The eye popping outturn of the general election combined with subsequent events I am sure makes most of us despair of our political classes. What is going on in Britain today and what can be done?
As the dust settles on one of the most eventual general elections in recent times, Charlie Mullins believes the verdict was a result of forgetting there were so many Brexit remainers.
As Paul Goodman, chairman of the National Association of Commercial Finance Brokers, told Real Business: “A hung Parliament was the last thing the UK needed, but that’s exactly what it got” – and it’s caused uncertainty around tax policies.
As a British general election throws up a hung parliament situation for the second time in three votes, SME leaders feel their business issues will now slip down the pecking order.
For the second time in two years the British are going to the polls. Our live general election insights feed provides business leaders all the info needed.
We canvassed the business landscape for opinion on the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats’ manifesto pledges to introduce ethnic pay gap reporting.
It was widely reported that the recent decision to call a snap election came after Theresa May had “a moment of clarity” during her Easter holiday in Wales.
What sort of judgements are you making when you see prime minister Theresa May present? Like her or loathe her, May could be part of the furniture for at least another three years.
Throughout the 1970s, entrepreneurs were as rare as hen’s teeth. Then, when our country made the historic decision to elect its first female prime minister, that all changed.
Amid the launch of the Apprenticeship Levy and increase of National Minimum Wage, prime minister Theresa May announced a snap election – an event we analysed in our roundup of April 2017 economic statistics.
Real Business takes a brief look at how Making Tax Digital came to be – and why such a “revolutionary” scheme was scrapped from the Finance Bill.
With 8 June the date of Theresa May’s surprise general election, Charlie Mullins explains why he plans to use it as a way of pushing issues of interest.