The UK government has said it is pushing ahead with its plans to improve access to alternative financing for small businesses that have been rejected by the main high street banks.
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has announced plans to provide free public Wi-Fi hotspots in more than 1,000 public buildings across the UK as part of its Super-Connected Cities programme.
Government borrowing in the United Kingdom increased by £1.6 billion in September to £11.8 billion compared to September 2013. Analysts had predicted there would be no rise.
The first nine months of 2014 have been the best for car manufacturing for six years despite a slight dip in production last month.
The Heat Networks Delivery Unit (HDNU) is to grant £2.4 million to 32 councils in England and Wales to be invested in heat network projects.
The Scottish government has issued a new law preventing local authorities from chasing historic poll tax debts, with First Minister Alex Salmond saying the tax is “dead and buried.”
Businesses want the UK the remain part of the European Union (EU), according to research by service office company, Business Environment.
The government is planning to overhaul its £100 million scheme to provide super-fast business broadband in the UK's main cities.
Secretary of State Eric Pickles has announced that a new £5 million recycling fund will be offered to local authorities in England where weekly collections are still made.
A new report entitled Powers to Grow: City Finance and Governance by RSA City Growth Commission argues that over‑centralised decision-making is stifling economic growth and hindering the future of the country’s economy
The government has announced new measures to give budding entrepreneurs “greater freedom” to start and grow a business from home.
The Government has pledged £24 billion to add 900 extra lane miles of road capacity to England's highway network by 2021.
New legislation will force banks to refer customers to new wave of challenger banks and alternative lenders
The Government must do more to support companies developing products for the £3.4 trillion international market in low carbon goods and services, MPs have urged.
The economic recovery is gaining traction as business investment helps growth broaden, EY’s Item Club said in its latest forecast.
Cumulative local government spend through the G-Cloud framework rose by 10 per cent over the month to the end of May, according to new figures.