Site menu ☰
For any other query click here
Find out what our customers have to say about our service.
The haemorrhaging of jobs in the public sector will see 2.85 million people officially unemployed in 2012 as 120,000 more employees will be put out of work, according to a report.
continue reading »
Hundreds of jobs will be lost before Christmas as shoe shop chain Barratts Priceless has gone into administration.
The perception that pedigree dogs are healthy, quality animals is mistaken, and is leading people to buy puppies that are prone to health and welfare issues.
An animal welfare charity has revealed some of the strangest requests for help that they had received in the past 12 months.
One in three companies want money from the state to help pay for new staff, according to a survey.
UK managers have expressed their fears about the economic outlook for next year in a survey by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI).
Tougher jail sentences could be handed to people with dangerous dogs that cannot be controlled, under new proposals from the Sentencing Council.
The Government has announced plans to close 39 Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) offices, which could threaten over 1,200 jobs.
Travel company Thomas Cook is continuing its pledge to offload assets worth £200 million by selling a stake in five hotels and a golf club in Spain.
Thousands of HM Revenue and Customs workers will go on strike on Tuesday in disputes over jobs, changes to sick leave and the privatisation of services.
A downturn in sales has been cited as the reason for a components and circuit breaker firm having to shed 75 jobs before Christmas.
Continued tightening of the purse strings by central government will result in further compulsory redundancies in local councils, a report claims.
Kraft Foods is to cut 200 jobs under plans which include £50 million investment in its chocolate and biscuit manufacturing, the firm has said.
Dognapping, including high profile cases, has risen by nearly half, with a third of lost or missing dogs being stolen, a helpline has revealed.
Tata Steel has announced the closure of its hot strip mill in Llanwern, Newport.
Services company Carillion has warned 4,500 staff that their jobs are at risk following plans to halve subsidies on solar power.
helpucover © 2010 Pinnacle Insurance plc. helpucover is a trading style of Pinnacle Insurance plc. Registered in England and Wales. Number: 1007798. Registered Office: Pinnacle House, A1 Barnet Way, Borehamwood, HertfordshireWD6 2XX. A BNP Paribas company.