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A right royal knees-up might be occurring at the palace, but four in ten of Britain’s workers won’t be off work on the Queen’s platinum jubilee bank holiday. According to a recent survey 18% confessed they will miss out completely while

The UK’s biggest business membership organisation, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), has launched a flagship new digital resources hub to support and encourage LGBT+ entrepreneurship, and promote inclusivity in workplaces. FSB’s ‘Let’s Grow Business Together’ initiative has been backed by

Home improvement business Screwfix is to create 800 retail jobs by January as part of plans to open 80 new shops across the UK and Ireland. The retailer’s sales were boosted during the pandemic as locked-down Britons hired tradespeople to spruce

Greggs has said it has a “good” start to 2022 after launching 49 new shops in the first 19 weeks of the year. The sausage roll seller said its sales had increased 27.4 per cent compared to the same time last,

Lifestyle brand Made.com lowered its expectations for the rest of 2022, with both gross sales and revenue expected to drop 15 per cent and seven per cent respectively. These projected figures differ from the initial zero per cent and eight per