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  • Consumer confidence ‘highest since 2011’
    The UK’s consumers are now at their most confident point in three years, according to the latest research from Deloitte.
  • New homes ‘driving SME construction recovery’
    A jump in house-building activity has supported the growth of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) operating in the construction sector, new research shows.
  • Jobless total dips below 2m
    Fewer than two million people are now unemployed in the UK, with the jobless count dipping further in the quarter to August.
  • House prices reach new record high
    House prices have hit a new record high, driven by strong annual growth in the capital.
  • Chancellor calls for ‘more flexible’ pensions
    Chancellor George Osborne has elaborated on his plans to offer people more flexibility over their retirement finances.
  • Deloitte Pioneers see turnover grow
    New programme to boost social enterprises reports successes in second year with improved turnover and employment levels
  • Partners praised for OUTstanding contribution to LGBT
    The City regulator is set to review whether people should be allowed to carry across their current account numbers when they switch to a different provider.
  • Annual reports keep growing, but how useful is the information?
    When it comes to annual reports, according to new research from Deloitte, the average annual report is now a massive 132 pages, up ten pages from last year.
  • Rise in new car sales hints at wider growth
    A sustained rise in new car sales suggests that confidence is returning across the UK business sector, according to David Raistrick, UK Automotive Leader at Deloitte.
  • Call to improve end of life care
    More needs to be done to improve end-of-life care and help people to die in their homes, says a new report from Deloitte.
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