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Construction and property offer growth post-Brexit

The construction industry could offer the key to thriving outside the EU, while the property sector expects to see some growth… Construction could remain a...

Business leaders throw their support behind remain

Major heads of businesses and industry have come out in support of the Remain campaign… With only a few days until the EU referendum vote...
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Plans to sell off Shropshire Council sites to be discussed

Councillors at Shropshire Council will discuss plans to sell off smallholdings in the next few months it has emerged… Shropshire Council is expected to discuss...

8 ways the referendum vote could affect your business costs

Phil Foster, Managing Director of Love Energy Savings outlines what impact the EU referendum vote could have on businesses... British history is about to be made,...
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Brexit will lead to £30bn taxes and spending cuts

Chancellor George Osborne warns leaving the EU would see taxes rise and further cuts to public spending… Leaving the EU would lead to massive tax...

Investment Fund could create 2000 jobs in County Durham

A new investment fund set to launch in County Durham next year could create or safeguard about 2,000 jobs and support 500 businesses... The £20...

Nationwide warns house prices slowed in May

The Nationwide building society has warned the annual rate of UK house price growth saw a slowdown in May… According to new figures released by...

Brexit would be bad for small businesses

Business Secretary Sajid Javid has warned leaving the EU would be bad for small businesses… Pro-EU Minister Sajid Javid has said leaving the EU would...

Calling HMRC costs taxpayers £97m

The National Audit Office has delivered a blow to HMRC customer services after revealing taxpayers calling the department lost the equivalent of £97m last...
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Treasury report warns Brexit would cause recession

A new analysis from the Treasury claims Britain would enter a recession, with some 500,000 jobs lost if the UK votes to leave the...
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Whitehall austerity has cost £4m more than it saved

Plans to privatise some of Whitehall’s office functions has cost more to implement than it has saved, according to an official spending watchdog… Plans to...

CIPD warns pay growth is “stuck in the slow lane”

A new survey from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development has revealed the growth in wages is likely to remain in the slow...

IMF: Brexit would have “bad, to very, very bad” consequences

The IMF has warned leaving the EU would lead to negative and substantial effects on the UK’s economy… In its regular update on the economy...

Government will not give women help over pension changes

The government will not intervene on pension changes, which will see women lose thousands of pounds… A decision by the government five years ago to...

Liverpool City Council launches £1 shop programme

As part of Liverpool’s urban regeneration, the city council has launched a new programme aimed at bringing disused shops back into use… A new scheme...

The challenges ahead for Londoners’ daily needs

Dr Nelson Ogunshakin OBE, Chief Executive Officer, Association for Consultancy and Engineering outlines the financial challenges facing London ahead of the budget... Ahead of Wednesday’s budget, the concerns...

Warwickshire CC awards nearly half a million to help small businesses

Small businesses in Warwickshire have benefited from funding from the county council to help them grow… A total of £427,736 worth of funding has been...

MPs tell bank chiefs to improve IT security

Banks are being urged to improve their computer systems after MPs warned they do not “appear to be up to the job”… MPs on the...
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Young people poorer than previous generation

A  new report has revealed during every stage of their lives young people will be worse off than the generation before them… New analysis from...
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Smart procurement at the centre

David Noble, Group CEO, CIPS sheds light on procurement in the public sector…   Supply chains lie at the heart of any good operation and this...

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