Prime Minister Boris Johnson last week promised to “build, build, build” by injecting billions into public projects to ease the UK through the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic.
It was a 19th Century Prussian general who stated that few military plans can survive their first contact with reality. Those of us on the receiving end of presentations from new businesses seeking investment will know exactly what he meant.
In April 2020, the UK’s Office for National Statistics revealed 49.2% of the UK’s workforce were operating remotely as a result of COVID-19.
While some economists are apprehensively bullish about the prospects for small business owners in the future, things probably look pretty bleak at the moment.
More than a million people who have to complete their tax credit renewal information by the end of the month should be given an extra month to complete their returns.
Increasingly, understanding technology and its utilisation, is the difference between success and failure in today’s competitive marketplace.
The modern insurance industry began life in London during the 1700s, when the first fire, accident and life insurance companies were established.
Following the news that the government is considering an emergency VAT cut to boost consumer demand, Alison Horner, indirect tax partner at MHA MacIntyre Hudson, believes this is potentially very good news but history shows these cuts can bring challenges.
On May 31st, the U.K. film and T.V. industry received a green light to re-open production with filming to resume as early as July.