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Rebecca Long-Bailey announces candidacy for Labour leadershipRebecca Long-Bailey has formally announced her entry into the Labour leadership contest.
Sensio Lighting demonstrates how business and education can collaborate on future-proofingAs industry in the UK and worldwide continues to develop with advancements in the use of technology and artificial intelligence, businesses are left with no choice but to innovate in order to future-proof themselves, while education is also under pressure to stay in touch.
Conservative plans for R and D tax breaks could benefit firms like European Technology Development Ltd
Conservative plans for R and D tax breaks could benefit firms like European Technology Development LtdDecember saw Boris Johnson declare a “new dawn” as the Conservatives secured the biggest majority in Westminster since the 1987 election. As a new decade begins, the UK’s Brexit path is looking clearer but also much emphasis will be on Johnson’s domestic policies, how these may be implemented and what it will mean for Britain’s SMEs.
Timetabling and regulations to be finalised for Labour leadership contestLabour’s National Executive Committee will convene on Monday to set the timetable and rules for the party’s upcoming leadership contest, including who will be eligible to vote in it.
Costs of HS2 “out of control”, Lord Berkeley says in reportDeputy chairman of the government commissioned HS2 review panel, Lord Berkeley, has published an independent “dissenting report” saying there is “overwhelming evidence” that the costs of the project have spiralled “out of control”.
Mandate for Indyref2 under dispute with Section 30 Order unlikely under Johnson ministryWhile December’s general election yielded a significant victory for Boris Johnson’s Conservatives, the outlook in Scotland could not have shown more of a contrast. The SNP increased its contingent of MPs in Westminster to 48, with the Tories losing more than half of their Scottish constituencies.
Government plans for free ports comes with pros and consGovernment plans were first announced back in August to launch up to ten free ports across the UK post-Brexit, which would allow firms to import and re-export goods outside of normal tax and customs rules. Now that the Conservatives have secured a majority, it could look to press on with introducing them.
Boris Johnson's education policy including £14 billion funds for schools likely to be one of his most scrutinised moves