Month: July 2019

News Staff July 31, 2019

The British public are being asked to help the country protect water resources for future generations as part of a major campaign launched today by more than 40 environmental groups, charities, water companies and regulators. Clean, healthy and readily available water is essential for health and wellbeing, as well as economic growth, but as the […]

News Staff July 29, 2019

A new Trans-Pennine rail route between Manchester and Leeds will be confirmed today, as the Prime Minister sets out a domestic agenda to turbo-charge regional growth and prosperity. In a speech in Manchester, Boris Johnson will reaffirm that one of his top domestic priorities will be to level out opportunities, and unlock the potential not […]

News Staff July 29, 2019

Nowadays, the administrative tasks are becoming more significant for the development and growth of the company. Businesses, these days, are outsourcing their back-office operations to the Philippines – for a wide variety of reasons. However, in this article, we will tell you 5 reasons to outsource your back-office to the Philippines. Indeed, outsourcing has changed […]

News Staff July 29, 2019

The BPO sector in the Philippines is a financial powerhouse. The BPO sector is benefiting from the key government policies, well-educated workforce, and increasing foreign investment in both global in-house call centers and third-party contact centers. The BPO industry in the country will surpass foreign remittances as one of the largest contributors to the country’s […]

News Staff July 26, 2019

Mile End man sent down for involvement in the illegal supply and sale of potentially dangerous unauthorised and prescription-only medicines and Class C drugs. Leonard Cosgrove, 56, was yesterday sentenced to 2 years and 9 months after being found guilty of conspiracy to supply unauthorised medicinal products, the supply of prescription only medicines and Class […]

News Staff July 24, 2019

Artist Dr Onya McCausland’s monochrome wall-painting Wheal Jane has been made from ochre – raw earth pigment – taken from the former Wheal Jane mine near Falmouth. The mine, which closed in 1992, is now managed through a partnership between the Coal Authority, the Environment Agency and Veolia on behalf of the Department for Environment, […]

News Staff July 23, 2019

People and firms living, working and doing business in Wales will be able to find out about the many benefits and services available to them through UK Government schemes, as departments host their biggest ever showcase at the 100th Royal Welsh Show. Under the theme of ‘Delivering for Wales,’ UK Government departments including the Office […]

News Staff July 23, 2019

‘Hedgehog highways’ recommended for new housing estates for the first time Swifts and other wildlife to coexist with new homes during building Rules recommend ways developers can identify new habitat for wildlife Developers have been ordered to do more to protect Britain’s cherished wildlife, Communities Secretary Rt Hon James Brokenshire MP announced today (Sunday 21 […]

News Staff July 16, 2019

Services every 3 minutes Interchange to Birmingham airport in 6 minutes 2.3 kilometre long route from Interchange to Birmingham Airport Approximately 20 metre long vehicles Capable of carrying 2,100 passengers per hour in each direction Travel on a viaduct for entire route – 12 metres off the ground at its highest point HS2 today unveiled […]

News Staff July 12, 2019

Three revolutionary new tools will be rolled out to improve the capability of the Child Abuse Image Database (CAID), in a huge boost to bring child sexual abusers to justice and safeguard victims. The Home Secretary Sajid Javid has announced forces across the UK will have access to new tools, which will speed up investigations […]