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E-commerce in China – could there be a benefit to UK businesses?

Geoff Collis

29 August 2017

China continues to be recognised as an important trading partner with the UK and as cross-border business in China slowly untangles itself from a web of new policy and regulation, there could be lucrative opportunities for businesses in the UK. … Read More >>

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Brexit: what is next for farming?

Ian McIntyre

09 August 2017

The questions surrounding Brexit keep coming and for the farming industry there have been a number of raised concerns, particularly around the continuation of critical farm subsidies and the cap. We didn’t have to wait long to hear what was … Read More >>

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Benchmarking at breakfast

Tommy White

26 June 2017

Every year, NatWest Bank produces a legal sector benchmarking survey, which is prepared using data from their law firm clients across the country. At our WK Law seminar on 22 June, attendees had a chance to look at the findings … Read More >>

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Brexit and the marine sector: fine waters ahead?

Kevin Walmsley

15 September 2016

It is no secret that some stormy seas have created headlines for companies in the marine industry. Princess Yachts had a difficult start to 2016 as they faced 172 job losses from their Plymouth headquarters and Sunseeker too reported losses of … Read More >>

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EHBBC: New leaf, new venue

Tim Croft

13 September 2016

This morning marked the first East Herts Business Breakfast Club (EHBBC) event since Britain’s vote to leave the EU was announced. For those of you who are familiar with EHBBC events, you will know that our previous event fell on … Read More >>

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A taxing dilemma for property

Kevin Walmsley

08 September 2016

It is an occupational hazard for Ministers taking office in a reshuffle that they take on unfinished business from their predecessors. The housing market is one of those areas of potentially unfinished business that the UK’s new Chancellor of the … Read More >>

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Brexit: Driving change in the motoring industry

Kevin Walmsley

12 August 2016

Working with the motor sector in the last few weeks since the EU Referendum, we have noticed a growing interest in relation to vehicle sales.  Is this an economic indicator? Potentially, Yes! Following our research as a firm we are … Read More >>

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Brexit: Negotiation skills are key to securing a good deal

Adam Merrett

29 July 2016

With her new Cabinet in place, new Prime Minister, Theresa May, faces a period of tough negotiations as she leads the nation in to independence from Europe. What happens next is unclear and it could take years for the process … Read More >>

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All change at the top for the beginning of a new journey…

Matthew Hall

15 July 2016

The new Prime Minister, Theresa May, has assembled her team to take the country forward as we face issues such as Brexit, settling the markets, maintaining employment and ensuring economic growth.  Amongst the top team is: Philip Hammond – Chancellor … Read More >>

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Brexit and the Direct Tax implications

Matthew Hall

12 July 2016

The dust is starting to settle following what many consider to be the surprise outcome from the EU referendum on 23 June.  You will have already seen responses from my colleagues in relation to VAT, Personal Taxes and Employment Taxes, … Read More >>

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