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.
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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.
1 July 2020: One of the legacies of the COVID-19 crisis could be a stronger push towards e-government around the world. Estonia is a case in point.
26 June 2020: MEPs vote to take a stronger stance on tax fraud, evasion and avoidance.
25 June 2020: The different legislative approaches employed around the world to eradicate modern slavery.
25 June 2020: The London Metal Exchange (LME) has responded to market demand for the ethical and environmentally responsible sourcing of metal. We find out how.
25 June 2020: With the COVID-19 pandemic potentially increasing the prevalence of modern slavery and human trafficking, now is the time to strengthen requirements.
25 June 2020: Trade worldwide has been pummelled as a result of COVID-19. But it is not all bad – 'build back better' is high on governmental agendas.
25 June 2020: Institute for Fiscal Studies report looks at the strengths and weaknesses of local government finances in the context of the coronavirus pandemic.