Key findings from The Northern Ireland Composite Economic Index, a quarterly measure of the performance of the Northern Ireland economy based on available official statistics.
Oh how we could do with an independent and critical thinker in the British cabinet just now. Even one would help.
The NI Civil Service have published an Outcomes Delivery Plan for 2018–19 which will provide temporary cover for the implementation of the 2016–21 Programme for Government in the absence of a working Executive
Gambling addiction is an issue that for too long has been brushed under the carpet, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake.
Whether its people, organisations or businesses, reproach and retribution through the courts should be measured and considered.
Analysis of the Spring Statement as released by the Chancellor today. *Please note, the statement covers matters which are not currently devolved to NI.
• Additional £25 million to be raised through rates (domestic and non–domestic) • Increases/continuity for health and Education funding • £410m of DUP–Con confidence and supply deal to be released • This is a 1 year budget
Last week represented another very eventful week in the Brexit process with Theresa May setting out her vision for the ongoing Brexit process at the Mansion House in London.
Some crises are anticipated, others unlikely, and some are simply impossible to foresee.