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Priti Patel is ‘brilliant, collegiate’ and not a ‘bully’, says busines…

Good morning. This morning the Home Office has had to fight off accusations that the secretary presiding over the department is a bully, Boris Johnson is facing mounting criticism for not visiting flood victims and the US has sent its acting Chief of Staff to

Warwick business coach who is hosting event in Leamington offers advic…

Business coach Kevin Riley is inviting solo entrepreneurs to his monthly BusinessCLUB event at Pure Offices in Leamington on Thursday (February 20). And he is also offering tips to coincide with Innovation Day on Sunday (February 16). “Businesses have to evolve and innovate every

Iowa caucuses 2020: Results, vote counts show Sanders, Buttigieg tie

Live data coming in from the Iowa Democratic Party from 100% of the precincts shows Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Mayor Pete Buttigieg almost exactly tied in the results. After a disastrous meltdown in the Iowa caucus reporting system, the Iowa Democratic Party went

A story of survival among Bold Street’s longest standing businesses

Bold Street is booming. Flanked by the Bombed Out Church at one end and the city’s main shopping drag at the other, it’s filled with foodie destinations, hip coffee shops and quirky little stores. The street has long since established itself as one of

Letters to businesses about trade arrangements after the UK has left t…

Letters to businesses about trade arrangements after the UK has left the EU  GOV.UK Source link Google News

Network Rail investigated over poor performance | Business

Network Rail is being investigated over its poor performance on routes used by the train operators Northern and TransPennine Express. The Office of Rail and Road (ORR) said it had put the state-owned company “on a warning” in relation to its work in the

This is why £50m for Lewis Dunk is good business for Brighton and Chel…

Published: 11:50 Tuesday 14 January 2020 Former Liverpool defender Steve Nicol believes £50m for Lewis Dunk would be good business for Brighton and Hove Albion and Chelsea. Chelsea are yet to make their first major signing of

Soot from Levin-Richmond Terminal covers my local business – The Mercu…

Richmond’s health at riskin vote on coal shipping On Jan. 14, the Richmond City Council is set to vote on an ordinance to phase out coal and petroleum coke shipping through the Levin-Richmond Terminal over a period of three years. With soot and grime

Business Bulletin: Next boosts profit outlook after strong festive per…

Retailer Next has increased its profit forecast for the past year after posting higher sales than predicted in the last two months of 2019. The high street fashion business shrugged off the recent malaise affecting retailers to post a 5.2% increase in sales for

10-year-old Perthshire girl raises the bar with soap business expansio…

A Perthshire 10-year-old has raised the bar with plans to expand her soap-making business. Amelia Milton, of Bridge of Cally, began her venture when she was just seven, as part of a schools competition. The junior entrepreneur’s business, Smelleez, has since gone from strength