Commenting on the public sector finances for December 2016, released today by the Office for National Statistics, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -The continued, albeit modest, monthly declines in public sector borrowing are encouraging and mean that the government remains on course to meet the OBR's forecast for 2016/17, as set out in the Autumn Statement.
Here John Wyn-Evans, Head of Investment Strategy at Investec Wealth & Investment, which has offices in Sheffield and Leeds, looks at key trends for investors to look out for in the year ahead.
Commenting on the judgment of the Supreme Court on the triggering of Article 50, Dr Adam Marshall, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: "The practical impact of this ruling, not the political intricacies, is what interests business communities across the UK.
The effective treatment of alcohol and drug addiction must include access to residential treatment centres, according to a new review.
hlw Keeble Hawson is hosting a morning workshop in Leeds on February 14 to advise charity board trustees on good governance.
Women and men across South Yorkshire are being encouraged to try out a new golf programme to help improve their fitness, skills and general well-being.
Students to develop low-cost telescope to observe the sun Telescope will be lifted 30-40km above earth's surface by a helium balloon Data collected could help us develop defences against solar flares Students from the University of Sheffield have won a prestigious international competition to develop a low-cost telescope to be lifted into space by a helium balloon to observe the Sun.
University of Sheffield recognised as a top employer for workplace equality by a leading LGBT charity Stonewall ranks University in Workplace Equality Index 2017 for a fourth year running Sheffield praised for commitment to workplace equality The University of Sheffield has been recognised as one of the best employers in the UK for workplace equality for a fourth year in a row by a leading LGBT charity.