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Agile ICT discuss online security and the public sector

Richard G. Jones, founder and director of Agile ICT, a firm that provides IT solutions exclusively for the education sector, has told The Parliamentary Review that he believes that the provision of online security services are currently lacking in the public sector.

Aerospace industry seeks reassurances over EU regulatory alignment post-Brexit

Key aerospace firms have aired concerns over regulatory alignment post-Brexit and the ability to bring UK products to market in line with European safety standards.

BBC and government asked to cooperate to save free TV licences for over-75s

The media select Committee of the House of Commons has voiced their concern that free TV licences for those over 75 will only be available to those on pension credit, referring to it as an "absurd situation".

Brexit secretary redeployed to Brussels for further talks

Brexit secretary Stephen Barclay will return to Brussels and meet with the EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier after talks between prime minister Boris Johnson and Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.

Growth in three months to August wards off recession fears

The UK economy should avoid a recession according to the Office for National Statistics after growth figures for the three months to the end of August exceeded expectations.

Deal discussed by Johnson and Varadkar

Boris Johnson and Leo Varadkar have met to discuss the prime minister’s current Brexit proposals.

Hull first city in the UK to have full fibre broadband coverage

Hull is now the first UK city where everyone can have access to full fibre optic broadband after a seven-year long investment programme into its provision by local firm Kcom.

Wages for coastal workers £1,600 less than average

BBC News has published findings revealing that workers living in the coastal communities of Great Britain earn around £1,600 less per year on average than those living further inland.

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