- 19 new products based on UK-listed equities
- LCH.Clearnet to act as central counterparty
So there you have it, military schools for kids!
Can you imagine if Nigel Farage’s UKIP had come out with this gem, it would have been charges of ‘Hitler youth’ all the way.
A new costs protection regime has been introduced for personal injury claims (including clinical negligence). The new legislation is designed to provide protection to claimants by way of limiting the costs they might have to pay to the other side.
Ahead of a seminar this Thursday (23 May) on the UK in the EU and the EU in the world, TheCityUK has called for the EU debate to focus on evidence and economic analysis of the impact on growth and job creation.
One of the world’s top minds on radar research will outline how his work is helping to improve our air traffic control and border monitoring systems.
Professor Hugh Griffiths, the winner of the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) A F Harvey Prize, will outline his research at a special lecture on Thursday 23 May in central London.
Speech reveals DEFRA has cut climate change adaptation team from 38 staff to 6
Ahead of International climate negotiations and the game-changing Energy Bill vote on 3rd June, former Special Representative for Climate Change, John Ashton CBE, gave
It takes a special kind of person to become an entrepreneur. Not everyone can do it; not everyone is willing to take the risk. But, for the people who do become entrepreneurs, they appear to share similar characteristics. Whether this is down to genetics, upbringing or education, it’s hard to tell.