Tag Archives: FSB

Two MPs break a barrier and challenges the Government


The recent history of our Parliament is that Jacob Rees-Mogg was not prepared for many months for any MPs or Ministers to participate in debates using video systems at all until Boris Johnson was forced to respond from No 10 … Continue reading

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Our Government must start listening to businesses effectively


The meeting that took place at the beginning of last week between the Department for BEIS represented by Andrea Leadsom and Kelly Tolhurst and a number of business network agencies has indicated that our Government is not willing to listen … Continue reading

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The Absurd concepts behind Farage’s fear attacks


According to the tweet on the right hand side, Nigel is angry that some British MPs (who together represent 3 nations and Northern Ireland) have been making contact with the EU nations Government contacts. Presumably he has forgotten that this … Continue reading

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Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) please change tactics


For the last 10 years I have been working for a small business which has grown over that period and from time to time we have been successful at winning significant contracts for various parts of the public sector such … Continue reading

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Parliament, please stop patronising SMEs


Three weeks ago I wrote a blog, inspired by a claim by a select committee in the House of Commons that it wanted to meet with Small and Medium Enterprises. The challenge with SMEs is they represent businesses referred to … Continue reading

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The high price of our comfort


As part of plans to travel over the Easter weekend I spent part of yesterday morning waiting at my local garage to have some new tyres fitted onto my car. Whilst I was there I bumped into the mechanic who … Continue reading

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