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Growth of the Gig Economy ‘Costing HMRC £75 Million Every Week’

Wednesday 15th February, 2017 Written by Keith Tully

The growth of what has become known as the gig economy is costing HMRC in the region of £75 million in lost tax revenues every week, it has been claimed.

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Brexit Fallout Will Slow UK Economy This Year and Next, Says European Commission

Tuesday 14th February, 2017 Written by Keith Tully

Growth in the UK economy will slow down considerably over the course of this year and next, according to the European Commission.

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Co-operative Bank Put Up for Sale 4 Years on From Near Collapse

Tuesday 14th February, 2017 Written by Keith Tully

The Co-operative Bank has been put up for sale in its entirety four years after it came perilously close to collapse before being acquired by US hedge funds.

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Consumer Spending Keeping Economy on Track Despite Concerns Over Brexit

Thursday 9th February, 2017 Written by Keith Tully

Notably strong consumer spending helped to keep the UK economy on track in recent months despite the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the country’s exit from the European Union.

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Majority of Big UK Businesses ‘Feeling Negative Impact of Brexit’

Monday 6th February, 2017 Written by Keith Tully

A majority of big business leaders around the UK feel that the Brexit vote last June and the still unfolding ramifications have had a negative impact on their operations.

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Iconic Manchester Speedway Club Belle Vue Heads into Liquidation

Wednesday 25th January, 2017 Written by Keith Tully

Liquidators have been appointed to manage the affairs of Belle Vue Speedway Limited, a company which had owned and operated the famous speedway sports team the Belle Vue Aces.

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Retailers Suffer ‘Disastrous December’ As Sales Fall Sharply

Friday 20th January, 2017 Written by Keith Tully

Retailers around the UK suffered what one economist has called a “disastrous December” with overall sales levels falling sharply during the final month of 2016.

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Staff at Derbyshire’s Toyota Manufacturing Plant Face Uncertain Future

Thursday 19th January, 2017 Written by Keith Tully

Employees at the Toyota manufacturing plant in Derbyshire are facing an uncertain future with the Japanese carmaker seriously concerned about its prospects in a UK economy that’s outside the EU’s sing

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What do the new 2017 insolvency rule changes mean for creditors?

Wednesday 18th January, 2017 Written by Claire Januszewski

On 6th April 2017 new rules come into play which will guide the future of insolvency practice, but what do the changes mean for both debtors and creditors?

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Losses Worth £3m Force Hull Construction Firm into Administration

Monday 16th January, 2017 Written by Keith Tully

A construction business based in the Yorkshire city of Hull has been forced into administration after suffering sizable losses in recent quarters.

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