by Rosie Beasley | 30 Apr 2010
With the general election campaign in its last week and many voters undecided, it’s time to get down to brass tacks and look at exactly what each party hopes to offer small businesses if it wins the election.
by Josh Hall | 19 Apr 2010
The election campaign is now in full swing. The historic first television debates have begun and, on 12 April, Parliament was officially dissolved – meaning that MPs are now in fact, former MPs.
by Josh Hall | 15 Apr 2010
The election campaign has now begun in earnest. The bank holiday weekend saw each of the three main parties flexing their public relations muscles in anticipation of Gordon Brown’s trip to the Palace to call the election. With the country set to go to the polls on 6 May, and the public’s voting intentions continuing to fluctuate, the coming month looks set to be particularly hard fought.
by Jasper Martens | 26 Mar 2010
The Budget announcement was clearly the main focus this week for the UK. Darling actually had some good news for small businesses by giving them some tax relief. Of course there were other interesting websites and news items as well. Check our top 5.
by Jasper Martens | 23 Mar 2010
Having a Personal Assistant sounds posh. Many small businesses don't think about having a PA or VA for their company, simply because it's too expensive. Jasper asked Ebonie Allard from My Girl Friday about the costs and benefits of hiring a Personal Asistant.
by Josh Hall | 22 Mar 2010
This week’s Budget announcement will be a momentous one. The date has only recently been announced, adding to speculation about the timing of a General Election, and it looks set to be a particularly important speech for a number of reasons.
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