The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) are being talked about a lot at the moment. Here is a really brief overview of what they are, and what you can do to prepare for them.
Charity leaders claim that The Budget has largely side-lined charities, especially in the child and social welfare sector. Charities were not completely overlooked and received a simplification of the Gift Aid Donor Benefits system and a promise that the Government would invest further in Armed Forces and Emergency Services charities, though charities say that this is superficial at best.
After October was recorded as one of the biggest consumer spending slumps since the height of the recession in 2009, the high street is experiencing a bounce back of sales in the run-up to Christmas.
Ahead of the release of The Budget on Wednesday 22nd, we have a look at what a further increase in Insurance Premium Tax could mean for charities.
Following Brexit, Cornwall County Council has appealed to the Government, as crops are “rotting in fields” due to lack of migrant labourers.
Non-food sales rose by only 0.2% in October, causing concern for high street retailers in the run up to Christmas.
Historic England has released the details for locations added and withdrawn from the 2017 Heritage and Risk register.
Leading gambling Charity GambleAware has accused bookmakers and betting firms of not donating a segment of their income to fund addiction treatment, as originally promised.
New energy efficiency standards are leaving owners of listed and heritage properties confused. What exactly does it mean for those hoping to rent out their property?
A new law coming into effect on 20th May 2018 will see the MOT test scrapped for vehicles over 40 years old, bringing the MOT test cut-off date into line with the equivalent cut-off date for Vehicle Excise Duty.
The most successful online fundraisers are usually those who have started fundraising over 100 days before their event, so with Christmas only a couple of months away, the process of planning a seasonal appeal should soon be underway.
While the GDPR includes a number of important changes regarding cyber-security and data management, one of the most important changes involves strengthening the standards of obtaining consent to process data.
On 25 May 2018, the GDPR comes into effect in the EU and UK to replace the Data Protection Act. Most businesses across the country are going to have to make a change of some sort but not many know what it is that they need to do in preparation. Take a look at this checklist to help your business get ready.
The first iPhone wasn't launched until 2007, and look how much things have changed since then. The Data Protection Act was introduced in 1998, so it has been due an update for a while. This is where the GDPR looks to make some changes and it is fair to say that businesses are going to have to change too!
Following the effects Storm Ophelia had earlier in the week, and the Met Office telling us that Storm Brian will probably ruin our weekend (unless you are a Storm Chaser), we have a few tips to help your business prepare for what else might be heading our way.