With the UK set to leave the EU in a matter of months, leading lawyers are issuing a call to businesses across sectors to make 11th hour preparations to secure their workforces before Brexit.
To solve the problem of climate change, we all need to take account of our personal carbon emissions and make continued efforts to reduce them ourselves, including small businesses.
Businesses need to ignore the current “fog of uncertainty” and boost investment in kit and people as it is in their interest and that of the wider economy
According to the latest statistics, the UK economy is forecast to have grown by 6.6% during July 2020, meaning it will have recovered 88% of its pre-lockdown size.
As the post-Brexit EU trade deal negotiations continue into the Autumn, and we come to the end of the Transition Period on December 31, UK businesses must prepare.
Facebook recently hit the headlines when it told a court in Ireland that it might have to stop offering its services in Europe.
Even 20 years ago if you said you were ‘internet dating’ friends would have raised a sceptical eyebrow.