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UK businesses face cash flow difficulties because of late payers

Cash flow problems experienced by UK businesses are primarily caused by late payments, Lloyds Bank revealed on Wednesday. The British retail bank’s twice-yearly Business in Britain report is conducted by Lloyds Bank Commercial … Continue reading “UK businesses face cash flow difficulties because of late payers”


How Teddy Sagi is taking on the UK

Teddy Sagi is on a bit of a spending spree. Earlier this year, the Playtech billionaire paid a massive £400 million for Camden Stables Market. Just a few weeks back, he poured another … Continue reading “How Teddy Sagi is taking on the UK”


UK has exported five million cars since 2010

UK motor industry trade association the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) revealed on Thursday that UK car exports have reached five million since the beginning of 2010. Steady growth in the … Continue reading “UK has exported five million cars since 2010”


Fraudulent insurance claims rise to over £110 million in 2013 – Aviva

More than GBP110m worth of fraudulent insurance claims were detected by UK insurance company Aviva during 2013, it revealed on Wednesday. Aviva said its claims fraud detection data for 2013 shows that there … Continue reading “Fraudulent insurance claims rise to over £110 million in 2013 – Aviva”


Co-operative Group suffers heavy losses of £2.5bn in 2013

The Co-operative Group, a British consumer cooperative that operates a range of retail businesses, announced its final results for the 52 weeks ended 4 January 2014 on Thursday, which showed losses of GBP2.5bn … Continue reading “Co-operative Group suffers heavy losses of £2.5bn in 2013”


Olympic Legacy Budget helps to fund £2.3m London Professional Apprenticeship programme

A new apprenticeships programme in London’s professional services sector is to receive a total of GBP2.3m in funding, comprised of GBP1.4m from the Olympic Legacy Budget and GBP900,000 from professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP … Continue reading “Olympic Legacy Budget helps to fund £2.3m London Professional Apprenticeship programme”


Buyer demand outstrips number of UK homes for sale during November

House prices in the UK are predicted to continue to rise in 2014, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), which released its UK Residential Market Survey on Monday. The independent, … Continue reading “Buyer demand outstrips number of UK homes for sale during November”


JCB to expand operations in Staffordshire and create 2,500 jobs by 2018

Construction and agricultural equipment manufacturer JCB announced on Friday that its planned investment of GBP150m, for expansion of operations in Staffordshire over the next five years, has been welcomed by the Chancellor of … Continue reading “JCB to expand operations in Staffordshire and create 2,500 jobs by 2018”


Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre acquired by Delancey and APG for GBP80m

The Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre, a retail, leisure and office complex of 327,000 sq ft in Central London, has been sold for GBP80m to property developer Delancey and its joint venture partner … Continue reading “Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre acquired by Delancey and APG for GBP80m”


Npower sells Electricity Plus and Gas Plus subsidiaries to Telecom Plus for GBP218m

Competition in the UK domestic energy supply market is set to be enhanced according to UK energy company RWE npower, which announced on Wednesday that npower Limited is to sell its subsidiaries, Electricity … Continue reading “Npower sells Electricity Plus and Gas Plus subsidiaries to Telecom Plus for GBP218m”


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