Lancashire’s children’s centres have been recognised with a prestigious award for the high standard of care they provide to new mums and children. The centres, which are run by Lancashire County Council and the health visiting service, which is provided by Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust, have each been awarded […]

Baby friendly award for Lancashire Children’s Centres


The government must be prepared to back radical changes to health services to secure the future of the NHS, according to a new analysis of sustainability and transformation plans (STPs) published by The King’s Fund. The report argues that STPs offer the best hope of delivering essential reforms to NHS services. The […]

Politicians must be prepared to back NHS plans


New export figures reveal the growing demand for our food and drink. Global sales of the UK’s food and drink have hit the £20 billion mark for the first time, Environment Secretary Andrea Leadsom will announce today. New figures reveal exports grew by nearly 10 per cent in 2016, with […]

Record exports support Global Britain drive



The government calls for universities to do more to stop students buying custom written essays online. Universities Minister Jo Johnson is today (Tuesday 21 February) calling on university and student bodies to do more to deal with the spread of ‘essay mills’ – websites which provide custom written essays for […]

Jo Johnson demands tough penalties on student plagiarism


1 Events Media (1EM) has assembled a panel of internet marketing experts for the forthcoming E3 Business Expo. Here, they will take part in a free question-and-answer session examining the latest trends and developments in digital marketing, and how businesses can best take advantage of them. A one-day business-to-business trade exhibition, […]

‘The Future of Digital Marketing’ Expert Panel to Host Free ...


The Freight Transport Association has reacted with disappointment to the Local Government Association (LGA)’s inaccurate claim that freight transport is responsible for the poor state of Britain’s roads.  Instead, FTA has called on central government to reverse the downturn in spending on local infrastructure, which has caused a 14 year […]

Lack of investment, not freight transport, to blame for potholes ...