European commissioners have been reminded of the need to avoid conflicts of interest which undermine public trust in EU policy-making, as they near the end of their term in office.
Trade unions and campaign groups have written to Vince Cable calling for a halt to negotiations on the EU-US trade deal**, as talks begin in Brussels today.
Speaking at the North East Chamber of Commerce President’s Club Talk, Charlie Bean, Deputy Governor of the Bank of England, summarises the key issues facing the economy.
Many people may think that the UK Independence Party is a single issue pressure or protest group. But anyone who attended the party’s open meeting in Shaftesbury, Dorset may well have come way thinking that there is a lot more to UKIP than appears in the press. (Video below.)
A global poll, conducted by WIN/Gallup International, the leading association in market research and polling, has revealed that over a third of respondents believe the world would be a better place if politicians were predominantly women.
The cricket loving leader of the UK Independence Party, Nigel Farage, has received a fillip for his party in the form of the once England cricketer Neal Radford announcing that he will stand for UKIP in the upcoming local elections.
E-CIGARETTES may not deter teenagers from smoking, in fact they could have the opposite effect, according to new research
Researchers at the Center for Tobacco Research and Education
The main people who currently inspire British workers are either dead or approaching retirement, from foreign shores and almost exclusively male according to a new study into role models launched today.
The UK Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) and the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to promote increased cooperation and communication between the two agencies in their efforts to protect consumer privacy.
The debate surrounding e cigarettes is growing more heated and more complex by the minute. People are weighing in with a mixture of scientific speculation, personal experience and opinions “informed” by media hype. There is a clear division in both public and political spheres
As expected the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee voted today to maintain the Bank Rate at 0.5 percent and keep the asset purchase programme at £375 billion.
More must be done to address the rising inequality between the rich and poor in London, says the Green Party, which is calling for urgent action to make affordable, safe housing accessible to ordinary Londoners.