Commenting on Budget 2015, delivered today (Wednesday) by Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne, John Longworth, Director General of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -The Budget unveiled today recognises both short-term electoral horizons and long-term economic needs.
Commenting on today's (March 18) Budget from the Chancellor of the Exchequer, David Thurkettle, President of Sheffield Chamber of Commerce and a director at the Sheffield office of professional services firm PwC, said: -The Budget felt like one of two halves recognising both short-term electoral horizons and long-term economic needs.
Join the Yellow Yorkshire campaign to support the Yorkshire Air Ambulance!! Encompassing all things yellow, we are looking for businesses, organisations and schools to get involved in this fantastic event and either wear something Yellow or organise a Yellow fundraising event on Friday 3rd July 2015.
The celebrations could be heard for miles around when local charity Sheffield Young Carers won the contract to deliver services to young carers earlier this month.
A month after the General Election the Bank of England's View of the Economy not to be missed! Will Holman, from the Bank of England's Agency for Yorkshire & the Humber, will be covering the Bank's latest forecasts for inflation and growth.
This week's landmark decision in the Dale Vince divorce case serves as a warning to local couples about the importance of seeking a clean break order, claims Taylor&Emmet LLP.
Sheffield Gallery Appoints Lawyers To Aid Capital Development Programme Site Gallery, Sheffield's leading contemporary art gallery, has appointed real estate and charity law specialists at Irwin Mitchell to help it as it takes the next step forward in its development.
A Sheffield-based prestige car dealership celebrated a major milestone by hosting a special event at their showroom on Meadowhall Road.