Finally, a few hours before the Maybot announced her resignation, we get confirmation from those who have worked with or known her in earlier times that, to put it plainly, she is just thick. Hats off to Camilla Tominey in today’s Telegraph for at last getting some of Maybot’s associates to confess.
Real Business columnist The City Grump wonders why 200 MPs are still so willing to follow prime minister Theresa May after her numerous mishaps.
As the Brexit narrative becomes increasingly farcical, what politician should replace the ever-weakening Theresa May?
British politics has never been more newsworthy, but it’s about more than entertainment for SMEs, who should be keeping up with politics to prepare for the future.
Prime minister Theresa May has said we have no choice but to protect our EU facing trade from destruction other than to go along with continuing to be a rule taker from the Brussels superstructure. This is grade 1 nonsense, says Real Business columnist The City Grump.
Being a lifelong Conservative voter I naturally wanted to give prime minister Theresa May the benefit of the doubt. Sadly she has become a figure of derision both at home and abroad. The description of her as naturally robotic, hence “The Maybot?, is all too appropriate.
Magnus Jern, chief innovation officer at DMI, takes a look at the opportunities AI could afford businesses. He notes, however, that recognising potential issues with the technology is also key.
When the starter’s pistol was fired for our exit from the European Union on 23 June 2016, there was an expectation that the country would hit the ground running and race towards the independence just over half of Britain were so desperate to have.
While sexual harassment in the workplace is often considered an uncomfortable topic, the Harvey Weinstein case has seen more people raise their voice in outrage. It’s for this reason former defence secretary Michael Fallon no longer has a place at the prime minister’s side.
October 2017 marks 30 years of Black History Month in the UK, but where do those of black heritage fit in with British culture and business?
What prime minister Theresa May promised in her manifesto regarding corporate governance and excessive executive pay has fallen flat according to many.
When your company grows, so too do your legal obligations. For example, if you foresee your business making an annual turnover of £36m, then you’ll need to start crafting a modern slavery statement. But did you know it should still be on your radar no matter your size