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UK chief executive says firm needs to retain skilled workers
Leo Quinn was among a group of business chiefs to speak with Phillip Hammond and Stephen Barclay after last night’s vote
Construction industry reacts to Theresa May’s historic loss in yesterday’s meaningful vote
Projects already on hold due to uncertainty, warns chief executive
More than 100 chief executives will meet at the end of the month to discuss implications of leaving EU
More than 80% of Scottish apprenticeship redundancies were from within construction
The industry responds to the Prime Minister’s historic loss in yesterday’s meaningful vote
As part of our reader survey last month, we asked respondents to tell us what actions they had already taken in preparation for Brexit.
As part of our reader survey last month, we asked respondents to tell us what actions they had already taken in preparation for Brexit. Here is one anonymous reader’s response
Claire Stockford, Iain Drummond and Caitlin McLean of Shepherd and Wedderburn weigh Brexit’s implications for dispute resolution
As we enter one of the most turbulent, uncertain years in our nation’s history, who would be brave enough to predict what’s in store for construction? Well, here goes…
Avoiding a painful period of stagnation can only be avoided if the industry is given time to prepare
Building Live showed what contrasting opinions people have on construction issues and proved how much they care about the industry they work in
If only we had politicians who, instead of promising the impossible, focused on what can really be delivered, and then got on with it..
Barely 10% of construction thinks government cares enough about the industry to get a good Brexit deal. We report on the levels of pessimism revealed by our exclusive survey and how Building will be campaigning until the Brexit deadline to get your voices heard