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Companies operating across the UK have reported their confidence is continuing to improve, despite the current economic climate.
Jobseekers favour roles in the public sector by three to one, according to research from leading UK jobs website totaljobs.com.
Central government departments must consider deploying new systems in the cloud before on-premise alternatives.
The UKH2Mobility report predicts over one and a half million hydrogen powered vehicles could be on UK roads by 2030.
The total amount of public sector net borrowing has fallen to £120.6bn over the last financial year, according to the Office for National Statistics.
A survey undertaken by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) finds some attacks caused more than £1 million of damage.
Universities are being invited to bid for £85 million of new capital funding for research into three of the “eight Great British technologies” that are expected to drive growth.
The government has unveiled a fresh oil and gas industrial strategy with an aim of promoting billions of pounds worth of investment in the sectors.
The government is to provide an additional £9.5m to 62 councils to spend on combating social housing fraud ahead of the implementation of the Social Housing Fraud Act 2013.
Local authorities desperately need major reform, focusing less on the processes and more on the outcomes, according to Steven Lugg, chief executive of Hampshire Association of Local Councils.
Public sector employment has fallen for the thirteenth consecutive quarter to just over 5.7 million, the Office for National Statistics reported In its quarterly update.
The Chancellor has pledged to use departmental savings to fund a £3bn programme in infrastructure investment.
UK chancellor George Osborne has been urged to include investment in the country's housing market when he unveils his latest Budget later in the month.
The property industry has welcomed the increase in Local Authorities that have produced a Local Plan, the document which sets out where development can happen.
Councils will be able to invest twice as much of their pension assets in infrastructure schemes such as house-building, energy projects and high-speed rail, it has been announced.
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