A roundtable strategy meet of Non-Bank Points of Presence (POPs) was held here day before yesterday to discuss NPS penetration in private sector. In his keynote address, Shri R. V. Verma, WTM (F) deliberated on the critical role of the POPs in the NPS architecture in soliciting and offering NPS to the individuals. He further said that POPs can play a vital role in on-boarding corporates in the NPS system and facilitating private sector employees in opting for NPS.
The company traded from November 2010 to September 2012 yet an extensive investigation by the Insolvency Service after the company had gone into liquidation, revealed over £1.3 million cash had been withdrawn from the company bank account between February 2011 and September 2012 without any supporting documents. At liquidation in January 2013, the recorded deficiency was just under £26,000 of which £23,500 was stated as being owed to trade creditors.
UK Trade and Investment (UKTI), the government department that supports UK-based exporters, has signed agreements with 5 top Chinese e-marketplaces, estimated to be worth £1 billion to UK companies over the next 3 years.
Sections of the embankment which had eroded were repaired to maintain the strength and integrity of the bank for the future.
It’s an example of the work that the Agency carries out along the 1,200 kilometers of river it’s responsible for in Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire.
The managed service, which launched just 4 months ago, has already identified £2.5 million that is due to be returned to customers, through the analysis of data and invoices to identify overpayments and duplicate payments. £1 million of this has already been returned and £1.5 million is currently being recovered.
Business Minister Anna Soubry will today (22 October 2015) announce the 23 winners of a £47 million joint government and industry funding competition, ‘Building UK’s leadership in aerospace technology’ at the Aerodays event in London.
Prime Minister David Cameron and Chinese President Xi Jinping today (21 October 2015) witnessed the signing of billions of pounds in business deals, further strengthening UK-China relations.
The deals, which were completed at a UK-China Business Summit at Mansion House this afternoon, included:
The call is part of Lord Carter’s review into how savings can be made by the NHS,which aims to help local NHS chief executives make their hospitals safer and more efficient at the same time.
More than £2 billion of healthcare trade deals and collaborations have been signed between Chinese and UK companies, universities and organisations during President Xi Jinping’s state visit to Britain.
Close collaboration between the China Britain Business Council (CBBC) and Alibaba, China’s most popular ecommerce website, has resulted in the removal of more than £8 million worth of counterfeit versions of UK products.
Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust – which provides services for approximately 1.2 million people in Birmingham, Solihull, Sutton Coldfield and South Staffordshire - has been subject to regulatory action in the past to fix problems with its performance and management.
Monitor and the Care Quality Commission have agreed that Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust needs a close tie-up with a long-term partner trust to enable them to deliver long-lasting improvements for patients. The trust, which has been in special measures for two years, was rated inadequate in a recent CQC inspection.
Philip Dunne addressed VIP guests from the Ministry of Defence (MOD), theDECA Board and industry at the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) exhibtion, saying:
Work to improve journeys by carrying out structure maintenance will start this week. The northbound entry slip road will be closed overnight, between 10pm and 5.30am, from Thursday 22 October for 2 nights.
Parents concerned that their 16 and 17 year old children are at risk of travelling abroad under the influence of extremists will be able to apply to have their passports removed, the Prime Minister has announced as he launches the government’s new Counter-Extremism Strategy.
Exercise Dragon has brought together armed forces from several NATO allies to practice and test multinational, joint combined arms manoeuvres at the Divisional level, and the UK’s contribution predominately involves the Army.
The state of the art 80,000 square metre building will store food, clothing, general and medical supplies and bring the military’s logistics, commodities and support services up to the standard of industry best practice.
The National Apprenticeship Awards, now in their 12th year, celebrate the success of the country’s most exceptional apprentices and apprenticeship employers. The awards challenge top apprenticeship employers and apprentices across England to come forward and show how apprenticeships have made a real difference to their organisation and careers.
One of Rembrandt’s greatest late portraits is at risk of being exported from the UK unless a buyer can be found to match the asking price of £35 million.
The bill has been introduced into the House of Lords and will ensure the Bank of England is well equipped to fulfil its vital role of overseeing monetary policy and financial stability, a key part in the government’s long term plan to build a resilient economy.
The government is to look into ways supermarket price comparisons can be made simpler for shoppers, Consumer Minister Nick Boles announced today (15 October 2015).
Mr Edward Ritson made six complaints alleging that the NUT breached its rules in relation to the nomination procedure followed by its Sefton Branch for local officers and committee. Following a settlement between the parties, Mr Ritson withdrew his complaints, which were dismissed by the Certification Officer upon withdrawal.
The number of private sector businesses in the UK has hit 5.4 million – a new record – according to official figures published today (14 October 2015).
Ms Villiers said: