Politics students from Sheffield Hallam University have taken the opportunity to question former Deputy Prime Minster Nick Clegg on his time in Government, Brexit and the future of politics.
The chief executive of the organisation which runs some of Sheffield's key leisure, wellbeing and entertainment venues has announced his retirement after more than 21 years at the helm.
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As the Chamber Network gathers in Westminster for the BCC Annual Conference, the British Chambers of Commerce has today (Tuesday) published a business blueprint for the UK government ahead of the upcoming Brexit negotiations.
Sheffield City Region is set to partner the world's largest aerospace company, Boeing, in a multi-million pound investment, bringing new jobs and providing the region's businesses with new supply chain opportunities, subject to contract agreement.
Local businesses are being urged to tell Government what they think of its recently-launched Industrial Strategy and other issues that affect them day to day and win free flights to Paris.
Boeing has announced that it plans to open a new £20m production facility in Sheffield to manufacture high-tech components for it's next-generation aircraft.
An award winning Sheffield Hallam University scheme that develops students' skills through projects with local businesses and charity organisations has contributed an estimated £1.
Boeing Sheffield will be first Boeing manufacturing facility in Europe New multi-million-pound production facility will be built alongside the University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre with Boeing (AMRC) Boeing to initiate a major research and development programme with the AMRC to develop new manufacturing techniques that can be applied in the Boeing Sheffield facility The University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre's (AMRC) co-founder Boeing is to open a brand new manufacturing facility alongside the AMRC in Sheffield.