Chris Leslie, Labour’s Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury has today written to the Chancellor the Exchequer demanding answers to questions on how long the UK Government has known about the possibility of a higher EU budget surcharge.
UKIP South Yorkshire Police & Crime Commissioner candidate, Jack Clarkson, today unveiled a new, hard hitting, ‘1400 reasons to vote’ campaign in Rotherham, supported by local MEP and prospective parliamentary for Rotherham, Jane Collins MEP.
The stress tests on Eurozone banks run by the European Central Bank, “will not be enough,” warns a senior analyst at one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations.
The UK’s gross domestic product (GDP) increased by 0.7 percent in the third quarter of 2014, compared to the 0.9 percent seen in the second quarter says the Office for National Statistics.
The Government and the insurance industry have today retreated from their claims about the level of motor insurance fraud
UK healthcare workers are being encouraged to complete a survey about helping with the Ebola outbreak in west Africa.
The results will help to identify and, therefore, address any modifiable barriers there might be.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) estimates that the quantity bought in the retail industry in September decreased by 0.3 percent when compared to August. The good news however is that it had increased by 2.7 percent when compared with September 2013.
The Deputy Prime Minister is today (23 October) visiting a tech hub in Sheffield to announce the creation of TechNorth – a major new Northern Futures project bringing the pockets of excellence in tech industries from across the North
Domestic orders remain healthy
The recovery in British manufacturing continued in the three months to October, but the pace of growth slowed as new export orders declined, according to the latest CBI Quarterly Industrial Trends Survey.
The Bank of England is today publishing its approach to resolving a failed bank, building society or investment firm. Resolution is the process by which the authorities can intervene to manage the failure of a firm.
Despite repeated reports of its demise, manufacturing is responsible for more than half the West Midlands economy and nearly a third of the UK output, according to research for Birmingham City University.
Police and security experts warn communities to be vigilant in a bid to tackle burglaries as dark nights loom
Police and security experts have called on neighbours to join forces in a bid to tackle burglaries as dark nights loom.
Nearly three quarters of UK homeowners (73 per cent) would like to see more vigilance in their communities