As Brexit draws closer, businesses across the UK are now faced with widespread uncertainty for the future of their organisations.
After a media-fuelled leadership election, bookies favourite Boris Johnson has been crowned the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. It’s fair to say the leadership election and his subsequent Premiership will be judged by the success of Brexit.
After Theresa May resigned, the Tory party are contesting for a leader. But what mistakes have they made in their leadership?
From tackling late payment to promising to keep Britain at the forefront of technological innovation, Philip Hammond’s latest financial forecast had several news announcements. However, some SME leaders and business experts were left unimpressed
UK Chancellor Sajid Javid has announced this year’s spending review today, but will the grass be greener on the other side for small and medium enterprises?
The new prime minister, Boris Johnson, has a lot on his hands. But whatever happens in these unsettled times, he must take note of what SMBs – the backbone of the British economy – need to thrive.
Nigel Farage and Tommy Robinson are among the political profiles pelted by milkshakes. Will it hurt brands to be associated with these type of incidents?
The prime minister’s new Brexit deal with the EU has already resulted in a flurry of resignations. But as the debate about the UK’s exodus from the union continues, what do UK business leaders think of the latest developments?