BFS 2019: UK’s only Business Funding Expo is back to London on February 21st

BFS 2019: UK’s only Business Funding Expo is back to London on February 21st

The Business Funding Show brings together leading players in the UK funding arena All attendees to the event will have an ample opportunity to liaise with representatives of leading financial institutions offering Loans, Venture Capital, Private Investment, Grants, R&D Tax Credits and Advice on Investment-Readiness, and Innovations. Notable participants include Newable, British...

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Brexit uncertainty further unsettles the housing market – consider short-term letting with local company UnderTheDoormat

Brexit uncertainty further unsettles the housing market – consider short-term letting with local company UnderTheDoormat

With Brexit dominating the dinner table conversation, so it quickly turns to the housing market and the most likely implications come 29th March. The outlook is bleak. Uncertainty so often results in ‘standing still’, which as we know is no good when it comes to buying and selling houses.   As is usually...

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Thomas Mansfield Family Solicitors

Thomas Mansfield Family Solicitors

The ethos at Thomas Mansfield Family Solicitors is to provide our divorce and family clients with an excellent service and our client feedback speaks for itself. The heart of our success is a first class legal team. Our solicitors are not just bright academics, they have the skills to empathise...

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Fraser and Ellis celebrating 100 years as a plumbers’ merchant

Fraser and Ellis celebrating 100 years as a plumbers’ merchant

Battersea businessman Paul Fraser celebrates his company’s incredible heritage as it reaches its 100th birthday. With local businesses and stores across the country regularly being run out of town by gentrification and big national chains, it is always refreshing to hear about an independent, family-run business that continues to thrive....

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What is being done to reduce plastic usage and stop climate change?

What is being done to reduce plastic usage and stop climate change?

We are heading towards a global crisis that will affect future generations for years to come. An estimated 300 million tons of plastic is produced annually, 50% of which is designed for single-use purposes. The majority ends up in oceans, harming marine wildlife. It is estimated that by 2050, plastic...

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Christmas Rant-Lite

Christmas Rant-Lite

Perhaps it’s the festive season and I’ve gone a bit soft, but there’s nothing that’s really got under my skin. I imagine the Worldwide Disclosure Facility is relevant to our readers (on the wild assumption I have any readers other than the gorgeous Epps). The Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster communities...

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Santander launches campaign to inspire under-25s to protect themselves from fraud

Santander launches campaign to inspire under-25s to protect themselves from fraud

As part of its ongoing drive to give people the information they need to protect themselves against scams, Santander launched a new campaign specifically for the Under 25s on November 21st – a generation who often inadvertently share the sort of information that makes them easy prey for fraudsters.  To...

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Taxpayers unfairly treated by HMRC, House of Lords report says

Taxpayers unfairly treated by HMRC, House of Lords report says

A House of Lords report has criticised greater powers given to HMRC to tackle tax avoidance and evasion saying that it undermines the rule of law and justice. The Economic Affairs Committee said that HMRC is being given broad and disproportionate powers with no effective safeguards for taxpayers. It went...

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Brexit regulatory impasse entangles foreign investment

Brexit regulatory impasse entangles foreign investment

Article and Graphic by Dave Sebastian Foreign companies in the United Kingdom are in the crosshairs of uncertain regulations as the U.K. prepares to leave the European Union in March 2019. The predicament: Companies have yet to figure out which new regulations to brace for, as it is still unclear...

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Mayor heads to Brussels with message that London is still open

Mayor heads to Brussels with message that London is still open

Almost 70 per cent of Londoners say they are concerned about the impact of skilled workers leaving the capital after Brexit, and almost half of Londoners are worried about the impact of EU nationals leaving London when the UK leaves the European Union. The polling data was released by the Mayor of...

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