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New report reveals how Infrastructure defines our Climate

Infrastructure is responsible for 79 per cent of all greenhouse gas emissions, and 88 per cent of all adaptation costs.

The Dirty Truth: 1 In Every 4 Of Us Is Using Expired Makeup

Oxbridge, a distance learning college, polled over 500 individuals in the UK to learn about their makeup, brushes, and sponges cleaning and usage habits

Businesses offered free property flood resilience advice during Preparedness Month

Property Flood Resilience (PFR) measures, has published the e-book to provide free support to businesses and help them plan, prepare and take action.

Small Business Owners have been put off taking orders from EU Customers

From the 1st july 2021 the European Union (EU) introduced new rules on how VAT is accounted for on cross-border trade.

80% of Brits Won’t Have Enough Equity To Afford Later Life

Research, conducted following the worst of the financial impact of the pandemic, has revealed shocking statistics around Brits’ understanding of the planning required for later life.

Competing for the lowest price is the worst decision you can make during times of Crisis

Businesses wanting to compete in an ever-changing market should focus on their image rather than their price, according to new research from Nyenrode Business University.

Brits make a welcome discovery about their healthcare rights in Spain and the rest of the EU

Research findings published today by A Place in the Sun, in partnership with the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) show that British people buying a holiday home or making a permanent move to Spain are unnecessarily pessimistic when it comes to healthcare rights post Brexit.

Millions of Brits are in denial of Hearing Loss

Survey uncovers denial of hearing loss which has frustrating consequences for family, friends and colleagues.

Women optimistic that more new flexible jobs could open up work options

Seventy-three per cent of working mums are optimistic that Covid-19 will mean more flexible jobs being advertised
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