Tata Steel has announced it is to postpone plans to sell some of its UK operations, including the Port Talbot plant.
Will we still be able to rely on seasonal workers from Eastern Europe to bring in the strawberry harvest?
The world’s aerospace and defence industry descends on Farnborough this week with a display of civil and military hardware – but with an expectation of fewer orders.
Borrowing money on an unarranged overdraft from your bank can be more expensive than taking out a payday loan, according to Which?
Nearly all scam and fraud victims “suffer in silence”, councils say, but the jailing of a lettings agent shows billions of pounds could be saved.
Business Secretary Sajid Javid is visiting India for the first trade talks since the UK voted to leave the European Union.
On Friday the US congress voted to place limits on expense accounts allotted to former presidents.
The sale of Tata Steel’s UK business is on hold as the company considers a European tie-up, creating further uncertainty for British steelworkers.
Leaders of industry, education and public services all report fear among many EU employees over their status after Britain’s referendum vote
Business, academic and civic leaders in Cambridge have warned that one of Britain’s major economic growth cities is under threat unless the government acts quickly to restore trust post-Brexit.
Company executives and educationalists report some highly skilled foreign nationals quitting or refusing to commit to new jobs in Britain because of uncertainty over their future legal status here. It has in the past boasted of creating employment faster than China, amid a boom in the technology and bioscience sectors, which led to the city being labelled “Silicon fen”, but now there are fears of a big slowdown.
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