The 230ft long tapestry will leave France where it has remained for 950 years to be displayed in the UK on a loan policy from president Emmanuel Macron, though it won’t be arriving until at least 2022.
A new study published in the Digital Charity Survey 2018 by Tech Trust has revealed that 58% of UK charities have no digital strategy in place for the future, whilst 92% of those who did have a strategy were positive about the beneficial impact going digital would have for their charity and reach.
The UK’s second biggest construction company has entered liquidation after negotiation talks between the firm, money lenders and the government failed to reach a conclusion, threatening thousands of jobs.
Fly-tipping is a serious issue affecting almost two-thirds of farmers according to a survey carried out by Farmers Weekly and can lead to them not only having to clear it up themselves but also puts them at risk of being held responsible for any environmental damage caused.
The general data protection regulation (GDPR) is a new law enforced by the EU that will replace the current data protection act on 25 May 2018. It is essential that charities ensure that they are ready for the change.
Millennials will soon overtake baby-boomers as the prime consumers for insurance products. However, it is argued by business advisors Fuel Cycle that insurance companies need to do more to target the up-and-coming millennial generation in 2018.
Over the past several years, UK regulations have expanded the scope of directors' and officers' (D&O) liability and this trend doesn’t seem to be changing anytime soon according to a recent survey by the international law firm Allen & Overy.