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Growth of UK economy at slowest rate for almost seven years, according to ONS figures

Official figures published by the Office for National Statistics show that the UK economy grew at its slowest annual rate for almost seven years during October.

Visionary Trends reflect on human cost of tech in the Data Age

Most people view technology as an accessory to their lives, yet so often we seem to be battling it.

Industry experts Westerby Trustee Services warn of sophisticated pension fraud

A report released in late autumn has revealed that the average amount stolen by pension scammers was £82,000 in 2018, with many of these cases seeing all of the money stolen in just 24 hours.

Election Interview: Ian Walker, Conservative candidate for Sheffield Hallam

In the run up to December's General Election, our election correspondent will be creating profiles of key marginal constituencies around the country, combining the key statistics with interviews with the major candidates. In this article, we interview Ian Walker, Conservative candidate for Sheffield Hallam.

Carbon-emitting firms will lose out under new climate change policies

A report by Vivid Economics, commissioned by the UN-supported Principles for Responsible Investment, has said that companies emitting large amounts of carbon could risk losing as much as 43 per cent of their value as a result of new climate change policies.

McDonnell to outline Labour Budget plans to “end austerity”

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell is set to deliver a speech outlining plans for a Budget which will “end austerity” and lay out the priorities for the first 100 days of a Labour government.

In Focus: British manufacturer Fane International highlights urgency of getting Brexit done

Ever since the referendum of 2016 saw the British electorate make the decision to leave the European Union, UK industry has set about planning and preparing to operate in accordance with the will of the British people. However, little over three years later, the British public is no closer to knowing what Brexit might look like, nor whether it will happen at all.

EU net migration figures back up Total Project Integration’s concerns for the UK workforce

Prior to the 2016 referendum on EU membership, net migration from the bloc was at a 219,000 peak. Since the British electorate made the decision to leave, this number has been in steady decline. It is now at its lowest level since 2003, less than a quarter of the 2015 high.

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