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BCC calls for delay in implementation of Making Tax Digital

With just weeks to go before its planned introduction, new research from the British Chambers of Commerce suggests nearly one in five businesses above...

Act now to avoid soaring probate fees, Yorkshire law firm cautions

Bereaved families applying for probate could be considerably worse off if they wait until April, when changes to probate fees will be introduced, a...

Employment lawyer calls for ‘post-Brexit balance balance from Government

Government plans for employment law post Brexit must strike a sensible balance between safeguarding and improving workers’ rights and best protecting the interests of...

Rates expert calls for city centre shakeup

A business rates expert is calling for the introduction of a new rates relief to regenerate town and city centres. Adrian Smith, founder of Adrian...

Greater Lincolnshire LEP offers support for foreign-owned businesses

Foreign-owned businesses can access advice and support from the Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership at an event later this month. The LEP will join forces with...

Firms will see ‘working from home’ as standard practice this year,...

2019 will mark the year businesses started taking seriously the notion of ‘working from home’ as standard practice within North East and Yorkshire firms,...

IMechE President urges apprentices to make the most of top class...

Apprentices at a engineering training centre have been challenged to make the most of their 'top-class facilities' by the President of the Institution of...

‘No deal’ Brexit would deal a major blow to the East...

The East Midlands' economy faces a multi-million pound blow in the event of a ‘no deal’ Brexit due to the collapse of international trade...

Chamber seeks to take snapshot of Doncaster business sentiment

Firms of all sizes and sectors in and around Doncaster are invited to take part in the latest Doncaster Business Insight Survey. Run by Doncaster...

Turbulent tides for UK fishing, warns Yorkshire & Humber MEP

Fishing industry jobs in the UK are facing “double trouble” if the EU’s new sustainable fishing policy enforces its strict landing obligations while Brexit...

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Leeds firms urged to take up grants in energy-saving scheme

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