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Transport network accessibility still a major issue – London Assembly

The London Assembly says that Transport for London (TfL)’s plans to improve accessibility on the transport network are on the... (Continue reading)

Public finance figures better than anticipated

The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) says that the public sector finance figures for September were lower than expected, and... (Continue reading)

Public urged to use online app for new universal credit

According to reports, the Government is to urge people who make applications for the new Universal Credit to use an... (Continue reading)

BAM wins Liverpool hospital contract

According to media reports, BAM Construction has won a £20m contract to modernise Aintree Hospital in Liverpool. BAM will deliver... (Continue reading)

Public Services Bill is a ‘no brainer’

The Public Services Bill has been put through to report stage in under two hours.  If made law, the Public... (Continue reading)

Taxi for the hospital!

A Freedom of Information request sent to ambulance trusts in England, Wales and Northern Ireland has found a £30m cost... (Continue reading)

Edinburgh environment services partnership recommended

City of Edinburgh Council has published a new report which proposes to ‘significantly’ improve Environment services, including recycling and street... (Continue reading)

Capita’s diagnostic tool shows financial services are ready for change

The financial services sector is one of the most ready for change, according to a new diagnostic tool. The online... (Continue reading)

Cebr indicates growth at a standstill in 2012

New Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) forecasts indicate that annual GDP growth is likely to stand at just... (Continue reading)