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August 2019 articles

Should the state pension age increase from 68 to 75 by 2035?
Should the state pension age increase from 68 to 75 by 2035?
Should the state pension age increase from 68 to 75 by 2035, as proposed by the Centre for Social Justice? [...]
August 22, 2019
Learn stand-up comedy to stand out in the office
Learn stand-up comedy to stand out in the office
For years, I have been phobic of public speaking. To be honest, the speaking didn’t even have to be that [...]
August 22, 2019
How the offices of tomorrow can prepare for climate change
How the offices of tomorrow can prepare for climate change
Until relatively recently, climate change was spoken about as an abstraction. We knew it was a serious problem, but most [...]
August 22, 2019
Boris and Priti don’t quite grasp how complicated ‘ending free movement’ will be
Boris and Priti don’t quite grasp how complicated ‘ending free movement’ will be
“Freedom of movement will end” if the UK leaves the EU without a deal on 31 October, according to the [...]
August 22, 2019
That’s the ticket: Fans deserve a market built on transparency
That’s the ticket: Fans deserve a market built on transparency
Imagine you’ve long wanted to see your favourite band live. Then one day, they announce a tour, with a date [...]
August 22, 2019
It makes sense to put the brakes on HS2
It makes sense to put the brakes on HS2
A policy may be considered well-balanced if it is attacked fiercely by two opposing extremes in the surrounding debate. Perhaps [...]
August 22, 2019
City Moves for 22 August – Who’s switching jobs at Blue Prism, Dixa and HSBC Global Asset Management?
City Moves for 22 August – Who’s switching jobs at Blue Prism, Dixa and HSBC Global Asset Management?
Today’s City Moves includes Blue Prism, Dixa and HSBC Global Asset Management. Blue Prism Robotic process automation firm Blue Prism [...]
August 22, 2019
Watchdog urges consumers to make PPI claims as deadline looms
Watchdog urges consumers to make PPI claims as deadline looms
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is urging consumers not to leave making PPI claims to the last minute ahead of [...]
August 22, 2019
London’s demand for emerging tech skills could create a North–South divide
London’s demand for emerging tech skills could create a North–South divide
London has more demand for those with emerging technology skills than ten other UK cities combined, new research has found.  [...]
August 22, 2019
Deutsche Bank clamps down on hiring amid €7.4bn restructuring
Deutsche Bank clamps down on hiring amid €7.4bn restructuring
Deutsche Bank is tightening its procedures for new hires as it undergoes a major restructuring and headcount reductions. According to [...]
August 21, 2019