Commenting on the government's decisions today on National Minimum Wage rates from 1 October 2013, Dr Adam Marshall, Director of Policy at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: On the adult National Minimum Wage rate: -We are disappointed that the government has chosen to raise the adult National Minimum Wage rate by 1.
BCC's EU Business Barometer of more than 4,000 businesses shows support for renegotiation with Europe John Longworth: -Companies believe that re-negotiation, rather than further integration or outright withdrawal, is most likely to deliver business and economic benefit to the UK.
The most significant change to accounting since a Franciscan Friar published a treatise on book keeping.
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Ogilvie Fleet is providing customers and prospects with the most accurate whole life costs as industry debate rages over the inaccuracy of some figures provided to fleet managers.