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A former West Yorkshire factory owner from Batley has been jailed for 27 months for people trafficking. Mohammed Rafiq, 60, of Thorncliffe Road, Staincliffe, who...

Most small firms have no disaster recover plan, research finds

Many firms are unprepared for the impact that disruptions that can be caused by cybercrime, staff losses and severe weather, according to new research...

CBI highlights two essential economic benefits of Brexit withdrawal bill

A specially-convened meeting of the CBI’s most senior policy-making committee has issued a unanimous statement declaring ‘we must not go backwards’ following the publication...

Solicitor urges landowner diligence to property developments

A commercial property lawyer is urging landowners to check that new property developments close to their own premises are not infringing their rights. Neil Salter,...

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...

Yorkshire presses case for economic boost through devolution deal

Yorkshire council leaders have asked the government to work with them to deliver a One Yorkshire devolution deal which could deliver a £30bn-a-year boost...

‘Don’t forget the people’, firms rushing to digital transformation are warned

UK organisations are hampering their digital transformation efforts by overlooking the people and skills aspects of transformation, and focusing too heavily on technology. That's the...

CBI hosts conference to share ideas for innovation

Business leaders from across the East Midlands have gathered to share ideas on how firms in the region can best put the time and...

Elmwood’s Sands joins Gordons to push unique legal service in the...

Yorkshire law firm Gordons has partnered with Jonathan Sands OBE, chairman of global brand design consultancy Elmwood, to help develop and promote a legal...

British Steel supply chain firms urged to focus on fundamentals

The effect of British Steel’s potential failure could have significant and far-reaching implications for its stakeholders and employees, the local community and its vast...

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