Professor Len Shackleton, Editorial and Research Fellow at free market think tank the Institute of Economic Affairs Commented on the RMT's announcement of a series of Christmas strikes
The number of working-age people received PIP payments doubled between July 2021 and July 2022. This report investigates that increase.
IPPR - A universal childcare guarantee for children up to 11 would boost economy by extra 13 billion a year, report find
A universal childcare guarantee' for children up to 11 would boost economy by extra 13 billion a year, report finds
IPPR - Revealed: Mental health problems most common condition among the sick forced out of UK workforce
Mental health problems are the most common condition among working age people economically inactive due to poor health, according to a state of the nation audit by IPPR.
This month's Talking 5 guest is Kevin Stenner, Account Director - Local Government, Me Learning
Blog posted by: Szymon Urbanowicz, consultant at Mindstream, Poland, 28 November 2022.
The construction of 2 next-generation radio astronomy telescopes from the Square Kilometre Array Observatory (SKAO) has begun on-site in Australia and South Africa.
More companies across the UK join Digital Security by Design to test and learn from prototype cyber security technology
Digital Catapult, the UK authority on advanced digital technology, welcomed a further four companies to its Digital Security by Design (DSbD) Technology Access Programme (TAP).
Employees can now ask for flexible working from day one under new government plans to make flexible working the default, as techUK recommended.
Corporate Human Rights Benchmark 2022 indicates more to be done in ICT sector supply chain.
The first regional Project Gigabit contract, worth 108 million, has been awarded to Fibrus to connect 60,000 premises in Cumbria. This announcement, combined with a trial of satellite connectivity for very hard to reach areas, shows Government commitment to improving digital connectivity and closing the digital divide.
Matthew Lesh, Head of Public Policy at the Institute of Economic Affairs commented on the Labour Party's A New Britain report
Ignite Space is coming to Aerospace Bristol on Tuesday 7 March 2023, where companies within the UK space sector will have the chance to network, and showcase services and products beneath the iconic Concorde Alpha Foxtrot.
Ill health undermining levelling up as workers in North East twice as likely to be forced out of labour market by sickness as people in South East
December brings the winter solstice towards the end of the month, bringing the shortest day and longest night of the year. This marks the start of astronomical winter - and provides plenty of hours of darkness for stargazing!
Dstl hosts Artificial Intelligence platform recognition trial to build datasets and validate algorithms
December 3rd is the United Nations' International Day of Persons with Disabilities. Former double Paralympic swimmer Amy Marren is a solicitor apprentice and member of IfATE's panel of apprentices. Here, she gives her thoughts as a disabled person in the ...
The Royal Navy has published it's Digital and Data Plan, which outlines how the Navy will implement the digital backbone to unlock insight and deliver towards it's 2030 digital vision.
Behind the scenes at the recent European Space Agency Council of Ministers - including new UK astronauts!
In the second part of our series on the Home Office Dynamic Development Scheme open to graduates, Anastasia Bower shares her experience as a Business Analyst on the scheme.
Are you a graduate looking for a Data or Performance Analyst role in the Home Office? Our Dynamic Development Scheme may be the perfect fit for you.
In our final post of this series, Prath tells us what it's like to work as a Project Support Officer on our graduate Dynamic Development Scheme.
techUK's Farzana Chowdhury writes about how government, industry and academia need to work together to ensure that opportunities within HPC are joined up. For techUK's #FutureofCompute Week 2022
Professor Len Shackleton, labour market expert at free market think tank the Institute of Economic Affairs Comments on the ongoing industrial action and threats of further strikes, including paramedics and ambulance workers
techUK and TECHNATION Canada have today published a joint statement on the ongoing UK-Canada FTA negotiations.