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Fane International looking outside of the EU for post-Brexit opportunities

The Brexit conundrum will apply to none more than those firms who do the majority of their business abroad through import and export of goods. Boris Johnson’s new Withdrawal Agreement paves the way for a free-trade agreement with Europe to be negotiated, as well as the possibilities to strike new, meaningful trade deals with other nations.

Green Party promise to replace universal credit with universal basic income scheme

The Green Party has made an election pledge of introducing a universal basic income by the year 2025, which will replace universal credit and guarantee every adult a minimum income of £89 per week.

EAPL cite diverse customer base as source of success

When working in resource heavy industries, one of the great mistakes that can be made is investing all of a business’ resources into a single project. Economic downturn, a change of heart for an investor or a new governmental policy are all examples of unpredictable events that can stop progress in its tracks, leaving the unprepared firm with nowhere to turn.

Lib Dems promise green fund of £100 billion over next five years

The Liberal Democrats’ finance spokesman Sir Ed Davey is set to unveil plans to invest £100 billion over five years into reversing climate change and protecting the environment, during a speech in Leeds.

Sue Hughes-Thomas of The Home Management Company talks rent control

Sue Hughes-Thomas, founder of The Home Management Company, a residential lettings agent established in Hertfordshire in 1986, considered the importance of preventing rent control in The Parliamentary Review’s Podcast.

Ardmel Automation continues the Scottish fight to remain at the forefront of innovation

If you were to ask people from across the globe what images the word ‘Scotland’ evoked for them, you would probably be met with descriptions of kilts, bagpipes and sea monsters. These commentators would certainly not be wrong, and Scotland is a country that holds great pride in its traditions, but it is often forgotten that, historically, one of Scotland’s great legacies is as a nation of innovators.

Labour promises free broadband to all ahead of December general election

Labour’s latest pledge has seen the party promise full-fibre broadband for all homes and businesses by 2030 should it win December’s general election.

IFS says minimum wage rise will impact millions

The Institute for Fiscal Studies has said that plans outlined by both Labour and the Conservatives to raise the minimum wage would increase pay for millions of people.

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