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Are clean air cities a near reality?

We're urging businesses to be part of this drive for change by taking part in the ground-breaking Air.Car initiative, as the countdown to its launch beings in earnest.  The trial is part of Tantalum’s development of a way to accurately estimate NOx emissions, in real-time, a crucial part in the quest to tackle air pollution.

Article by: Matthew Pencharz | Published: 19 October 2017

tuition fees

Government should “cut Uni tuition fees and interest rates”

Tuition Fees: A Fairer Formula’ says that while the Government’s announcement of raising the repayment threshold is “an acknowledgement that a fairer funding split between students and the state is required”.

Article by: Michael Johnson | Published: 19 October 2017


Inflation and the pension impact

The current level of the full New State Pension is £159.55 per week (equivalent to £8,296.60 per year). The triple lock dictates it will increase in April 2018 by a rate equal to September 2017’s CPI, earnings growth or 2.5 percent whichever is the greatest.

Article by: Nathan Long | Published: 18 October 2017


Teetering Government has city on edge

Political turmoil impacting on jobs according to London Employment Monitor. The autumn season kicked off with a positive–though light–increase in ... View Article

Article by: Hakan Enver | Published: 17 October 2017

Is this the end for the Sat-Nav?

John Lewis is the first major UK retailer to remove sat-savs from shelves after announcing consistently declining sales in their ... View Article

Article by: Finlay Clark | Published: 15 October 2017

Recruiting Talent

Auto-enrolment five years on

Those on an average salary, making minimum contributions from October 2012, would now have a fund of £2,440. Saving the ... View Article

Article by: Kate Smith | Published: 15 October 2017