Sunday, September 27, 2020

Government falls short in preparing firms for IR35 changes, says IPSE

The government has not done enough to prepare businesses and the self-employed for the changes to IR35 coming into force next April, the Association...

FSB blasts Barclays over Post Office cash decision

FSB National Chairman Mike Cherry has blasted the decision by Barclays to stop its customers getting cash through Post Offices, saying the decision will...

Half of Midlands’ wholesale firms say employee cost is key to...

A new survey among managers in the thriving Midlands wholesale and distribution sector reveals that employee cost is the key factor affecting company profitability. The survey,...

Countdown to tax deadline has begun, so don’t be late, says...

With fewer than 100 days to go before the 31st January deadline, HMRC is reminding customers to complete their tax returns early to beat the...

ABP asks technology companies for help in overcoming operational challenges

Britain’s largest port operator ABP is calling on all UK technology companies to help overcome specific operational challenges in the maritime industry. ABP is partnering...

Chancellor urged to use autumn budget to reverse slump in small...

The Federation of Small Businesses is calling on Chancellor Sajid Javid to bring forward radical interventions to address an unprecedented long-term slump  in small...

Leeds calls on MPs to deliver HS2 and NPR

Leeds' political and business leaders were united in their call on Government to deliver HS2 and NPR together and in full. Speaking at the Leeds...

CBI regions urge government to push on with HS2

Today CBI Chairs in six English regions have all joined together to urge the government to back and build HS2. In a joint statement,...

After the Queen’s Speech, FSB calls for greater focus on business

Federation of Small Businesses National Chairman Mike Cherry says the Queen Speech serves as a stark reminder of the many domestic challenges that have been...

CBI says Labour re-nationalisation plans would cost £196bn

Labour's plans to renationalise utility companies, railways, and the Royal Mail would cost £196bn, according to the CBI. That's the equivalent of all the income...

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