The UK is in uncharted waters and we need the new Prime Minister to focus on the right areas to bring a bit more stability and direction back, and not get drawn into potential new elections and referendums.
57% increase in reports of hate crime since the EU referendum Religious literacy could help professional and community leaders tackle societal issues A unique new course is set to better understand and combat religious mistrust and stereotyping Understanding the complex relationship between race, religion and social factors could play a part in shaping how leaders tackle the rise in incidents of racial harassment, according to academics at the University of Sheffield.
Family lawyers from Irwin Mitchell Private Wealth say figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) showing a rise in the number of co-habiting couples highlights the need for couple who live together to set up a co-habiting agreement.
Sheffield Hallam University's SHU Racing team have unveiled their 2016 car before they compete in the annual Formula Student race at the home of British motor racing, Silverstone.
Commenting on yesterdays interest rate decision by the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee, Mike Spicer, Director of Research and Economics at the BCC, said: -The Bank of England's decision to keep interest rates and QE on hold this month will surprise many, but this may be more a question of timing than policy direction, as the MPC minutes make clear.
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) is delighted to announce the appointment of Francis Martin as its new President, succeeding Nora Senior who stands down after three years in post.
Businesses across the Sheffield City Region (SCR) are calling for stability, clarity and action from Government as the UK navigates its withdrawal from Europe.