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Ada analysis shows OOH audiences boosted by a return to retail

Today, Talon Outdoor reported the latest findings from their proprietary out-of-home data management platform Ada, covering the week ending June 21 – the first full week since lockdown restrictions were lifted on non-essential retail in England. The latest figures show a significant week-on-week impact on footfall across shopping malls, department stores and supermarkets with a boost to overall population movement and travel as roadside traffic returns to normal levels in some areas.

William Hague: government ‘right in theory, muddled in practice’ on civil service reform

Michael Gove delivered a speech on Saturday setting out the government’s vision for reforming the civil service. As if to display the full force of their intent, this was followed a few hours later by the announcement that Sir Mark Sedwill would be departing as cabinet secretary.

A2E founder: "Lenders must be more lenient"

In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, we spoke to Amin Amiri, CEO and Founder of a2e Industries, regarding the financial situation for many businesses in the UK.

Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee report derides Gambling Commission activity

A parliamentary report has stated that the Gambling Commission and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport have an "unacceptably weak understanding" of how gambling can harm people.

Creative Engagement Group CEO: Offices are more than workspaces. They are critical for culture building and leadership

Since March, office workers in the UK have found themselves adapting rapidly to the new reality of home working. This has led to much speculation of a fundamental shift in how we work that will long outlast Covid-19. Writing exclusively for The Parliamentary Review, Russ Lidstone, CEO of The Creative Engagement Group, mounts a defence of the office and the creativity and camaraderie it inspires.

Leicester lockdown could continue beyond July 4

City mayor Sir Peter Soulsby has announced that pubs, restaurants and other public venues in Leicester may be shut for another two weeks past the national "reopening" date of July 4.

Into administration for Intu

Owner of the Trafford Centre and Lakeside, Intu, has gone into administration.

BA set to cut long-serving staff pay by one-fifth

British Airways have told their longest-serving cabin crew staff members that they are set to face a 20 per cent pay cut - or lose their jobs.

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