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Dwindling Number of Cash Machines ‘Bad for Businesses’

Thursday 13th September, 2018 Written by Keith Tully

As many as 250 free-to-use cash machines are being closed across the UK every month and the consequences could be bad for small businesses in many parts of the country.

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HMRC Fraud Investigations Bring in an Extra £5.47 Billion in Taxes

Wednesday 12th September, 2018 Written by Keith Tully

Fraud investigations carried out by HMRC brought in a total of £5.47 billion to the Treasury over the course of the most recent tax year.

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Bolton Wanderers Football Club Heading for Administration

Tuesday 11th September, 2018 Written by Keith Tully

Bolton Wanderers Football Club is poised to enter administration after an apparent breakdown in relations between the club’s owner and its chief creditor.

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New Laws to Free Up Small Firms’ Access to Invoice Finance

Monday 10th September, 2018 Written by Keith Tully

The government has announced plans to introduce laws that will free up access to invoice finance among small companies across the UK.

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Construction Sector Shows Signs of an August Slowdown

Wednesday 5th September, 2018 Written by Keith Tully

The UK’s construction sector saw levels of activity notably below expectations during August.

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Warmer Weather in Autumn Will Badly Affect Retail Sales, Warns BRC

Thursday 30th August, 2018 Written by Keith Tully

If the weather in the coming weeks proves to be warmer than usual across the UK then high street retailers could see their sales growth slide.

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Business Rate Debts Being Referred to Bailiffs at Rate of Over 200 a Day

Wednesday 29th August, 2018 Written by Keith Tully

Local councils in England are referring business rate debts to bailiffs at a rate of more than 200 each day, according to a recent investigation.

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Exporters Could Need Customs Brokers if There’s No Deal on Brexit, Government Warns

Tuesday 28th August, 2018 Written by Keith Tully

Business involved in exporting goods overseas could need to secure the services of a customs broker in the event that no formal Brexit deal is agreed between the EU and the UK.

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Competition Watchdog to Investigate Proposed Sainsbury’s, Asda Merger

Monday 27th August, 2018 Written by Keith Tully

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has launched a formal investigation into the proposed merger of the supermarket giants Sainsbury’s and Asda.

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