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Two-thirds agree with NHS tax, says poll - 16 June 2017

Exactly two-thirds (66 per cent) of people would be happy to pay more tax if it means the quality of the NHS improves, a new poll has revealed.

SMEs struggling with rising operating costs, says FSB - 15 June 2017

Operating costs for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are now “at their highest in four years,” according to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).

Consumer spending falls for first time in four years - 14 June 2017

Year-on-year consumer spending has fallen for the first time in almost four years, figures from credit card firm Visa reveal.

Pay day loan complaints rise despite new legislation - 13 June 2017

The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has found that complaints about pay day loans have risen once again, with there being nine times more complaints than two years ago. According to the organisation’s annual report, 10,529 new complaints were logged relating

Hung parliament “disastrous” for UK economy, says IoD - 12 June 2017

Political uncertainty following June’s general election has caused concern among the business community, a study has revealed.

Business leaders react to general election - 9 June 2017

The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) is calling on politicians to act fast to ensure stability for UK businesses.

Fraudsters target victims claiming tax is owed to HMRC - 8 June 2017

Vulnerable citizens are being wrongly informed that they owe money to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). Some of those targeted are even informed that there is a warrant out for their arrest or a case being built against them unless