Civil service HR faces up to cut backs
- More homelessness expected due to cuts. // Community Practitioner;Apr2011, Vol. 84 Issue 4, p7
The article reports that Dave Munday of Unite/Community Practitioners and Health Visitors Association (CPHVA) predicts more homeless people due to the 938, 000 16- to 24-year-olds who were not in education, employment, or training (NEET) in England in December 2010. Munday notes that the...
- This was an ordinary Budget for extraordinary times. // New Statesman;3/26/2012, Vol. 141 Issue 5098, p4
The editorial argues that the budget proposed by Great Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne is inadequate to address the country's economic challenges. It notes the country's weak recovery from the 2008-2009 recession and the failure of similar budget plans in 2010 and 2011 to...
- Budget 2015 #2: Key points. // Wholesale News;Mar2015, Issue 3, p1
The article discusses the Great Britain's key Budget 2015 pledges, which may affect wholesalers and their business. Topics include decline in jobless rate and inflation in 2015, no changes in tobacco taxes alongwith increase in tobacco duties; and increase in transferable tax allowance for...
- The axe will have to fall -- and we'll do better if it's held firmly. Gummer, John // Estates Gazette;3/27/2010, Issue 1012, p52
The author calls on the British government to create a real budget because, he says, the budget for the last week of March 2010 was a measure to keep speculators at bay prior to the May 6 national elections. He says that the government, along with the opposition, should inform the public and...
- BUDGET 2011: Boon for Reits investors. // Design Week (Online Edition);3/24/2011, p2410
The article offers information on the march of the makers neutral Budget of Great Britain. According to the Chancellor George Osborne, the budget will help to kickstart the small businesses and reduce unemployment. It informs that the budget will also help real estate investment trusts (Reits)...
- Untitled. // Computer Weekly;3/29/2011, Issue 13, p13
The article discusses the journal's reports related to the 2011 budget in Great Britain, its impact on the information technology (IT) industry, and spending cuts.
- New Â£1 coin to cost Â£50m. // Auto Express;3/26/2014, Issue 1312, p14
The article reports on announcement of a new 12-sided 1 pound coin in the budget 2014 in Great Britain.
- PBR rise won't apply to Serps. Pow, Helen // Money Marketing;12/17/2009, p5
The article reports on the rise of the pre-budget report (PBR) which will not apply to the state earnings related pensions (Serps) in Great Britain.
- Damage limitation. // Money Marketing;1/14/2010, p24
In this article the author discusses the damages caused by the 2009 budget and pre-budget changes to the pension system in Great Britain.