On the 29th July 2017, the third annual Barry Sleney Memorial Football Tournament will be held at Goodwin Sports Centre in Sheffield.
Report conducted by researchers at the University of Sheffield shows alcohol consumption will cause the equivalent of 35 deaths a day Between 2017 and 2022 the total cost to the NHS of alcohol-related illness and deaths will be £17 billion Study shows introduction of minimum unit pricing for alcohol could significantly reduce the burden Alcohol consumption will cause 63,000 deaths in England over the next five years the equivalent of 35 deaths a day according to a new report from the University of Sheffield Alcohol Research Group.
Thousands of people affected by Parkinson's are struggling with financial losses of more than £16,000 every year, according to new research published today by Sheffield Hallam University and charity Parkinson's UK.
Commenting on the Supreme Court ruling on Employment Tribunal fees, Mike Spicer, Director of Research at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -A fair tribunal system must provide access to justice for all, while at the same time discouraging unmeritorious claims.
Commenting on the Home Secretary's decision to ask the independent Migration Advisory Committee to evaluate the present and future impacts of migration on the UK economy, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce, said: -We welcome the Home Secretary's decision to commission rigorous and independent analysis to inform the shape of our future immigration system.
Commenting on the first estimate of GDP for Q2 2017, published today by the ONS, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -While GDP growth in Q2 was a slight improvement on the previous quarter, it was still less than half the pace of growth recorded at the end of 2016, and provides further evidence that the UK economy is treading water.
Running one of the country's leading wildlife parks and dealing with the many daily challenges this entails will form the focus of an enlightening talk by Cheryl Williams who will explain how the award winning visitor attraction, which was established just eight years ago, has grown to attract over 750,000 visitors annually and the exciting plans to increase the size of the park, which have just been published, which could double the staff to 600.
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