At the Connected Britain conference in Grange St. Pauls, digital minister Matt Hancock recommitted to the already-established broadband and mobile networking policy.
Theresa May has made a number of changes to her cabinet, but kept on Greg Clark as secretary of state at the Department for Business Energy and Industrial Strategy.
As the dust settles on one of the most eventual general elections in recent times, Charlie Mullins believes the verdict was a result of forgetting there were so many Brexit remainers.
Star fund manager Neil Woodford has called for Britain to not overreact in response to the 2017 general election results, instead suggesting “not a lot has changed” economically.
As Paul Goodman, chairman of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers, told Real Business: “A hung Parliament was the last thing the UK needed, but that’s exactly what it got” – and it’s caused uncertainty around tax policies.
It’s happened again, Britain has a hung parliament. Small business expert Carl Reader explains what the result of this general election might be for SMEs.
As a British general election throws up a hung parliament situation for the second time in three votes, SME leaders feel their business issues will now slip down the pecking order.
Real Business unveils what the three main parties had to say about changing the broadband landscape – and why their plans won’t meet expectations.
For the second time in two years the British are going to the polls. Our live general election insights feed provides business leaders all the info needed.
Businessman Alan Sugar has taken to Twitter ahead of the 8 June general election to criticise Labour and Jeremy Corbyn alongside showcasing his annual tax bill.
With only a few days to go until our country takes to the polling booths for a general election vote, it’s more crucial than ever for people to elect a party that has our best interests at heart.
The manifestos British political parties publish ahead of a vote are pretty long these days, so Real Business has summarised the general election business commitments.