The UK’s in the departure lounge… but the flight has not yet been called
February 6, 2020
Dominic Hopkins, head of disputes & litigation at Hewitsons, assesses where we are now in our ‘conscious uncoupling’ from the EU.
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THE SUCCESS of the Conservative Party in December’s general election means we are heading towards the departure gate of the European Union. So, will we be waving our boarding pass, walking through the gate, embarking our plane and bidding farewell to the legal landscape we have come to know so well? 

Business rates reset may not reflect our economic success
February 9, 2020

Milton Keynes Mayor Cllr Sam Crooks explains why the borough retains only a third of the rates that businesses pay. That figure may change next year but may still not keep pace with Milton Keynes’ rate of growth.

Dragon Boat crews ready to make a splash at festival
February 7, 2020

GABLE Events and MacIntyre are celebrating Chinese New Year by inviting entries into the 19th Milton Keynes Dragon Boat Festival. 

Inspiration, awareness, food for thought
February 8, 2020

Why do businesses spend thousands on sponsorship deals with local awards? What is in it for them and do they really see a good return on their investment?

Resilience shines in the face of uncertainty
February 7, 2020

BUSINESSES in Milton Keynes posted stable results in the face of economic and political uncertainty at the end of 2019 writes Paul Griffiths, chief executive of Milton Keynes Chamber of Commerce.

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