Mistura highlight UK medication risks and importance of patient choice
As the general election race hots up, it is the NHS that is dominating the field of political debate alongside the Brexit saga. Every major party is promising to pump money into the health service, but there are other major issues to consider outside of funding. One of these is education on medication and its impact on some of the most vulnerable in society.
Amid ‘arts funding crisis’, Aberdeen could look to Wolverhampton Grand Theatre for inspiration
A Scottish Government committee was recently warned that Aberdeen was facing an ‘arts funding crisis.’ Giving evidence to the Culture, Tourism, Europe and External Affairs Committee’s Arts Funding Inquiry, Ken Hay, speaking on behalf of Culture Aberdeen, said that a 19% reduction in Aberdeen City Council’s cultural funding this financial year had left the city’s arts sector in a precarious position.
ACE report suggests services like OMS may shine post-Brexit
A report conducted by The Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE), titled Future of Consultancy – Global Export Strategy for UK Consultancy and Engineering, calls for UK consultants and firms to look abroad and prioritise overseas construction markets. As Brexit looms ever closer, the future relationships between UK companies and their international counterparts is going to be the deciding factor on a successful transition period.
Clean Green Services Seek Clarity on the Irish Border
In a tumultuous week where the Government settled on an agreement with the European Union for Britain's withdrawal from the bloc, The Parliamentary Review assesses what practical impact this could have on British businesses which rely on trade with European countries.
Cabinet Review: Sajid Javid
Following the appointment of Boris Johnson's cabinet, we have launched a series of articles to assess how each sector views their new Secretary of State. Our seventh instalment focuses on Sajid Javid, the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Cabinet Review: Robert Buckland
Following the appointment of Boris Johnson's cabinet, we have launched a series of articles to assess how each sector views their new Secretary of State. Our sixth instalment focuses on Robert Buckland, the new Secretary of State for Justice.
Cabinet Review: Robert Jenrick
Following the recent appointment of Boris Johnson's cabinet, we have launched a series of articles to assess how each sector views their new Secretary of State. Our third instalment focuses on Robert Jenrick, the new Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government.