Saturday, April 17, 2021

Pure Legal picks up Pryers Solicitors in York

Pure Legal, the alternative business structure set up by Phil Hodgkinson, has made its first purchase of a law firm. Pure has bought Pryers,...

Firms offered advice about winning work at Heathrow

East Midlands companies are to be advised about how they can become part of the supply chain supporting Heathrow airport. The airport spends over £1.5bn...

Humber should be centre of excellence in climate change fight, says...

Lord Prescott has urged leaders in the Humber to make the region a centre of excellence in a global fight against climate change. The former...

Firms’ mud, sweat and tears help to raise £24k in charity...

A team from hlw Keeble Hawson has joined those who have overcome one of the UK’s toughest challenges to jointly raise £24,000 for MS...

Taxman plans changes to flat rate VAT rules

Companies paying VAT at the flat rate need to be aware that next year they may have to pay a higher rate than the...

Lord Sugar rounds off Humber Business Week

Lord Alan Sugar, founder of the hugely successful electronics company Amstrad and famous for his role on BBC’s ‘The Apprentice’,  is heading to Humber...

Hull Chamber organises seminar about sea container weight rules

A major change in legislation relating to the way sea container weights are declared is to be the subject of a seminar in Hull...

Powerhouse Minister pledges Brexit will happen

Northern Powerhouse Minister Andrew Percy has pledged that Brexit will go ahead in spite of the High Court decision that MPs must vote before...

Law firm Schofield Sweeney plans free charity conference

Yorkshire law firm Schofield Sweeney is to stage its annual charity conference on Thursday 7th December in Leeds The conference will discuss the legal implications...

Turkish authorities change document rules, says Chamber International

Chamber International warns that the Turkish Customs authorities are no longer accepting electronic signatures on ATR1 and EUR1 documents. A spokesman for the Chamber said:...

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