Government schemes, like startup loans and help for self-employed, crucial for tackling UK unemployment in the battle against Covid-19
With the EU and UK accusing each other of breaching duties of good faith enshrined in the Withdrawal Agreement, good faith clauses have hit the headlines recently, especially as the EU has since started legal proceedings against the UK.
Supply chains today are required to deliver ever-better service levels while simultaneously bearing down on cost and meeting aggressive new sustainability agendas.
The scale of ‘furlough fraud’ and other fraudulent activity linked to the Government’s coronavirus support schemes is starting to become apparent.
The current Covid-19 pandemic sadly all too clearly demonstrates the need for continual improvements and growth in the field of healthcare.
With the UK set to leave the EU in a matter of months, leading lawyers are issuing a call to businesses across sectors to make 11th hour preparations to secure their workforces before Brexit.
To solve the problem of climate change, we all need to take account of our personal carbon emissions and make continued efforts to reduce them ourselves, including small businesses.
Businesses need to ignore the current “fog of uncertainty” and boost investment in kit and people as it is in their interest and that of the wider economy