(CNN)British authorities on Wednesday arrested three more people in connection with last week's London Bridge attack, London's Metropolitan Police said. Two men were arrested on a street in Ilford and the third was apprehended at an Ilford residence when police searched the home, authorities said.
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However, manufacturing output is predicted to grow in line with the overall economy for the first time since 2013, as weaker sterling and a pick-up in global demand ultimately provide a boost to exports. Image copyright PA Image caption Many Scottish infrastructure projects, including the Queensferry Crossing, are nearing completion He added: Consumer spending, which last year proved surprisingly resilient and helped buoy the economy, is fading. A weak labour market and rising inflation is putting further pressure on incomes and recent research reveals that households expect worsening economic conditions. All of this means consumers are likely to be more cautious. 'Clear message' EY's chief economist for UK and Ireland, Mark Gregory, said: Scotland's economy is showing signs of slowing faster than the rest of the UK which sends a clear message that business and government will have to work harder and smarter to achieve sustained growth. The economy has to rebalance and shift away from a reliance on public-funded major infrastructure projects. Sector diversification is also required to help move away from an over-reliance on the oil and gas, construction and financial services sectors. He added: Stimulating business investment in Scotland both in terms of physical assets and skills could deliver extensive, long-term economic benefits. This presents an opportunity for public and private sectors to define a new way of working together in order to drive further economic growth. Business investment is imperative to the long-term health and growth of the Scottish economy but is currently subdued. Government can help de-risk investment by supporting the development of skills and infrastructure that businesses need so that companies can feel confident they can maximise their investment. Labour market 'improving' Meanwhile, a separate report has suggested improving labour market conditions in Scotland. The latest IHS Market Report on Jobs for Scotland found that last month there were sharp rises in worker placements, record growth in permanent staff demand and falling availability. In terms of staff demand, the data signalled the fastest rate of expansion in the survey's 14-year history, with growth faster in Scotland than across the UK as a whole. Scottish recruitment consultancies also recorded further steep growth in demand for temporary staff. Sector data indicated that staff demand rose fastest in the IT and Computing sector for both permanent and temporary roles. Meanwhile, the rate of expansion in permanent staff placements in Scotland reached its highest in 27 months as growth matched the UK as a whole, which was at a 25-month high. Read more: http://www.bbc.com/news/uk The post EY report: Scottish economy 'stuck in slow lane' BBC News appeared first on Business Questions Information Answers.
And there seems to be no job too small, or too outlandish, as his work ranges from tiny finger mazes that you can trace with a single digit, to an entire side of the 210m (689ft) tall Al Rostamani Maze Tower that was completed in Dubai in 2011. But how do you ever become a maze designer? For Mr Fisher it was a lucky turn in the maze we all walk through in life. Image copyright Adrian Fischer Image caption He designs everything from finger mazes to giant cornfield mazes Over the past decade he says that modern technology and particularly the internet has made his job much easier. I work with animators in Spain and designers in Asia, and things like Skype make it so easy to feel like you're in the same room as them. This has really allowed me access to worldwide collaborators and markets including the US and [Asian cities such as] Kolkata, Shanghai and Yokohama. This gives us the flexibility to adjust production methods and timescales to suit each project. Also, local fabrication minimises import duties within our principal markets. The cost of each maze varies greatly. A simple finger maze can be commissioned for just 100, but Mr Fisher's biggest projects, such as huge hedge mazes, will set you back more than 1m. Image copyright Adrian Fisher Image caption Mr Fisher works with designers and other workers around the world to make his creations In terms of competitors, Mr Fisher says he has around 20. But many of them just concentrate on one type of maze, and we do pretty much it all. Mr Fisher has also built up his profile with some record-breaking exploits, and has held the world record for the world's largest cornfield maze no less than six times. Earlier this year, his Butterfly Maze in Ningbo, China set the world record for the largest permanent hedge maze, with a total area of 33,565 sq m (8.3 acres) and total path length of 8.38 km (5.2 miles). In addition he has written 12 books about mazes, and gives both after-dinner talks on the subject, and talks to design students.
Design expert Ania Choroszczynska, founder of London-based Anya Fennet Design, says Mr Fisher has taken mazes to new levels. They [Adrian Fisher Design] understand the scope of the industry and the demands of the consumer or client, and create designs that have had a great reaction, she says. Related Topics