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EU funding is \'essential\' to academic research in UK

EU funding is 'essential' to academic research in UK

The UK will have a €1.1 billion academic research funding gap after Brexit, research has shown. Archaeology will be hardest hit as it receives 38 per cent of its research funding from the European Union.

China defends economic policy after Moody's downgrade

Apprentices struggle to find time to study, says Open University

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Global tech firms ‘actively planning’ expansion into UK

Global tech firms ‘actively planning’ expansion into UK

Plans for Brexit are not damaging the UK’s global attractiveness as a business location or a destination for inward investment in the tech sector, according to new research. We bring you the details.

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UK ‘most expensive place to send expats’

Despite the fall in the value of sterling against the dollar since the EU referendum, the UK remains the most expensive country in which to assign expatriates, according to new research.
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Tories' proposed immigration clampdown provokes fear

The Confederation of British Industry, EEF and Sadiq Khan, the London mayor, have expressed concerns that the Tories' election manifesto will damage British business and the NHS.
Turkey turmoil: outflow of highly skilled workforce into EU

Turkey's turmoil sees outflow of skilled workers into Europe

Highly skilled Turkish nationals are increasingly looking outside Turkey for job opportunities in disciplines such as technology and banking, thanks to ongoing political instability in the country.

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China defends economic policy after Moody's downgrade

China defends economic policy after Moody's downgrade

Moody’s, the credit rating organisation, has downgraded China’s credit rating for the first time in more than 25 years due to concerns over the slowing growth and rising debt of the Chinese economy.

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EU funding is \'essential\' to academic research in UK

EU funding is 'essential' to academic research in UK

The UK will have a €1.1 billion academic research funding gap after Brexit, research has shown. Archaeology will be hardest hit as it receives 38 per cent of its research funding from the European Union.
China defends economic policy after Moody's downgrade

China defends economic policy after Moody's downgrade

Moody’s, the credit rating organisation, has downgraded China’s credit rating for the first time in more than 25 years due to concerns over the slowing growth and rising debt of the Chinese economy.
Former chief reporter at The Times and news editor and New York correspondent for The Telegraph among other journals, David Sapsted writes sharply observed news for Re:locate.
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