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Regional plans 'mired in chaos', claims Labour

A £3.2 billion government scheme to revive the economic fortunes of English regions has become "mired in chaos and delay", the Labour Party has claimed.

Transport operators failing foreign visitors, says report

A Level Results Day: Pass rate dips for first time in decades

Bank's wages downgrade dampens rate speculation

 
 
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Banking on the move

NatWest Global Employee Banking explores the wide range of ways in which technology can be used by expatriates to keep on top of their finances.

Serviced Apartments versus Hotels – what’s the difference?

A-Level Results: Advice on entering ‘clearing’

Hotel Valuation Index reveals rooms in Seychelles have the highest value in Africa

 
 
 
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David Sapsted Reports
Regional plans 'mired in chaos', claims Labour

Regional plans 'in chaos'

A £3.2 billion government scheme to revive the economic fortunes of English regions has become "mired in chaos and delay", the Labour Party has claimed.
 
Two break ranks to back immediate UK interest rate rise

UK interest rates: two back rise

For the first time in three years, there has been a breakdown in the unanimity of the Bank of England's monetary policy committee (MPC) over retaining record low interest rates of 0.5 per cent.
 
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.
Education Explained

Education Explained is an essential series of practical and informative guides, helping you navigate the complex international education options for globally mobile families.

Education Explained: Applying for a school place in England

Education Explained: Applying for a school place in England

As part of the Education Explained series, providing information and practical guides, Rebecca Marriage takes a look at applying for a school place in England.
 
Education Explained: The International Baccalaureate Career-related Certificate

Education Explained: The International Baccalaureate Career-related Certificate

As part of the Education Explained series, looking at the choices for relocating families, Rebecca Marriage examines the International Baccalaureate Career-related Certificate.
 
Education Explained: Apprenticeships in England

Education Explained: Apprenticeships in England

As part of the Education Explained series, looking at the education options for relocating families, Rebecca Marriage takes a close look at Apprenticeships in England.
 
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Analysis by Ray Furlong
Turkey: doubts darken election euphoria

Turkey: doubts darken election euphoria

Turkey’s mercurial leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke of a new era for his country as jubilant crowds cheered him on a balcony in Ankara at the weekend, following his election as President.
 
US-Africa summit – playing catch up

US-Africa summit – playing catch up

The first US-Africa summit has been held in Washington, bringing more than 50 African leaders to the city and major announcements of US investment.
 
A freelance writer and journalist with 16 years’ experience at BBC News television, World Service, Radio 4, and Online, Ray Furlong writes expert analysis pieces for Re:locate.
Latest Corporate Finance News
Two break ranks to back immediate UK interest rate rise

UK interest rates: two back rise

For the first time in three years, there has been a breakdown in the unanimity of the Bank of England's monetary policy committee (MPC) over retaining record low interest rates of 0.5 per cent.
 
Gender pay gap widens for UK's women managers

UK gender pay gap widens

Women managers and executives are falling further behind their male colleagues in terms of both pay and bonuses, according to a new report.
 
Rates rise pressure eases as inflation tumbles

Rates rise pressure eases

The UK's key inflation rate fell sharply last month to 1.6 per cent, well below the Bank of England's target of 2 per cent, official figures show.
 
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Most Read Immigration News
Cameron announces further restrictions on EU benefits

Cameron announces restrictions on EU benefits

European immigrants without realistic prospects of getting a job in the UK will see their eligibility for state benefits cut from six to three months under plans outlined on Tuesday by Prime Minister David Cameron.
 
South Africa's Department of Home Affairs announces implementation of new immigration regulations

New regulations in South Africa

Last month, in what many considered to be a surprise announcement, the South African Department of Home Affairs (DHA) confirmed that the new Immigration Regulations had been finalized and would come into force on June 1, 2014.
 
Latin America gets new work visa deal

Latin America gets new work visa deal

Latin America's Pacific Alliance trade bloc has agreed a new working visa scheme among member states.
 
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Policy
Disaster situations: are you prepared?

Disaster situations: are you prepared?

Following the natural disasters and political unrest that occurred around the world in 2011, Farid Ahmed, formerly regional head of HR for Nokia Siemens Networks and later, managing partner at HR consultancy Virtus, gave timely practical advice on preparing for, and managing, a crisis.
 
I’m an international assignee – get me out of here!

I’m an international assignee – get me out of here!

Falling ill when you’re away from home is something most of us have experienced. But what happens when an illness is much more serious than the sniffles or a sore throat?
 
The Local Plus approach

The Local Plus approach

According to a recent survey, Asia Pacific is leading the way in the use of formal Local Plus policies. We explore the top policy elements, key drivers and learning points.
 
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Serviced Apartment Solutions
Serviced Apartments versus Hotels – what’s the difference?

Serviced Apartments versus Hotels

What are the real differences for business travellers between serviced apartments and hotels? Dean Harries of Silverdoor explains.
 
The top five attractions in the City and central London

Top 5 City of London attractions

In the third instalment of Clarendon Serviced Apartments’ guide to the top attractions in the capital we head into the City to see what’s on offer outside of office hours.
 
Is Brazil outgrowing its status as an emerging economy?

Is Brazil outgrowing its status?

As a BRIC (an association of five major emerging nations), Brazil is one of the world's most rapidly developing economies.
 
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