Business groups warn staff shortages are becoming more acute

Brexit
Business groups warn staff shortages are becoming more acute  23/08/2019 UK net migration has fallen 12% to 226,000, driven by the lowest level of EU nationals arriving in six years. The Office for National Statistics revealed that the number of
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Business leaders urge rates reform

Business
Business leaders urge rates reform 22th August 2019. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid are being encouraged by business leaders to overhaul business rates, a system which was once described as “basically a poll tax”
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Financial optimism index points to fragility in consumer confidence.

Business
Financial optimism index points to fragility in consumer confidence. 20th August 2019 A key index into household financial confidence points to a fragility in consumer confidence. The IHS Markit’s monthly household finance index has dipped to a three-month low, falling
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British Steel thrown £300m lifeline

Business
British Steel thrown £300m lifeline Update 19th August 2019 Ataer set to buy British Steel The Government has named Ataer Holding as the preferred bidder for British Steel. Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom said Ataer is a “suitable buyer”, with a
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Long payment terms in retail are unsustainable

Business
Long payment terms in retail are unsustainable. 16th August 2019. Long payment terms in retail are notorious and regularly criticised by those in and outside the industry. A few months ago, Holland & Barrett became the first company to be
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