South East Business
Fears over provision of apprentice placements as adult skills training budgets face major cuts
Despite record numbers enrolling to National Apprenticeship Service placements, budgets are facing big cuts from 2016.
Banking bonuses show a lack of restraint in era of austerity
Barclays has become the latest bank to confirm its continuing culture of bonuses, amid concerns over the thousands of job losses within the company
Jobs market improving for graduates, but concerns remain over levels of youth unemployment
Latest studies point to greater graduate recruitment opportunities in 2014, despite continuing high youth unemployment in some South East areas continuing to impact on the economy.
David Cameron says banks must lend more, but will this actually happen?
Should London's major banks be lending more to regional SME firms? It's a question that is not going away in a hurry...
Expansion East Kent fund is making huge strides for supporting SME firms
With more than £20 million delivered through the Regional Growth Fund's Expansion East Kent scheme, there is still £15 million to be claimed within the county.
M25 extended upgrades are costing the region’s economy
With 200,000 motorists using the M25 each day, major year-long roadworks are costing businesses significantly in lost working time
Prime Minister David Cameron visits Yalding Kent flood site, but greater action is needed
Firms across the South East could be facing a total bill of £100 million as a result of flood damage and lost trade
Lending an ear to the next generation
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Fair treatment for fathers could end ‘motherhood penalty’
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Encouraging signs at Kent B2B
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