Two thirds of teachers think climate change education 'not meaningful'
Two thirds of teachers say education about climate change is not embedded in their school's curriculum in a meaningful way, a survey suggested, as the first student-led Bill on the issue has its second reading in the Commons
Merkle Unveils 2022 Imperatives to Address Customer Experience in a New Age
The executive guide is designed to help brands identify the key strategic considerations that will shape the year ahead and provide business leaders with actionable insights to create competitive advantage through marketing.
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Data on how organizations operate can inform how they make decisions across the board, no matter their size.
Scotland to relax strict work-from-home guidance from Monday
Scottish office workers will be allowed to return to their desks from Monday 31 January after Nicola Sturgeon lifted strict guidance urging non-essential staff to work from home.
National insurance hike not necessary or justified, says former Brexit chief
The Prime Minister's former Brexit chief has joined the growing number of senior Conservatives to call for the planned national insurance hike to be scrapped.
Boris Johnson refuses to guarantee National Insurance hike will go ahead
Boris Johnson today refused to guarantee that the government's planned National Insurance hike will go ahead in April, fuelling speculation that he may cave in to pressure from his own MPs to ditch the tax rise.
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Over the past two years, we've witnessed digital players entering vertical markets at an astonishing rate, introducing radically new offers, disrupting the ways in which businesses interact with customers, and raising the bar for simplicity and personalization.
Microsoft RDP vulnerability makes it a breeze for attackers to become men-in-the-middle
The Microsoft RDP vulnerability is a serious problem, but with a few caveats: It's been patched, and experts say it may be less likely to happen than it seems at first glance.
Expanding national parks not enough to protect nature, say scientists
Expanding national parks and protected areas will not be enough to halt the destruction of nature, warn leading scientists, who say urgent action on overconsumption, harmful subsidies and the climate crisis is also required to halt biodiversity loss.