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sanitary products featured
13
Mar

Spring Statement: Free sanitary products to be available in schools from September

The government has announced that free sanitary products will be made available in schools from September. In a bid to tackle period poverty, Chancellor Philip Hammond made the announcement in his Spring Statement. The news comes as concerns rise over warnings of girls missing school or resorting to desperate measures during their periods. Speaking about...
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Brexit
01
Mar

Brexit from the perspective of the migrant or national

With only around two months until the planned date of Brexit, and in light of the recent rejection of the EU Withdrawal Agreement by the House of Commons, contemplating a move to the UK for work as a foreign professional might seem daunting. In part, this is because so much remains unresolved: Will there be...
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Siddharth Shankar CEO featured
22
Nov

‘Brexit attracted me to Britain’ | Siddharth Shankar

Siddharth Shankar is the CEO of innovative company Tails Trading, which enables British SMEs to successfully export their goods to the Asian market. Tails Trading is currently partnering with around 250 British SMEs to market and sell their brands in the growing pan-Asian market, covering a wide range of products including luxury goods, technology and...
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people coming of a flight, business travel featured
14
Nov

Brexit and Relocations – what are your rights if your employer announces your job is relocating abroad?

Since the referendum to leave the European Union, in June 2016, many companies immediately began putting in place contingency plans to ensure their post-Brexit survival. Over two years down the line, there is still much uncertainly surrounding the details of our departure. As things stand, we are scheduled to leave the EU on Friday, 29...
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Brexit- A Girl’s Best Friend (F)
07
Sep

Planning for post-Brexit Britain presents opportunities for all

Two years on from the Brexit vote, Britain’s businesses are still wrestling with how to manage their workforce when faced with the possibility of changes to employment regulations. A recent report estimated the vote to date has cost the UK between £20bn-£40bn and large international companies have expressed concerns about the impact of new trade...
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Brexit
04
May

Brexit: How will it impact my online business?

Almost two years ago, when the outcome of the Brexit referendum was announced, any thoughts I’d had previously on how a ‘leave’ vote might impact me and my family personally began to pale into insignificance compared to how it would affect my professional life. After spending years ploughing every ounce of energy, time and money...
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Brexit
25
Jan

Brexit is one of the greatest threats to women’s rights, researchers warn

Brexit is one of the greatest threats to women’s rights, according to a new study. The study, conducted by the Journal of Social Policy and Society, found that gender equality in the UK is potentially at risk following the country’s withdrawal from the European Union, as business interests have historically taken precedence over women’s rights...
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08
Nov

Sadiq Khan & Naomi Campbell: “Brexit could lead to a talent drain in Britain”

In an interview for British Vogue, Sadiq Khan and Naomi Campbell both expressed concerns that Brexit could lead to a ‘talent drain’. The supermodel interviewed Mayor of London Sadiq Khan for the December issue of British Vogue, the first to be edited by Edward Enninful. In the candid interview, the pair, who were both born in...
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