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pro-manchester News

Why Jeremy Hunt is wrong: NHS medical staff respond to ultimatum

British Medical Association accuses health minister of wholesale attack and says doctors support improved service but lack of resources are to blame   Health secretary Jeremy Hunt has given NHS consultants an ultimatum: agree to work weekends within six weeks, or a seven-day…

Inspired Energy’s Nick Campbell shares his view on the latest Climate Change Levy update

Chancellor George Osborne delivered the first wholly conservative budget since 1996 and his plans included scrapping an “outdated” Climate Change Levy exemption on renewable power. There is a lot of debate surrounding his plans but the decision to scrap the climate change…

Special report: More than 14,000 businesses have launched in Greater Manchester so far this year

Almost 14,500 businesses have launched in Greater Manchester this year. That's the equivalent of 52.7 businesses for every 10,000 people living in the area. Manchester is in the top 10 in the UK for the number of new businesses started in the…

Summer Budget 2015: HMRC to be bolstered by an additional £750m

As part of the Summer Budget 2015, George Osborne announced plans to provide HMRC with further investment of £750m. What does this mean? The Chancellor made a clear statement of intent. The money will be used to tackle tax avoidance and evasion,…

Summer Budget 2015: New dividend rules – how it affects you

From 6 April 2016, the way in which dividends are taxed will be overhauled. Currently, dividends carry tax credits. For many years shareholders have been able to use this tax credit to plan when extracting income from their companies. The big advantage…

Budget 2015: Smith and Williamson give their views

A Budget for securing of revenues: the wealthy and business owners to feel the pain While recognising that the richest taxpayers pay an increasing percentage of UK tax revenue, the Chancellor in this Budget has made it clear that the Government  aims…

Outgoing pro-manchester Chairman gives his verdict on the recently announced Budget

John Jones, partner at Manchester-based accountants and business advisors Beever and Struthers and chairman of pro-manchester, said: “The Chancellor’s statement goes some way to alleviating the deep disappointment felt in the region at last week’s announcement regarding a “pause” in the delivery…

Comment on Budget & Northern Powerhouse/NW from Colliers Int

Andrew McFarlane (pictured), director and head of North West for real estate advisors Colliers International, said: “We’re supporters of the Northern Powerhouse because we understand that it will generate major change and numerous benefits to the North West and the wider Northern…

Open all hours? The arguments over Sunday trading rise again

The government is considering making it easier for big stores to open longer than the six hours currently permitted on a Sunday. The issue has divided opinion for decades, with religious, commercial and moral arguments clashing. The basic case for and against…

Talking Big Social Media Conference 2015 with Alexandra Kington

Recently, TheBlackHole.co.uk interviewed the co-host of the upcoming Big Social Media Conference, Alexandra Kington about what people can expect from the biggest social media event in Europe. On Thursday, I am representing the Black Hole at the inaugural Big Social Media Conference…