Business

Business in the United Kingdom

United Kingdom is notably the best business destination for many investors in the world. The GDP of United Kingdom stands at $ 2.47 trillion and grows at 5% per year (MIEPA, 2011 p 34). This region boasts of very stable political systems which do not practice any discrimination towards businesses and corporations. The number of […]

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Who Makes UK Economic Policy

Economic policy in the UK Is made by a number of bodies both at home and abroad. There are some actors who directly make economic policy- for example the chancellor, and there are thhose who just influence the making of economic policy- for example pressure groups. Some of these actors are domestic actors and some […]

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European Union and United Kingdom

Economic advantages and disadvantages to the UK of participation in the European single currency, Euro. Will British businesses be better or worse off if the country decides to participate? The Second World War which ended in1945 left a disastrous effect on Europe. Europe was greatly devastated politically and economically creating a divide among the people. […]

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The Changing Structure of the UK Brewing and Pub Retailing Industry

In the UK it had long been the tradition that breweries owned the majority of on-licensed premises as tied estates, where most pubs could only serve beers and products supplied by the brewery which owned them. Pubs existed mainly as outlets for breweries to sell their beer, over time this led to the growth of […]

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The Hillsborough stadium disaster

There have been several horrific stadium disasters over the years in the United Kingdom caused by inadequate security and crowd control, poor ground design, rioting and administrative incompetence by the authorities. This work will recount the Hillsborough stadium disaster in an endeavour to simultaneously depict the factors leading to the incident, the legal relationship among […]

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Development of Social Policy in the UK

The beginnings of social policy in the UK can be traced back to the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. In 1598 the first act of parliament was passed to help anyone considered poor. It decreed that house owners had to pay tax on their house (depending on size). This money was then given to churches […]

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To what extent can it be said that the Liberal Government

Since the end of World War II the United Kingdom has been increasingly referred to as a welfare state. This means the government of the day has a responsibility to eliminate the worst causes of poverty by imposing minimum standards of subsistence, medical care, education, housing and nutrition by the means of the social services, […]

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A Critique of the paper UK Auditors Attitudes to Effectiveness Auditing

This essay will begin with a discussion of research; Access, Ethics and Sampling. The second part of this essay will focus on a critique of the research paper ‘UK Auditors Attitudes to Effectiveness Auditing’ written by Maurice Pendlebury and Obeid Shreim. Research access specifically relates to the approach that the researcher carries out. Organisations may […]

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What if any is the relationship between ethnicity and social exclusion in the UK

Within this assignment I am going to be look at social exclusion in relation to ethnicity, I will start by defining what the terms ethnicity and social exclusion mean and then go on to talk about what social exclusion is and how it effects ethnic people in relation to housing, education and employment. What is […]

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ID cards

ID cards are used by many countries around the world but the UK is about to introduce one of the most ambitious schemes yet with a biometric card for all citizens that aim to tackle terrorism, illegal immigration, cut spending and other crimes. The government said there is widespread support among the population for the […]

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