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Larger firms are far more likely to be taking environmental action than small and micro-businesses, according to a new study by the British Chambers of Commerce and O2.

A-level results day has seen record numbers of students getting top grades with plans to go to university, but new research reveals that four in five employers don't require a degree qualification for entry-level roles.

The labour market has changed drastically over the past year but despite soaring vacancies, one in 20 people can't find a job and redundancies could be looming as the furlough scheme winds up.

Brits working in small firms have taken less time off than usual during the pandemic; and those that are taking a break are staying close to home.

With the UK now out of the EU, the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) says the UK government is now in the best position to thoroughly review the structure of VAT.

The UK's leading business groups are calling on the government to rethink its self-isolation strategy and focus on daily testing to keep more people at work.

A new report has warned that the government's levelling-up agenda will fall short unless more is done to provide business advice to smaller firms.

New research shows that Brits are worried about the continuing decline of the high street, a process that has been accelerated by the pandemic.

A new study has found that shoppers spend 54% less with small businesses that have not updated their websites compared to those that have.

Self-employed workers can now claim the fifth and final government grant but to be eligible they must demonstrate that their turnover has fallen as a result of the pandemic.