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House prices leap £4,000 in a MONTH: UK sees fastest annual rise in property values since 2017… despite our coronavirus pandemic woes Property prices have hit the highest level on record after surging by £4,000 in a month.
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As EU businesses, UK retailers did not previously have to declare goods arriving from suppliers also within the EU. Post Brexit, all businesses will have to declare all imports arriving from within the EU.
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In a speech on defence spending, the PM avowed the GCHQ and Ministry of Defence (MoD) partnership which is conducting cyber operations to disrupt hostile state activities, terrorists and criminals threatening the UK’s national security – from countering terror plots to supporting military operat
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There’s no doubt that 2020 has been a turbulent year. But amongst all the disruption and uncertainty that we, and companies alike, have faced, I for one couldn’t be prouder to see UK tech remaining a global talent magnet, open for business, and attracting investment from all over the world.
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Please understand that the results I am sharing with you are not typical. I am not implying that you will duplicate them. The average person who buys how-to information usually sees little to no results. I use the references in this guide for example purposes only.
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The UK might soon move up its ban on sales of combustion engine cars — yes, again.
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Leo Yu plans to come to the UK in 2022 with his family and mother in law using the BNO visa. Like many Hong Kongers, his biggest worry is whether he can find a job in the UK.
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Other event in Causeway Bay by theDesk on Tuesday, November 24 2020
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Report any threats to national security – such as terrorism and espionage – to MI5 (also known as the Security Service). Call 999 or the police anti-terrorist hotline on 0800 789 321 to report an immediate threat to life or property.
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Business accelerators run support programmes typically with investment aiming to grow early-stage businesses in a short space of time exponentially.
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My friend and former colleague Charlie O’Donnell created a new kind of networking event for the moment we are in. These are virtual networking events designed to “include diverse perspectives in the innovation community.” They are called Circulate.
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The UK lockdown has seen an increase in new companies forming to meet the demands resulting from coronavirus, with COVID-19, lockdown and pandemic featuring heavily in the names of new businesses created since March.
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You must register an overseas company with Companies House if you want to set up a place of business in the UK. You must register if you set up a place of business in the UK or if you usually carry out business from somewhere in the UK.
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Taking the step to become your own boss is exciting. If you’re looking for some business inspiration, we’ve come up with a list of interesting and achievable self-employment ideas. The latest figures from the Office for National Statistics say there are 4.
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To start a business in the UK as a foreign national, you need to consider the following steps: Think about your visa position. Depending on what nationality you hold, you may be required to apply for a work visa before you can start a business in the UK. More information on visas is given below.
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