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.
One of the key tenets of the liberal establishment, and no doubt we shall be fed much more of this in the current election campaign, is cheap labour is essential for the smooth functioning of the UK and other advanced economies. They are oh so wrong.
Amidst a Spring Budget u-turn and Article 50 getting triggered in the past month, there have been several economic developments that SMEs have had to embrace.
Brits will undoubtedly be looking for major change after prime minister Theresa May triggered Article 50. However, March 2017 economic statistics remind us that Brexit is a two-year affair – so we don’t have to fear any hard-hitting figures just yet.
A letter to European council president Donald Tusk announced that Article 50 has been triggered, starting a two-year countdown until Britain leaves the EU. But while MPs congratulate prime minister Theresa May on her wording, we wondered what UK industry leaders had to say.
As an entrepreneur and business owner who championed remaining, Charlie Mullins firmly believes the Brexit plan must encourage collaboration with the EU.
Thank goodness the sub optimal players at the heart of our financial establishment – like Charlotte Hogg, Hammond and Carney – are beginning to feel the heat.
A great deal of economic uncertainty has spread across the world this year already, worrying leaders, and we’re only halfway through March.
It’s been a wild start to 2017 and there is further change on the horizon, so the head of investments at venture capital firm Beringea has given us her thoughts on the economic upheaval, bringing unique insight as a UK-based American.
The outcome of the EU referendum last June continues, so to help business leaders with their Brexit opinion, here’s the who, what and where of latest developments.
According to prime minister Theresa May, her newly announced industrial strategy will back Britain for the long term, “creating the conditions where successful businesses can emerge and grow”.