Pressure eased on Bank of England to increase interest rates following house price growth and inflation revelations
The Bank of England has received a boost as the Office for National Statistics announced a six- year low in house price growth today, coinciding with a stable 1.9 per cent rate of inflation.Read more
Bob Blackman MP: "For too long customers have been ripped off"Writing for The Parliamentary Review, Bob Blackman MP argues for the need to reform the leasehold system and summarises the recommendations of the Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee of which he is part.
ONS figures show fall in unemploymentOffice for National Statistics figures revealed that unemployment fell to 3.9 per cent today.
NLA says no-fault eviction ban could cause difficulties for tenantsThe government has today announced that no-fault evictions in England will be banned.
Foreign secretary says UK avoiding EU elections is a priorityThe UK reaching a deal to leave the EU before the European elections next month is an absolute priority according to Jeremy Hunt today.
‘Executive reflection’ can help in pursuit of UN sustainable development goalsThis April coincides with the UN Sustainable Development Goal of Decent Work and Economic Growth and in light of this, Review contributor Jackie Arnold of Coach 4 Executives reflect on the power of Executive Reflection in tacking unemployment and low growth around the world.
Labour leader Corbyn worried evidence of antisemitism was ignoredJeremy Corbyn suggested evidence of antisemitism within the Labour party was ignored during leaked recording uncovered by the Sunday Times.
Cross-party Brexit negotiations remain delicate says LidingtonDavid Lidington described cross-party Brexit talks as "delicate, difficult negotiations in an interview with the BBC today.
University launches new courses focused around artificial intelligence in attempt to close skills gap