Ratings agency Moody's has cut the UK's long-term credit rating from Aa1 to Aa2, changing the outlook from stable to negative, as extensive research indicates the prospect of Brexit is having a drag on the country's productivity.
May speech 'concrete step forward' on Brexit, but Ireland issues remain outstanding, says expert 25 Sep 2017
The latest speech by UK prime minister Theresa May contains some "concrete steps forward" in the UK's negotiations with the EU regarding its exit from the trading bloc, an expert has said.
The House of Commons Work and Pensions Committee has begun a wide-ranging inquiry into the success and effectiveness of the 2015 pension reforms.
- New figures reveal extent of UK modern slavery and human trafficking 11 Aug 2017
- Insurers need to re-evaluate risk profile of businesses handling data to account for potential fines under GDPR, says expert 15 Jun 2017
- Guide: Company disclosure requirements under the 2015 Modern Slavery Act
- Guide: Using competitive tenders
- ICO points businesses towards alternatives to consent as a basis for processing personal data, says expert 22 Aug 2017
- Businesses warned against 'dressing up' marketing emails that customers have opted out of 21 Jul 2017
- Guide: Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations
- Guide: Tagging: the legal issues
- UK university tuition fees could be cut as early as next year, according to press reports 21 Sep 2017
- Detailed study of international students' 'social and economic impact' to begin 25 Aug 2017
- Guide: Negotiation
- Guide: How competition law regulates discussions and arrangements between universities: the basics
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