Our ‘legal doctor’ Robert Botkai discusses the call to have plain-clothes police officers in licensed premises to help protect women
Back in 1991, when BOSS was established, driving off from the pump without paying dominated forecourt crime.
Jac Roper looks at how a newspaper voucher returns envelope problem gets resolved; plus advice on how to deal with a smelly smoker
Mark Griffiths, head of business development, Adler and Allan, supplier of environmental risk services, explains the maintenance impact of E10, and how the grade changes could affect your wider site operation.
There’s good news and bad news when it comes to Mother’s Day, which this year falls on Sunday March 14.
Naturally, the business and financial news in most of the media has continued to be dominated by Covid.
As Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s pandemic Budget edges closer (March 3) there is considerable debate over how the government will proceed with its mantra to ‘build back better and greener’.
In November, the UK government announced it will ban the sale of petrol and diesel cars from 2030 as part of its 10-point plan for a green ‘industrial revolution’.
Some of you may have heard of the Netflix series ‘Orange is the New Black’, the title of which plays on the fact that the drama is set in a women’s prison in the US, where all the inmates wear bright orange jumpsuits.