June 2015 blog posts

UK braced for further cuts to welfare

money saving tips for londonersThe Chancellor, George Osborne, has confirmed that he is committed to pressing ahead with significant cuts to welfare in his budget next month, despite the …

Confidence among small business owners is ‘robust’

barterA significant improvement has been noted in the confidence among small business owners, indicating that the sector is on track to expand this year, according …

Camelot announces changes to Lotto

Lottery thumbnail_source_twitterCamelot, the UK’s National Lottery operator, has announced that it plans to change the rules of the Lotto game, giving players an increased chance to …

Questions raised over upcoming smart meter rollout

Household energySmart Energy UK, the company in charge of the forthcoming UK-wide rollout of new smart energy meters, believes that the scheme needs to be overseen …

Inclement UK weather last month impacted on retail sales

ShoppingThe chilly conditions last month meant that demand for summer fashions was much lower than average, and dropping prices continued to impact on supermarket takings …

Alternative TV services placing BBC licence fee under intense pressure

New startThe rising popularity of pay-TV and streaming services is piling pressure on the concept of a mandatory TV licence fee, according to a major new …

Cashless payments used in majority of 2014 UK transactions

Credit cardOver half of all purchases made in the UK last year were made without cash, according to the Payment Council. This is the first time …

Manufacturing Sector lagging behind, new data shows

Tough timesThe slowdown in North Sea gas and oil and a tougher than anticipated export market have combined to reduce business confidence, according to the results …

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