HAYS. , Hook Your new company Is a household name brand from the Telecommunications Sector - they have been operating as a Thick MVNO since 2016. Your new role Our client requires a... Salary: $salary. Date posted: 19/09/2019
Via Adzuna. , Basingstoke We have an exciting opportunity available for a Senior Project Manager to join our client's fast-growing company in Basingstoke, Hampshire.The RoleOur client designs, manufactures, installs and maintains a range of... Salary: $salary. Date posted: 19/09/2019
LONDON (Reuters) - The Bank of England said Brexit uncertainty and slower world economic growth were increasingly causing Britain’s economy to perform below its potential, and that a failure to reach a deal to leave the European Union by Oct. 31 would worsen the problem. All nine members of the BoE’s Monetary Policy Committee voted to keep rates on hold at 0.75% and reiterated their warnings that a no-deal Brexit risked hitting sterling and damaging growth. But their policy minutes for the first time gave an explicit warning about the impact of a further Brexit delay, saying “entrenched uncertainty” about the terms on which Britain would leave the EU would also cause harm, albeit on a smaller scale. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has vowed to take Britain out of the EU by Oct. 31, without a transition deal if necessary. But parliament has ordered him to delay departure if he cannot broker a fresh agreement with the EU that parliament also backs. “Political events could lead to a furt..
Via Adzuna. , London Desktop Support Analyst - London - 3 Month Contract - £180 daily rate Do you have at least 3 years' experience working in IT in a busy retail environment? Role... Salary: $salary. Date posted: 18/09/2019
Via Adzuna. , Central London My client is a major force in the UK's adult education sector. Working across the country they seek to raise aspirations and develop educational opportunities for the most disadvantaged. With... Salary: $salary. Date posted: 18/09/2019
Via Adzuna. , Burton-On-Trent - Finance Analyst - PMO - £12 - £14.80 per hour (£25k - £30k)- 3 month contract starting ASAP- Role based in Burton-on-TrentWorking for a global FMCG company we are... Salary: $salary. Date posted: 18/09/2019
(Reuters) - Britons would prefer Liberal Democrats over the Labour Party in a potential general election, according to a new YouGov poll for The Times newspaper. The poll puts the Liberal Democrats’ support at 23%, up four points from last week, and the Labour Party at 21%, two points down. The Conservative Party is at 32%, unchanged from a week ago, the poll showed. It is the first time the Labour Party has been in third place since July. Half of those who backed Labour in the 2017 election are sticking with the party, with a quarter going to the Liberal Democrats and 9% backing Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party, according to the poll.
Via Adzuna. , London (Central) About Ashurst: Ashurst is a leading global law firm with a history spanning almost 200 years, and clear strategy for our future growth. Our in-depth understanding of our clients and... Salary: $salary. Date posted: 18/09/2019
Via Adzuna. , London One of a kind opportunity to work with a growing but established pet food retailer based in central London. We are looking for a switched on and passionate Resource /... Salary: $salary. Date posted: 18/09/2019
LONDON (Reuters) - Consumer prices in Britain rose last month at the slowest rate since December 2016, a pre-Brexit boost to the spending power of households who are also seeing the fastest wage growth in 11 years. Prices of goods and services paid by consumers rose at an annual rate of 1.7% in August after a 2.1% increase in July, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said on Wednesday. A Reuters poll of economists had pointed to a rate of 1.9%. Separate ONS figures showed British house prices rose in July by just 0.7% in annual terms, the smallest rise since 2012, as weakness in the London market spread to other parts of England. Overall, the fall in inflation should boost households whose spending has fuelled the economy while businesses cut investment ahead of the Oct. 31 deadline for leaving the European Union. The drop came despite a sharp fall in the value of sterling in August as the Brexit crisis escalated, although it took more than a year for inflation to peak after t..