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Rakem philosophy mirrors government apprenticeship sentiment

The Department for Education [DfE] has urged parents to look beyond misconceptions around apprenticeships, after new research shows that such views could be holding children back from pursuing lucrative careers.

ICC Solutions' optimism justified as Truss speech "outlines bold new era for trade”

Firms such as Cheshire's ICC Solutions who have looked upon the UK’s post-Brexit trade prospects with optimism have been boosted by the ambitions outlined in international trade secretary Liz Truss’ speech to the World Trade Organization General Council earlier in March.

Over £800,000 paid out in House of Commons settlement cases since 2017

More than £800,000 has been paid out in settlement cases in the House of Commons since the beginning of 2017.

Flybe enters into administration

Flybe has entered into administration following a failed bid for further financial support.

CBI and Ash Contracting agree tender process too risky, recommend greater diligence

The Confederation of British Industry’s February 2020 report, titled 'Fine Margins: Delivering Financial Sustainability in UK Construction', sought to investigate why the operating environment is as precarious as it is and the role of risk management in the industry.

Arromax Engineering working to counteract skills shortage

The issues surrounding the skills shortfall in the engineering industry are well-documented, with a recent survey highlighting that 37 per cent of 250 engineering professionals see the deficit as having the biggest impact on the sector. However, one firm, Arromax Engineering, is finding ways to tackle the deficit and thrive in a challenging landscape.

Proposed change in petrol type equivalent to taking 350,000 cars off the road per year

Greener petrol could be introduced to UK pumps as early as next year, in an attempt to meet emission targets.

Leaders Council reports on Raab's Middle East mission

Dominic Raab will visit Saudi Arabia for the first time in his capacity as foreign secretary, the Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland reports.

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