Originally a psychological term, drive is an internal mechanism that moves an organism (you) towards a goal. It's a translation of the German Trieb, a racy concept that occupied the likes of Freud at a time when an Englishman's drive was the stretch of gravel outside his front door.
Sean Ramsden's export business Ramsden International has benefited from Brexit depreciation and the rise of brand Britain abroad.
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It's not a case of demand, but the fact there are no jobs.
The government's Shared Parental Leave scheme falls well short in providing a level playing field.