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Childcare policies 'can go further' to address concerns from industry experts like Tall Trees Kindergarten

The general election on 12th December is exactly one week away, with all three leading parties having unveiled their election manifestos. For those childcare providers working in the Early Years education sector, party policies on this issue have made for interesting reading in terms of how they propose to address concerns within the industry.

Black Friday lifts retail sector, says Barclaycard

Consumers flocking to take advantage of Black Friday promotions has given the UK’s retail sector a welcome boost.

Johnson supportive of future tech tax

Prime minister Boris Johnson has said that he would support implementing a digital sales tax in the UK, adding that large online companies need to make a “fairer contribution”.

Avocet advocate for renewable energy amid government announcement

The government has announced the opportunity for UK businesses to apply for a share of £1.5 million in collaboration with US partners on a $40 million offshore wind development programme.

African opportunities as Security Print Solutions look to expand to new markets

It is no secret that many businesses are growing more excited by Africa. The continent is home to the world’s largest free trade area and 1.2 billion people, many of whom are moving out of poverty and possessing disposable income for the first time.

Election Interview: Lisa Smart, Liberal Democrat candidate for Hazel Grove

In the run up to December's General Election, our election correspondent Joshua Sandiford will be creating profiles of key marginal constituencies around the country, combining the key statistics with interviews with the major candidates. In this article, Joshua interviews Lisa Smart, Liberal Democrat candidate for Hazel Grove.

Robert Wilson's Estate Agency Group reflects on adaptability in business a decade on from recession

One of the most commonly heard words when it comes to businesses and Brexit has been ‘unpredictability’. Businesses can adapt with time to prepare, but the uncertainty that comes from not knowing whether tariffs will be raised, deals will be made or materials will be available can leave companies paralysed.

Corbyn writes to Trump calling for NHS reassurances ahead of NATO summit

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has written to US president Donald Trump ahead of a summit to celebrate the 70th anniversary of NATO, calling for “clarity” that the NHS would be off the table in a future trade deal.

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