Much of the world is in recession fighting mode. They need to be so, because the advent of the corona virus and the severe responses to it by governments makes recession more likely without action.
The virus has hit international travel and tourism hard, has disrupted Chinese output, slashed the demand...Read More »
Researchers investigated changes in mental health after smoking cessation compared with continuing to smoke.
Focusing on the treatment and epidemiology of smoking in people with mental health problems, this study, published by BMJ, aims to contribute to:
- reducing smoking rates
- improving quit rates
- reducing health inequalities in people with mental...Read More »
- A wide range of foreign policy and national security experts, inside and outside Government, will be involved to ensure the UK is equipped to meet the global challenges of the future
- The report will seek new and innovative ways to promote our interests overseas while continuing to commit 2% of...Read More »
Today [25/02/2020] Secretary of State for Scotland, Alister Jack, will be joined by Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity, Michael Matheson, and regional partners at Forth Valley College campus in Stirling to seal their collective commitment to the £214m investment package.
The deal focuses on delivering national and international sustainability...Read More »