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European Commission Failing on Anti-Semitism

8th November 2013 13:13

A survey of discrimination and hate crimes against Jewish people in Europe, released to mark the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht, suggests that anti-semitism is on the rise, with three-quarters of those polled reporting an increase over the last five years.… Read more...

Market Research Poll: MPs Right to Reject Syria Military Action

3rd September 2013 11:24

In a recent market research study by ICM Research, almost three quarters (71%) of people believe MPs were right to reject UK military action in Syria. The poll also suggested that, among respondents, seven tenths (72%) did not think the move would damage… Read more...

Survey Finds UK Firms Positive about Economy but Sceptical about Government

1st August 2013 15:09

Central Government Market Research has discovered that according to many leaders of FTSE 100 firms, the UK’s political class is cumbersome and is hindering progress when it comes to the nation's businesses. Conducted by executive search and talent… Read more...

Market Research Discovers Londoners' Trust in the Metropolitan Police Damaged

5th July 2013 12:06

A BBC London survey shows that two in five Londoners are less likely to trust the Metropolitan Police (The Met) following claims that undercover officers spied on the family of Stephen Lawrence – who was murdered in a racist attack in 1993. In the ComRes… Read more...

New Market Research Reveals Fastest UK Service Sector Growth for Two Years

3rd July 2013 13:16

Activity in the UK’s service industry, which amounts for three quarters (75%) of the economy, has soared by the greatest amount for more than two years.  Data from Markit and the Charted Institute of Purchasing and Supply recorded growth in the… Read more...

Research In To Apprenticeships Suggests Solution to Future Skills Shortages

25th April 2013 10:41

Following concerns over skills shortages forecast for the UK in coming 10-20 years, research carried out by learndirect and the Cranfield School of Management implies that apprenticeships are essential to help build a sustainable workforce and get more people… Read more...

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