Real Business unveils what the three main parties had to say about changing the broadband landscape ? and why their plans won’t meet expectations.
The manifestos British political parties publish ahead of a vote are pretty long these days, so Real Business has summarised the general election business commitments.
Having made small gains in the local elections on 5 May, UKIP has moved its focus back to the upcoming referendum on EU membership and outlined why growing businesses will be better off out of Europe.
British political party UKIP has used the issue of late payments to make its feelings clear on the situation small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) currently face.
Businesses must make their voice heard as EU referendum looms, or risk a situation that is not conducive to future company growth.
As next month's general election is drawing ever closer, and now all of the parties have released manifestos, Real Business decided to draw out some of the key points to note for businesses.
It's yet another problem for beleaguered David Cameron as his chairman muddles and fails questions on his new and embarrassing recruit Amjad Bashir.
UKIP’s provided the most exciting political story of the last few years. Its meteoric rise in popularity led to winning the European Union election and electing its first MP, and there’s a slim change the party could help form a coalition next year; but what do we know about its plans for businesses? Will it do anything to boost entrepreneurialism and help SMEs?
There’s still a lot of noise and hot air blowing around Westminster at the moment about the real meaning of the surge in support for UKIP in the recent European elections, says Charlie Mullins.