Monday, July 4, 2022

Shoppers Not Returning to Scotland’s Shops

The number of people going into Scotland’s shops is still struggling to bounce back from the Covid pandemic, new figures […]

3rd June 2022

Holiday Firm Cancels Flights Ahead of Jubilee Holidays

Holiday giant Tui has announced it is cancelling more flights as air passengers face more disruption ahead of the Jubilee […]

31st May 2022

Making Procurement Work for You

Are you looking at making procurement work for You? The procurement process requires a mastery of supply chain management, sourcing […]

25th May 2022

Iceland to Launch Over 60s Discount Scheme

Iceland to launch over-60s discount as cost of living soars. The BBC are reporting that Iceland is to launch a […]

20th May 2022

Choosing a Wedding Venue for Your Special Day

When choosing a wedding venue, what are the main things you look for? Location? Capacity? Price? Maybe it’s the design […]

19th May 2022

Lending to Small Firms at an All Time Low

Lending to smaller firms has hit an all-time low, according to a study by the Federation of Small Businesses. The […]

16th May 2022

Drivers Cutting Back on Journeys

Fuel sales have fallen as drivers cut back on the number of journeys they make due to higher pump prices, […]

13th May 2022
Netflix Cuts Jobs After Subscriptions Fall

Netflix Cuts Jobs After Subscriptions Fall

Netflix cuts 300 more jobs after subscriptions fall. The BBC are reporting that Netflix has announced another round of job […]

24th June 2022
British Airways Heathrow staff

British Airways Staff Back Summer Strikes

British Airways Heathrow staff back summer strikes over pay. Hundreds of British Airways workers at Heathrow Airport have voted to […]

24th June 2022
Gatwick Cuts Summer Flights

Gatwick Cuts Summer Flights Due to Staffing Issues

Gatwick cuts summer flights as Heathrow boss warns it could take 18 months to fix staffing issues. Travellers at airports […]

17th June 2022
Global Stock Markets Continue to Fall

Global Stock Markets Continue to Fall

Asian stocks fell on Friday after major losses in the US and Europe as worries about the economy intensify following […]

17th June 2022
Plan for Unused PPE

Spending Watchdog Questions Plan for Unused PPE

Millions of unused masks and other Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) bought at the height of the Covid pandemic are to […]

10th June 2022
Boris Johnson Faces Vote of No Confidence

Boris Johnson Faces Vote of No Confidence

Boris Johnson to face vote of no confidence. The chairman of the backbench 1922 Committee confirmed he has received 54 […]

6th June 2022