The Princess Royal, as Patron of Save the Children UK, visited the charity's 'Mary's Living and Giving' shop in Wandsworth, as it celebrates 10 years since its opening.
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This year techUK is launching a new monthly insight series - Innovation at the Edge - highlighting exciting uses for edge computing in sectors as diverse as manufacturing, transport, energy and utilities, healthcare, agriculture, retail, and the public sector.
By Geoff Sansome, Head of Agriculture for Natural England Returning home from this week's NFU Conference I am reflecting on how it always represents a significant moment for farming in England and Wales. Even more significant this year for two ...
The government has today, 22 February, announced that more than one million homes, businesses, and public buildings can now access gigabit-capable broadband as the UK Government makes progress with its publicly-funded rollout. Further support has also been announced including £70m of funding for Future Telecoms and boosting satellite connectivity.
The NHS is facing further strike disruption this week amid continued high demand for services, as its top doctor warns more than one in 10 days have been impacted by strike action in the past year.
This week there have been a series of notable changes within the leadership of the Cabinet Office.
IFS - Scottish Government boosts support for students living costs, but further cuts funding for universities to teach t
How much does the Scottish Government spend on higher education, and what challenges does it face on university funding and living cost support?
Since 2000, sectors with heavy state intervention have experienced large price rises while competitive markets have experienced price falls.
A Look Back In Time Alexander Graham Bell's 1876 telephone call marked a milestone in communication, pioneering the ability to converse over long distances using electricity. Fast forward 122 years to 1998 and my first IT job, and a desk ...
Demos - New statistics confirm that the pandemic has had a sustained negative impact on employment in the UK heres how
This week the ONS published new statistics about employment and jobs in the UK - the first time for a number of months due to problems with survey response rates. With the appropriate caveats that the figures are estimates based on survey data - and therefore, as always, they come with a margin of error - here's what we learnt from the new statistics, and some of the implications for policy makers.