A great feature that Jobber has just made available straight from your mobile device is chemical tracking, allowing you to easily input information on the spot.…Continue
If you are a professional person buying aluminium phosphide such as Talunex and Phostoxin for the control of moles, rabbits or rats it is highly likely that you will be affected by the new…Continue
Early Met Office figures show this is set to be the driest September across the UK since records began in 1910, with exceptionally low rainfall for many parts of the country.
It is also likely to finish in the top five warmest, with UK mean temperatures significantly above the monthly average.
Using figures from 1-28 September, the UK as a whole has received 19.4mm of rain, which is just 20% of the normal amount of rainfall we'd expect for the month. Prior to this, the driest…Continue
The number of wild animals on Earth has halved in the past 40 years, according to a new analysis. Creatures across land, rivers and the seas are being decimated as humans kill them for food in unsustainable numbers, while polluting or destroying their habitats, the research by scientists at WWF and the Zoological Society of London found.
“If half the animals died in London zoo next week it would be front page news,” said Professor Ken Norris, ZSL’s director of science. “But that is…Continue
New employment rights are set to come into force from October 1, 2014, that allow staff the chance to take time off work to accompany a pregnant woman to an ante-natal appointment.
Government guidance explains how an employee who has a qualifying relationship with a pregnant woman or her expected child is able to take unpaid time off during working…Continue
British consumers face another three years of squeezed spending, an influential report suggests, amounting to a "lost decade" for households.
Annual wage growth is likely to remain well below the 4.5%-to-5% rises seen before the financial crisis struck in 2008, the EY Item Club survey says.
This will slow consumer spending growth over the next two years.
Median pay in real-terms is forecast to fall from £18,852 in 2008 to £17,827 by 2017, the survey suggests.