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Equalities Minister urges end to ‘sexist’ dress codes

08 March 2017

Equalities Minister urges end to ‘sexist’ dress codes

Equalities Minister written to trade bodies and employers, urging them to review "outdated and sexist" dress codes.

Government urged to ‘stop dithering’ and publish environment plan

07 March 2017

Government urged to ‘stop dithering’ and publish environment plan

Environmental campaigners urging Government to publish long-term plan to address a "creeping catastrophe" .

Tax rises likely to be on agenda for Chancellor’s Budget

06 March 2017

Tax rises likely to be on agenda for Chancellor’s Budget

Philip Hammond expected to announce tax rises as part of 2017 Budget this Wednesday.

Business rate rise ‘to hit profits of small firms’

03 March 2017

Business rate rise ‘to hit profits of small firms’

More than half of small companies facing hike in business rates next month fear profits could fall as a result.

Property market sees New Year rise in mortgage approvals

02 March 2017

Property market sees New Year rise in mortgage approvals

Mortgage approvals for home-buyers reached highest level in almost a year during early weeks of 2017.

Banks report highest mortgage lending since 2008

28 February 2017

Banks report highest mortgage lending since 2008

Home loans reached strongest levels in nine years, showing signs the property market is resilient to UK's economic conditions.

UK ‘still a valuable place for company growth’

27 February 2017

UK ‘still a valuable place for company growth’

Britain continues to be valuable place for business growth in eyes of investors despite ongoing political uncertainty.

HS2 construction ‘will overshadow residents’ lives for 17 years’

23 February 2017

HS2 construction ‘will overshadow residents’ lives for 17 years’

Development work on HS2 rail link will have "devastating impact" on lives of nearby residents for 17 years.

Small firms ‘could struggle to survive business rate hike’

22 February 2017

Small firms ‘could struggle to survive business rate hike’

The survival of small businesses is under threat amid a sharp rise in business rates.

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