In these days of economic uncertainty it’s quite interesting when pulling into a London train terminal to view the numerous cranes and new buildings changing the city skyline almost on a weekly basis. What is also interesting is just who is paying for all of these construction projects? If the recent news buzz surrounding the …>> Read More
The Cashflow Blog
As the government launches a new initiative to help exporters – the ABL industry has been doing it for years!
Borrowing ideas seems to be in vogue at the moment, what with Mrs May looking to govern by some form of cross-party consensus and Mr Corbyn sending her a copy of the Labour election manifesto, some people might be led to believe that the country could end up with the best bits of all current …>> Read More
On a topical note, tennis lovers may find a marked increase in the price of a portion of strawberries at Wimbledon in coming years depending on the permitted movement of EU nationals. The Kent supplier to the tournament is among many growers who fill the seasonal places not wanted by UK workers with casual labour …>> Read More
Political analysts and journalists have certainly been earning their corn over the last couple of years, and for those armchair politicos amongst us, three invitations to mark our cross during that time have also produced some “very good telly”. Of course working equally as hard, if not harder, are those poor business owners whose job …>> Read More