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McRae’s welcomes changes made by the digital age of business

In a world dominated by online reviews, it is sometimes easy to forget that, only a decade or two ago, we existed without them. Word of mouth, guide-books, advertising, or a good word in the paper could make a business, but many companies could get by with relatively low standards, knowing that new customers would have no way of knowing whether their quality was up to scratch.

Election Coverage: Dudley North

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. This profile focuses on Dudley North.

The Labour Manifesto: The key points

At an event held in Birmingham yesterday, the Labour party launched its manifesto for the upcoming election.

Election Interview: Laura Gordon, Lib Dem candidate for Sheffield Hallam

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 Laura Gordon, Liberal Democrat candidate for Sheffield Hallam.

Maped Helix flexes its innovative muscle for retailers to take note

Changing shopping habits among consumers have seen UK high streets fall upon testing times. The shift toward online purchasing has culminated in a sharp rise of empty store units in town centres across the country with a number of businesses falling into administration.

Conservatives to impose stamp duty surcharge for non-UK residents

The Conservatives plan to impose a three per cent surcharge on stamp duty for non-UK tax residents purchasing properties in England, should they win December’s general election.

Analysis from leading trade body backs up concerns of SMEs like London Accommodation Centre UK Ltd

In light of the quantity of new legislation imposed on the lettings sector each year, it becomes an inevitability that small businesses operating in the industry will be affected.

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