Owner managed businesses (OMBs) are optimistic about the country's, and their own, economic growth.
Some 50 Conservative MPs have formed a group called Conservatives for Britain, aiming to fight for a Brexit and “end the supremacy of EU law over more matters of British life”. Prime minister David Cameron has warned that the move could loose them their jobs.
The Conservatives have pledged to increase the number of startups to 600,000 a year by 2020. With only 36 per cent of leaders believing politicians understand SMEs, the nation's business owners have set up a manifesto of their own.
Numerous politicians continue to warn the UK that 3m jobs are linked to our EU membership. should be publicly challenged over misuse of this assertion. A new report from the Institute of Economic Affairs, however, suggested that the claim should be publicly challenged.
The EU is the most important export market for UK SMEs who are currently trading internationally according to the Open University Business School (OUBS) research.
The UK needs to be at the heart of the EU if London is to flourish in the future, says a new report.
A major survey of British business has revealed continued support of Britain's relationship with the European Union, but with some powers being transferred back to Westminster.
Charlie Mullins says it would be commercial suicide to create barriers to trading with the EU.