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If you’re considering whether you should join your local Chamber of Commerce, it might be useful to find out how they support businesses and what you can expect if you do join. The main goal for each chamber is to provide

The Bank of England has raised the base interest rate by half a percentage point to 1.75 per cent, the biggest rise since 1995, in an attempt to combat runaway inflation. The nine-strong monetary policy committee voted eight to one in

Travel to Europe was given a boost yesterday as the European Union quietly delayed its plans to tighten entry rules. Brussels had been preparing to roll out a new European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS) from May 2023, but this

Farmers are painting the horns of their sheep to thwart thieves as a report finds that rural crime has risen by 40 per cent in a year. The cost of living crisis may be contributing to an increase in rustling, a

The problematic transition to electrification amid continuing pandemic- related supply chain disruption has seen deliveries at Mini, the carmaker that produces the majority of its vehicles at the Cowley plant in Oxford, drop by more than a fifth. The news came