Key steps to ensuring your business complies with Natasha’s Law

Almost a month after Natasha’s Law came into effect, there have been reports that a number of businesses are still not labelling the ingredients in their products. An investigation by the Independent found that many food outlets it visited…

PhenQ Review: Best Fat Burner Supplement in UK

Uncontrollable food cravings, unexplained weight gain, and an insatiable appetite are the most dreaded feelings when attempting to lose fat or weight. Lack of exercise, poor eating habits, illness, genetics, age, diabetes, or hormonal imbalances can all contribute to…

Business rates relief fund ‘is failing to pay out’

Hundreds of thousands of businesses in England that appealed against their rates bills during the pandemic have yet to receive any relief from a £1.5 billion fund created by the Treasury in March, property experts have said. Between April…

Netflix’s Bridgerton and Rebecca fuel tourism boom in south-west England

From walking tours in Bath to visiting the sweeping coastal scenery of Hartland Quay in Devon and stately Mapperton House in Dorset, hits from Bridgerton to the period film Rebecca are providing the southwest of England with a TV…

CityFibre in ‘advanced’ talks on takeovers

A Goldman Sachs-backed broadband infrastructure company is planning to launch further acquisitions to “crack open” the BT and Virgin Media O2 “weak duopoly” after raising £1.1 billion and reaching one million homes. Greg Mesch, chief executive of CityFibre, said…

Ikea owner warns of price rises as supply chain crisis takes toll

The prices of Ikea furniture and homeware are to rise as a result of lasting disruption to its supply chain, the brand’s owner has warned, after increased costs of raw materials and transport knocked its full-year profits. Inter Ikea…

Not enough chips means Mini sales hit the brakes

Mini sales have plunged by 25 per cent as the worldwide computer chip shortage continues to cause problems for carmakers’ supply chains. Deliveries of the car, two thirds of which are built in BMW’s Cowley plant near Oxford, dropped…

Labour Party members’ data hit by cyber incident

The Labour Party has been affected by a “cyber incident” involving its members’ data resulting in “a significant quantity” of party data “rendered inaccessible on their systems”. Labour said it was told on 29 October that it had been…

Panic buying, the media and empty shelves – exploring the psychology of supply chain disruption

Supply chain shortages have been headline news in the UK in recent months, with everything from Covid-19 to Brexit blamed for empty shelves and long queues at petrol stations. But could consumer behaviour be the critical difference between manageable…

5 Ways Invoice Templates Have Made Invoicing Easy

You might be wondering why you should utilize an invoicing template instead of a personalized invoice. The answer is straightforward: adopting an invoicing template saves time and ensures timely payment. With rapid access to downloadable invoice templates, unlimited customizability,…

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