UK immigration has increased rapidly during the last 20 years, but that’s changing now, and it can have a dramatic impact on British businesses.
SME costs could increase by £6.8bn as inflation is forecast to rise by 2.7 per cent this year, our February 2017 economic statistics roundup unveiled.
This week saw the news that Fabric, one of London’s most well-known nightclubs, is to be closed down. Is this yet another case of London gentrification?
Imagine you have five employees. All of them are doing exactly the same job and yet you are legally required to pay a higher salary to one of them. What sounds odd may soon become reality.
A survey has found that the vast majority of Scottish firms want to stay in the EU and are unlikely to change opinions before a referendum.
Any further changes to curb migration will have a damaging and destabilising effect on a company's ability to recruit skilled labour, argues Kathryn Bradbury.
The issue over EU migration is now taking on worrying diplomatic overtones. And the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, has warned that the UK is dangerously close to crossing the point of no return.
The Home Office has announced that it is tightening the rules on those applying for Tier 1 Entrepreneur Visas after discovering a scam operated by organised gangs.
Research today shows that just half of the public supports Government efforts to attract migrant entrepreneurs to the UK.
The UK Government must introduce 'exceptional talent' visas to ensure London's status as Europe's tech capital, according to Colliers International's latest report 'Media and Technology IQ'.