Forum fears impact of data protection rules for small firms

The Forum of Private Business wants the Government to form a working group to consider the impact on small businesses of proposed data protection...

Government commits to new data protection bill

The Government has committed to updating and strengthening data protection laws through a new Data Protection Bill, saying it will provide everyone with the...

Yorkshire law firm raises £1,650 for charity

Harrogate law firm LCF Barber Titleys has raised more than £1,650 this year for Saint Michael’s Hospice in Harrogate by writing free wills for...

Leasehold house sales could be banned to protect buyers

Housebuilders throughout England could soon be banned from selling new-build houses on a leasehold basis as part of new government plans now under consultation...

Sheffield’s first cat cafe opens with help from city solicitors

Tabby Teas Cat Café on Cemetery Road, off London Road, will give coffee lovers the chance to enjoy some feline company with their cappuccinos. Solicitors...

Supreme Court’s ruling on EBTs could have far-reaching effects

Supreme Court judges have ruled offside a claim by RFC 2012, which used to be Rangers Football Club Plc, that Employee Benefit Trust payments...

New timetable for Making Tax Digital

The government have set a new timetable for businesses to moving to the new digital system for keeping tax records which will require businesses...

Homophobia study will probe UK’s construction industry

A study involving lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees aims to explore the effects of alleged institutional homophobia within the £100billion British construction industry. The...

Banner Jones sees increase in DIY conveyancing issues

Sheffield and Nottingham-based Solicitors Banner Jones has reported a ‘steady rise’ in the number of enquiries from people seeking help after trying to complete...

Businessman who falsified VAT claim ordered to sell home or face...

A Lincolnshire businessman who created fake invoices to falsely reclaim VAT, now faces having to sell his home to comply with the confiscation order. The...

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FSB calls for more transparency from bodies like LEPs

Bodies responsible for England’s economic growth need to become more accountable and transparent to gain full support from the country’s small firms, says the...
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