There has been a flurry of calls in recent months urging for a rebalancing of business rates – with some warning that a failure to act risks economic slow-down.
The clamour to push remote working as some sort of post Covid future is sending business leaders into a tizzy.
In the past I’ve criticised bosses for jumping on the ‘work from home’ bandwagon in the hope of saving a few quid on running offices and other workplaces.
Enshrining a right to work from home into law would be anti-business and set back any chance of a quick recovery from the pandemic.
It’s strange to think that someone who has worked as an investment banker and is now the Chancellor under a Tory Government would turn out to be such a softy.
As I gazed into my crystal ball a few weeks ago it struck me that vaccine passports were the future.
It is no surprise that in the past 12 months we’ve become a one-issue nation. Even if it’s not the battle against COVID-19 itself, it’s the social and economic fall out we’ve got to deal with.
Who’d have thought putting the health and safety of your people and the public first would create such a fuss!
It has never been clearer to me that the way out of this Covid crisis is by properly supporting apprenticeships, but the Government is failing in this by every measure.
October 2020 was the biggest billing month for Pimlico in the 41-year history of the company with sales in excess of £4.6 million, and the phones are still ringing off the hook. So why am I not happy?