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Modebest Builders claim construction labour shortages could force companies to turn to technology

An election is set for 12th December 2019. The Conservatives will campaign to see Brexit through and leave the European Union, the Liberal Democrats will campaign to cancel Brexit altogether and Labour's uncertain position takes a little more explanation.

Steve Jones of EAP discusses reducing the company’s carbon footprint

Steve Jones, founder of EAP, a marine support company with offices in the UK and Europe, spoke about his decision to try and operate in the most environmentally friendly way possible in the Parliamentary Review’s podcast.

No.10 will not release report into Russian election interference

No.10 has been criticised for not releasing a report into potential Russian interference in both the 2016 EU referendum and the 2017 General Election.

General Teaching Council for Scotland begins consultation on new standards code

Early October saw the start of a consultation process in Scotland on a new professional standards code that will apply to teachers. The governing body for the profession, the General Teaching Council for Scotland, which participated in the 2018/19 Parliamentary Review, is engaging with teaching professionals and the wider public as part of the process.

Proposed PSA-Fiat Chrysler puts Vauxhall's future in doubt

The proposed merger between Fiat Chrysler and French corporate entity PSA Group has sparked fears that Vauxhall, which operates under PSA’s control, could be prone to future restructuring.

Twitter to ban political advertising on its worldwide platform

Social media platform Twitter has announced a worldwide ban on political advertising, with its CEO Jack Dorsey saying that its outreach for such messages is a right to be “earned, not bought”.

Fiat Chrysler and PSA Group considering automotive merger

US-Italian automotive firm Fiat Chrysler is in talks over a merger with PSA Group, the French corporate entity that holds the Peugeot car brand.

Could 'angel investors' help more UK SMEs follow the Rise Management Consulting model of Brexit-proofing?

Despite lingering uncertainty around the UK's Brexit future, recent statistics have shown that Britain's small and medium sized businesses are continuing to rise above the parapet.

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