FSB calls on big business to raise their game in fight to end late payments crisis

FSB calls on big business to raise their game in fight to end late payments crisis

Big business has been put on notice by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) and warned that they must do more to end late payments, poor payment practice and supply chain bullying that is damaging the UK economy. A letter from FSB National Chairman, Mike Cherry, to all FTSE 100 companies urges...

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Cars In Art

Cars In Art

The first ‘proper’ artist to portray a car in his work was probably Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, who did a lithograph of his cousin Dr Gabriel Tapié de Celeyran gripping the tiller of an unidentified automobile in 1896 in a bearskin coat, goggles, chauffeur’s cap, leather face-mask and gauntlets, speeding past...

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Roderick Booth-Jones’ latest exhibition – Summersault

Roderick Booth-Jones’ latest exhibition – Summersault

Roderick Booth-Jones, born 1954 in Gloucestershire, held his first one man show as a consummate draughtsman and print maker.  Later, his work at The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition would be described by the Sunday Telegraph as “a tour de crayon” Educated at  The Heatherley Wilson Art School, ‘La Signorina’ Simi, Florence, and  The Royal Academy...

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