With education cuts so sharp across some parts of the country, headteachers are reportedly dropping minority subjects and asking parents to donate to cooking classes to plug the shortfall.
Recent research has found that the output for UK manufacturing is on track for its fastest growth since 2014, with a weaker pound driving overseas demand for British goods. According to manufacturing organisation EEF’s quarterly survey, businesses have reported healthy orders from Asia, the US and continental Europe, leading analysts to revise their forecast for…Details
Chinese e-commerce giant, Alibaba, has launched its global pitching competition, called the Create@Alibaba Cloud Start-up Contest (CACSC), in a bid to find the top global internet entrepreneurs.
Sixth form education will be left with around 10 per cent less funding than secondary schools under each of the major parties’ manifesto proposals, a leading think tank has revealed.
The UK exported a record volume of food and drink products in the first three months of 2017, a study has revealed.
Since the vote to leave the European Union there has been a sharp rise in the number of British people wanting to become digital citizens of Estonia, which allows them to register bank accounts in that country and set up an online business there.
New research suggests that 94 per cent of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) regularly gift rewards to their employees, while 34 per cent believe that they enjoy enhanced employee retention rates as a direct result of this.
The Office for National Statistics’ (ONS) first quarter figures showed that GDP rose by just 0.2 per cent – 0.1 per cent less than predicted.
In an effort to cut down on spiralling agency bills, the Government will regulate the industry by establishing a “trusted” database of supply teacher agencies.
Almost half (47 per cent) of business leaders and budding entrepreneurs believe that having a clearly-defined business strategy in place is crucial to developing and maintaining a successful business.