brewing Powerhouse'

13/08/2015

Britain has returned to its rightful role as a global ‘brewing powerhouse’, Community Pubs Minister Marcus Jones declared today, as analysis reveals a new brewery is opening in Britain every other day.


 

Tighter Rules on Supermarket "Special Offers"

13/08/2015

Supermarkets are misleading customers with confusing pricing promotions, the competition regulator has revealed.


 

Digital Revolution Roll Out Across Monmouthshire

13/08/2015

More homes and businesses in Wales have been reached by the Government’s nationwide rollout of superfast broadband; figures published yesterday (Wednesday 12 August) reveal.


 

‘A’ Level Results: No Matter the Outcome, the Opportunity is Greatest in Technology

13/08/2015

Today marks ‘A’ level results day. It’s a day that fills students and parents alike with an overwhelming sense of dread and anticipation. The lead up is often tense, with the day itself delivering a range of emotions depending on what that envelope holds for you.


 

Job figures show that UK's recovery continues

12/08/2015

UK takes a tentative step forward as unemployment doesn't grow.


 

How Does London Keep Moving When The Tube Stops?

12/08/2015

It’s often said that London never stops moving, however I take a slightly different view. I say that London mustn’t stop moving. As one of the busiest cities in the world, London faces a staggering demand for constant, efficient transport, and so when the tube, the most widely-used method of transport that the city has to offer goes on strike, mayhem ensues.


 

Draft Guideline for Health and Wellbeing is Revealed

12/08/2015

The needs of local communities should be at the heart of local initiatives to improve health and wellbeing, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has said.


 

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