24 September: Audit Wales has issued reports examining waiting lists, clinical coding and cost overruns incurred refurbishing a hospital in North Wales.
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22 September: The European Commission intends to embed strategic foresight into policymaking and to develop ‘resilience dashboards’ for key priorities. Will mainstreaming foresight deliver future-proof policies?
18 September: ICAEW welcomes a new government scheme that encourages the adoption of new technology in manufacturing.
17 September: European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen used her first set-piece ‘State of the European Union’ speech yesterday to outline her vision for the coming years and make several ambitious policy announcements. Susanna Di Feliciantonio, ICAEW Head of European Affairs, reviews the key points.
16 September: ICAEW has called on the government to focus on a ‘future jobs’ industrial strategy and securing a successful outcome to EU trade talks to help the UK recover from the economic effects of the pandemic.
7 September 2020: With autumn in the air, ICAEW Head of European Affairs Susanna Di Feliciantonio takes a closer look at some of the key items on the EU’s agenda for the rest of the year.
28 August: Since 2009, the UK has struggled with a slowdown in the progress of productivity. ICAEW Insights examines the causes of this ‘productivity puzzle’ and looks at how the government could tackle this in its COVID-19 rebuilding programme.
31 July: MPs on the BEIS Committee are reaching out to business leaders to hear their views on constraints around growth and opportunities to improve their productivity.
30 July 2020: ICAEW Head of European Affairs, Susanna Di Feliciantonio, takes a closer look at last week’s extraordinary EU summit
2 July 2020: English councils have warned that £6bn more funding may be needed to keep operating through the rest of the financial year.