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Call centre workers

Service sector bounces back, but skills shortage remains

The UK’s all-important service sector, which accounts for more than three-quarters of the nation's GDP, recorded healthy growth in the three months to May with employment levels now at their highest in almost seven years.

Business must be ‘crystal clear’ about EU benefits, says CBI

Irish clear the way for Aer Lingus takeover

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Scottish homes

Scotland leads the way as house prices surge

Annual house prices in the UK increased by almost 10 per cent in the year to March 2015, according to data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

New guide to overcoming China relocation headaches

Relocation Personality of the Year puts family “at the heart of global mobility”

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Immigration News
air passengers

Cameron acts as net migration to UK nears all-time high

The health of the British economy is believed to have been behind a surge in immigration last year, which saw net migration totals hit near-record levels.
Naomie Hanrahan Soar, Smith Stone Walters and Claire Herbert of John Lewis at Relocate Awards

Excellence in Employee & Family Support winner

Re:locate’s 2014/15 award for Excellence in Employee & Family Support has been won by UK inbound immigration consultancy Smith Stone Walters.
Dearson Winyard International and Smith Stone Walters at Relocate Awards

Immigration Team of the Year winner

Re:locate’s 2014/15 Immigration Team of the Year award has been won by a London-based immigration consultancy, Dearson Winyard International.
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Latest Education & Schools News
students abroad

A third of young Britons keen on foreign study

Increasing numbers of British students are opting to study abroad, drawn by the chance of experiencing a different culture and the possibilities of working abroad for a multinational on graduation, according to new research.
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Angela Merkel and David Cameron

Merkel boosts Cameron’s hope of EU reform

Chancellor Angela Merkel has offered Prime Minister David Cameron hope that he might be able to obtain substantial changes in the UK’s membership of the EU ahead of the country’s in-out referendum on remaining in the 28-nation bloc.
Lloyds Bank

Rise in SME bank lending ‘will boost UK economy’

Net lending from banks to small and medium-sized enterprises increased by more than £600 million in the first three months of the year, figures from the Bank of England have shown.
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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Latest Corporate Finance News
Lloyds Bank

Rise in SME bank lending ‘will boost UK economy’

Net lending from banks to small and medium-sized enterprises increased by more than £600 million in the first three months of the year, figures from the Bank of England have shown.
UK and EU member flags

Business must be ‘crystal clear’ about EU benefits, says CBI

The president of the UK’s largest employers’ organisation is calling on the country’s business leaders to “turn up the volume” and speak out soon and often about the benefits of Britain's continued membership of the European Union.
The Queen at Houses of Parliament

Tax freezes and EU referendum top government agenda

A ‘triple lock’ to stop income tax, VAT or national insurance rising in the UK over the next five years and a bill to hold an in-out referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU were at the heart of the Queen's Speech.
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