CBI mulls Lib Dems tax ideas

The shadow Chancellor for the Lib Dems, Vince Cable, has come out on top of the polls as the best leader that can be trusted to help guide Britain out of the recession.  At the same time however, he also heavily criticized the party’s current policies on bank reform, transport, energy, tax, employment law, reform […]

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Financial services industry recovering

The financial services industry of Britain is slowly starting to come back from the banking crisis with profits starting to consistently rise and companies starting to feel as if growth will occur largely over the year of 2010.  However, the volumes are still flat which may mean that the improvement in profits is the result […]

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Mandelson attacks CBI

Business secretary Lord Mandelson launched a bitter attack yesterday on Richard Lambert the director of the CBI stating that he preferred to side with big time banks and was out of touch with SMEs. The attack is the first argument that has occurred between the CBI and Mandelson who generally has a good relationship with […]

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CBI wants plan for balanced budget

Business leaders are pushing the government to develop a plan that will balance the public finances by the year 2016 when is two years earlier than originally planned. The CBI believes that this target date could be reached if spending is lowered overall and the public sector underwent reform.  The organization claims that the government […]

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