The UK’s consulate in southern Iraqi port city of Basra will close its offices soon as part of the coalition government’s austerity drive to reduce spending, local media reported.
The consulate has
Construction, tourism, jobs and the "happiness effect" from the London 2012 Olympic Games will leave a British legacy.
Shropshire-based firm Golden Bear, which is producing the Olympic mascots, has
Cultivating a strong tech economy is essential to the UK’s future prosperity. But as the country’s technology and engineering sector continues to face a massive shortfall of skilled workers, has the
Study refutes claim that foreign nationals are depriving British-born workers of jobs
There is no link between rising immigration and rising unemployment, independent economists have found – contradicting
London: Hiring professionals from India and other non-EU countries is vital for London economy, and cutting migration from these countries puts economic recovery at risk, said the London Chamber of Commerce
The economists who advise the Home Office on immigration policy have come out against a plan to turn economic migrants into 'guest workers'. Last week, the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) published their
Last year, Prime Minister David Cameron placed the hospitality industry at the heart of the UK’s economic recovery. With a package of high-profile events in the pipeline, including the Queen’s
Cream of the crop: The number of graduates estimated to be working overseas is now more than one million
More than a million of the highest-qualified and best-trained Britons have gone to live abroad
The plan is for a 54-acre business development at Dyce in Aberdeen
Plans for the £100m 54-acre construction at Dyce - called ABZ - have been unveiled, led by Ribnort.
The aim is to have the business
After leading the recovery for 21 months, there is no doubt the manufacturing sector is entering a more challenging period.
Our nation, as a result of our very large financial sector, was particularly