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Switch to Plan B Covid Response ‘May Cost UK Economy £18bn’

Tuesday 26th October, 2021 Written by Keith Tully

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1 in 3 SMEs Worried They’ll be Unable to Repay Covid Loans

Tuesday 19th October, 2021 Written by Keith Tully

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Bank of England Forecasts Corporate Insolvency Rates to Rise

Wednesday 13th October, 2021 Written by Keith Tully

The Bank of England has said it anticipates that rates of corporate insolvency will increase in the coming weeks following the removal of restrictions on winding up petitions.

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Number of Registered UK Businesses ‘Fell by 400,000 in 2020’

Thursday 7th October, 2021 Written by Keith Tully

The total number of private sector businesses registered in the UK fell by close to 400,000 over the course of 2020, according to official figures from the government.

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Job Losses Expected as Furlough Scheme Ends

Thursday 30th September, 2021 Written by Keith Tully

There is expected to be a rise in joblessness in the coming weeks with the government’s furlough scheme having closed at the end of September.

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Labour Party Commits to Scrapping Business Rates

Monday 27th September, 2021 Written by Keith Tully

The Labour Party has committed to cutting business rates in England before phasing them out entirely.

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Retail Sales Fall for Fourth Straight Month in August

Friday 17th September, 2021 Written by Keith Tully

Sales across the UK’s retail sector fell in August for the fourth consecutive month, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

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High Debt Levels Rated as Top Concern among SME Bosses

Thursday 9th September, 2021 Written by Keith Tully

High levels of debt are causing significant concerns for decisionmakers at small and medium-sized enterprises around the UK, according to a new piece of research.

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Company Directors Urged to Make Smart Use of Final Month of Furlough

Wednesday 1st September, 2021 Written by Keith Tully

Directors of companies that have been heavily impacted by the Covid-19 crisis are being urged to make smart use of the final weeks of the government’s furlough scheme.

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