At the Connected Britain conference in Grange St. Pauls, digital minister Matt Hancock recommitted to the already-established broadband and mobile networking policy.
Real Business unveils what the three main parties had to say about changing the broadband landscape and why their plans won’t meet expectations.
Charlie Mullins explains why Jeremy Corbyn’s bargain bucket of shoddy Labour policies will impact the business community badly.
It is hard to conceive of a bigger nightmare for British business than the confirmation of the content leaked in the Labour manifesto, an ode to doom.
After the general election determines the next government, emphasis will need to be placed on stabilising London’s economic foundations so it can meet the demands of a growing population and remain competitive in the process.
As the race to become the next London mayor enters its final 100 days, Conservative candidate Zac Goldsmith has revealed what he calls his “blueprint for London business”.
Two key areas of the Conservatives manifesto, focusing on tax, were reinforced in the Queen's speech during the state opening of parliament.
The next UK government should introduce a code of conduct for retailers and suppliers and rethink business rates for small firms, the Forum of Private Business has said.
In one of the opening salvos to May's general election, the Labour Party lifted the lid on its business manifesto – detailing how it will go about supporting "productive, growing and profitable firms" if it is elected to government.
The coalition government has placed business at the heart of many recent policy changes and introductions, but are the voices of senior business women and professionals being heard
UKIP’s provided the most exciting political story of the last few years. Its meteoric rise in popularity led to winning the European Union election and electing its first MP, and there’s a slim change the party could help form a coalition next year; but what do we know about its plans for businesses Will it do anything to boost entrepreneurialism and help SMEs