Entrepreneurs failing to fight corruption may end up facing unlimited fines and jail time. Yet protecting startups against this kind of threat is easier said than done
With the draft Investigatory Powers Bill laying out the UK government’s plans for the future of surveillance, how are tech companies and encryption likely to be impacted?
Trimming red tape features at the top of a list of SMEs’ priorities for the new government, with 51% of small businesses saying it should be a prime focus
The former culture secretary will outline plans to cut red tape by at least £10bn over the next five years
Tech giants come together to air their concerns around proposed surveillance legislation, which the government has proposed to tackle potential terror threats
Scheme introduced to help save £80m in litter clean-up costs but bodies like the Federation of Small Businesses believe it could go further
Small businesses had a vested interest in this year’s Queen’s speech, which outlined the legislation that the new Conservative government intends to pass in its first year
Last month the government quintupled the cost of litigation and lawyers say that SMEs have cause for concern