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Latest Enterprise News


Pressure grows on companies over climate change

Global asset managers Fidelity International has said it will hold company directors to account next year if they fail to deliver on issues of climate change and boardroom gender diversity, according to a report in the Financial Times.


Prime Minister Boris Johnson meets with Scott Morrison

UK-Australia agree 'proper' post-Brexit deal

The UK and Australia have agreed the broad outline of a free trade deal - the first, truly independent agreement negotiated since Brexit.

Call to G7 to reopen global travel

The G7 heads are facing calls to restart air travel across the world to spur a global economic recovery.
Wind turbine

Climate needs 'firm plans not just fine words'

The US and UK have ambitious targets to tackle carbon emissions - the questions many experts have is who will pay and how the plans will be implemented.

UK Inward Investment


Call to ease visa rules to tackle skills shortage

One of the UK's largest business organisations is calling for a more flexible and affordable immigration system after a survey found companies are facing mounting problems hiring the skills they need.

India leads rise in searches for UK jobs

Interest among overseas workers in jobs in Britain have almost recovered to pre-pandemic levels, according to new research by Indeed, the world's largest jobs site.
UK and Australian flag montage

Australia and UK to ease business travel

A pledge that a new trade deal agreed between Australia and UK will encourage people to travel and work in each other's country has been made by the two governments.



Supply problems hit German factory output

Global supply chain problems and a slump in overseas orders have been blamed for unexpectedly large slump in German manufacturing orders.
The Chancellor Rishi Sunak leaving No.11 Downing Street on his way to deliver his budget speech

'Levelling up' plans start to take shape

The UK government has used this week's Budget announcement to publish its plans to 'level up' regional towns and cities with more affluent areas such as London and SE England.

Spending review: business backs infrastructure plan

Business leaders have broadly welcomed the year-long Spending Review announced by the UK government on Wednesday, particularly a renewed emphasis - and more spending - on infrastructure projects.

Political Climate

View of London near Liverpool Street

PwC confident of EU financial services deal

The European Union will eventually agree a post-Brexit deal with the UK over financial services because the bloc "needs London", according to one of the 'Big Four' multinational professional services firms.
Cargo ship at sea

UK 'must look to Indo-Pacific trade'

The UK should pursue new trade deals with large and fast-growing economies beyond Europe, particularly in the Indo-Pacific, according to a new government report.
A woman at a laptop holds graphics of people illustrating an article about job vacancies

Recovery roadmap leads to vacancies surge

Vacancies across the UK recorded a 10%, week-on-week rise at the end of February ahead of the easing of government lockdown restrictions, according to a new survey.

David Sapsted Reports

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