Only when we work together to unlock the potential of Britain’s smallest entrepreneurs can we unleash the full power of the economy.
As a former Brexit Secretary, I know that we can use our Brexit freedoms to achieve incredible things. Changes to EU regulations in our five growth industries will mean that we can deliver the very best for our great country,
The effect can be seen in shop vacancy rates, with the highest rates seen in the North East, the Midlands, and Wales.
Fraud Awareness Week is a chance to reflect on the huge costs such crimes impose on British business.
It means a shift from a position where we think we know best, to supporting what is actually proven to work – and owned by the communities we support.
There is little incentive for the Government to splash largesse upon an industry if all it gets back is criticism that it isn’t enough.
Closer engagement between government and the sector is vital to ensure we deliver the policies they need most.
Without it, we won’t be able to have better public services, less debt and lower deficits, or a fairer deal for younger people.
Landowners should be allowed wider permission to open temporary campsites over the whole summer season.
Providing local, flexible, workspaces could replace millions of daily commutes which only serve to harm the environment.
Lidington writes that “the UK has the potential to be world-leading in areas such as fintech, life sciences, artificial intelligence and genetic modification”.
Providing small businesses with technology and training will accelerate our recovery from Coronavirus.
Support to much-loved community assets should be given priority. Or the legacy of isolation and loneliness will be permanent.
The blanket approach centred on regional and economic shutdown isn’t working.