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Liverpool Vision boasts thousands of new jobs

Liverpool Vision reports that it created over 2,000 jobs in the last year, exceeding its own targets by 20 per cent.

Ireland ‘most to lose’ from Brexit

UK population bigger and older than ever before

Features
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Nord Anglia Education finalises the acquisition of six more schools

Nord Anglia Education, a leading operator of premium schools, has completed its acquisition of six schools from Meritas.

Coding Allowed: tackling the tech sector's gender gap

Learning alongside international students is a benefit says survey

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UK citizens

UK population bigger and older than ever before

The total UK population hit another new high last year with the arrival of new immigrants being the main reason, official figures have shown.
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Expat nurses face being forced to leave UK, warns RCN

Thousands of expatriate nurses working in the UK’s National Health Service could be forced to return to their home countries because of new immigration rules, the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) has warned.
Europe

UK's Chinese visitor visa process gets streamlined

The UK and Belgian governments have announced a pilot scheme aimed at streamlining the visa application process for Chinese visitors to Britain, Belgium and the wider Schengen area.
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David Sapsted Reports
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UK professional vacancies soar, along with salaries

Professional recruitment firms in the UK now have 13 per cent more vacancies on their books than they did a year ago, according to a survey by the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo).
Greek flag and bank

Greece – Businesses hope for the best, but prepare for the worst

With the banks closed for a week and Greece about to default on a £1.1 billion repayment to the IMF, stock markets around the world tumbled on Monday.
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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Greek flag and bank

Greece – Businesses hope for the best, but prepare for the worst

With the banks closed for a week and Greece about to default on a £1.1 billion repayment to the IMF, stock markets around the world tumbled on Monday.
View from the Shard, London

UK set for M&A surge

The UK is set to see rapid growth in mergers and acquisitions activity as favourable economic conditions bring in overseas buyers, according to a new report.
Republic of Ireland flag and map

Ireland ‘most to lose’ from Brexit

It could take a decade to negotiate the UK’s exit from the European Union were the nation to vote in favour of a ‘Brexit’ in the referendum promised by the end of 2017, according to a new study.
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