We deeply regret the tragedy that involved Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. Our thoughts are with the passengers, crew, and all families and friends of the passengers and crew on board of flight MH17.
David Willetts talks to the New Statesman and tech experts about the practicalities of smart cities pointing out that while “technophiles” get very excited, their proliferation represents an increased risk from cyber attack.”
City & Guilds, in partnership with the New Statesman, brought industry and academia together and asked, what one thing would you do to close the skills gap by 2025?
From September 2014 the School of Politics and International Relations at Queen Mary University of London is planning to offer a unique, highly practical programme designed to provide a transition for recent graduates into the world of politics.
Unfortunately, it's a fact of life that people get injured every day in many different types of often avoidable accidents at work, home or in the course of going about their normal daily business. As you're probably aware, if you've suffered an injury in an accident which wasn't your fault, you can make a personal injury claim again any pain and suffering which was caused. You should also be able to claim for any expenses, such as loss of earnings or medical costs
A quick guide to appreciating wine and food
Dr Judith Lamie talks to the New Statesman about internationalisation at Regent’s University London
Even with the UK economy statistically in recovery, you can barely open a newspaper or watch a news bulletin without seeing a story about payday loans. It's a term that has entered our post-2008 lexicon, alongside 'triple-dip', 'food banks' and 'quantitative easing'.
For forty years, ABE (the Association of Business Executives) has been offering qualifications in business and management worldwide.