According to Companies House, the number of businesses being formed in the UK bounced back in 2018 as entrepreneurs appeared to defy economic uncertainty to start more enterprises than ever.
Spending on teacher professional development has fallen by £23.2 million in a year, highlighting what could be a major factor in the teacher recruitment crisis.
According to the Government, more than 200,000 new businesses have used a new one-stop cross-Government service that allows new start-ups to register their business and also for tax and HMRC’s digital services at the same time.
A closely watched survey has revealed “subdued” business activity in December, and there are fears that the ‘Brexit brakes’ have brought economic growth in the UK to a standstill.
According to inside experts, flying cars will take centre stage at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The event is being held in Las Vegas in January and Israeli aerospace firm NFT, amongst others, is showcasing its design.
An academy has been told to improve its financial management, control and governance or risk losing its funding.
The Road Haulage Association (RHA) has slammed the Shadow Treasury’s plan to increase taxes on the haulage industry, saying that the move would “undermine the competitiveness of all UK industry”.
Schools and academies have reported a record number of data breach incidents since the introduction of the general data protection regulation (GDPR), a new study has revealed.
New figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that the number of UK smaller businesses which export abroad has increased by 6.6 per cent to 232,000 in 2017, equating to almost 10 per cent of all small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK.
Six British businesses have been chosen to champion successful UK start-ups in a programme organised by the Start-Up Loans Company, which is part of the British Business Bank (BBB).