from The Great Debate UK:

VAT rise – is it really that bad?

June 29, 2010

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Rachel Mason is public relations manager at Fair Investment Company. The opinions expressed are her own.-

from The Great Debate UK:

Roger Bootle analyses the potential impact of the budget

June 22, 2010

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London-based Roger Bootle, director of Capital Economics and an advisor to business accountancy firm Deloitte, shares his thoughts on what Chancellor George Osborne's budget may hold and its long-term effects on the economy.

from The Great Debate UK:

Key tests for the emergency budget

June 21, 2010

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-Thomas Story is tax director at BDO LLP. The opinions expressed are his own.  Join Reuters for a live discussion with guests as UK Chancellor George Osborne makes  an emergency budget statement at 12:30 p.m. British time on Tuesday, June 22, 2010.-

from The Great Debate UK:

A budget of woes? Where has our imagination gone?

June 20, 2010

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-Ruth Porter is communications manager at the Institute of Economic Affairs. The opinions expressed are her own. Join Reuters for a live discussion with guests as Chancellor George Osborne makes  an emergency budget statement at 12:30 p.m. British time on Tuesday, June 22, 2010.-

from The Great Debate UK:

Budget boost for savers

April 24, 2009

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--Fay Goddard is chief executive of the Personal Finance Society. The opinions expressed are her own.--

Will Aldi and Lidl open up in posh areas now?

November 28, 2008

A report published today by Verdict Research predicts a surge in discount grocers in Britain.  Verdict Research says discounters like privately owned German groups Aldi and Lidl should raise as much finance as possible to aggressively expand in markets where they are under-represented.

from Global Investing:

To spend, or not to spend?

November 25, 2008

A day after Britain unveiled a multi-billion-pound fiscal stimulus package to spend its way out of recession, market analysts have been busy figuring out what it all means, in the context of a sharply slowing economy.