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Millions of leaseholders will be given the right to extend their lease by a maximum term of 990 years at zero ground rent, the Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has announced today (7 January 2021).
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In a televised statement from Downing Street, the prime minister acknowledged that the closures mean it will not be “possible or fair” for all exams to go ahead as planned this summer.
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Plans for when schools will reopen following the Christmas break differ across the UK amid the fast-spreading variant of COVID-19. Primary schools in all of London’s boroughs and some of those in Essex, Kent, East Sussex, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire will not reopen until 18 January.
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THE most dangerous places to live in the UK where residents are most at risk of theft, sex crimes and violent attacks can be revealed today. Sun Online analysis of the the latest government figures reveals where you are most at risk of becoming a victim of crime in England and Wales.
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One in five UK adults say they want to start a business in 2021. That figure rises to over one third (34 per cent) of 18 to 34-year-olds.
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Freelancer confidence in the economy fell sharply ahead of the second lockdown, according to r the latest freelancer Confidence Index by freelancer marketplace PeoplePerHour and self-employed group, IPSE.
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Why should entrepreneurs care about EIS and SEIS? The simple answer is because your potential investors do. No credible entrepreneur would consider launching a product or service without getting into the head of their consumer.
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The joint letter from freelancer group IPSE, the Creative Industries Federation, Prospect and the Federation of Small Businesses, argues that freelancers have made many UK industries ‘highly innovative, fast-growing and world-leading’.
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A Milton Keynes primary school headteacher has resigned with ‘great sadness’ because she disagrees with the government’s unrealistic expectations of children.
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Milton Keynes will have the fastest economic recovery rate of any town or city in Britain next year, thanks to the boom in online shopping, according to a new report.
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Whatever form Brexit takes, it’s going to make life more complicated for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
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