MSDUK celebrates its 10th anniversary

MSDUK celebrated its tenth anniversary in business with a reception at the iconic Cutty Sark, London on 21st September 2016. Hosted by Denise Nurse, entrepreneur, lawyer and television presenter, the event was an evening of fun, music and food from around the world. The 200 guests included MDSUK corporate partners, including sponsors Enterprise Rent-A-Car, and outstanding entrepreneurs from… Read More »

BIS launches Corporate Governance inquiry

The Parliamentary Business, Innovation, and Skills (BIS) Committee has today launched an inquiry on corporate governance, focussing on executive pay, directors duties, and the composition of boardrooms, including worker representation and gender balance in executive positions. The BIS Committee inquiry follows on from the corporate governance failings highlighted by the Committee’s recent inquiries into BHS and Sports Direct,… Read More »

Met Police discrimination complainants victimised

Ethnic minority, gay and female police officers and staff in the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS), who raise complaints of discrimination expect to be victimised and fear reprisals such as being denied promotion, a major investigation report by the Equality and Human Rights Commission will say today (8th September 2016). The new report calls for changes to the law… Read More »

Prime Minister orders government race audit

Prime Minister Theresa May today (30th August 2016) ordered a government audit of public services to reveal racial disparities many people experience across Britain. The Prime Minister has ordered Whitehall departments to identify and publish information showing how outcomes differ for people of different backgrounds, in a range of areas including health, education and employment. Not only will… Read More »