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ATTWATERS JAMESON HILL BUSINESS GOLF SOCIETY

The Attwaters Jameson Hill Golf Society is being set up with the aim of becoming the premier golfing society for business people in and Essex and Hertfordshire. The Attwaters Jameson Hill Golf Society is being set up with the aim of becoming the premier golfing society for business people in and ....

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Attwaters Jameson Hill wins Award for Apprenticeship Scheme

Attwaters Jameson Hill were awarded Employer of the Year for the Business Administration category by Hertford Regional College, due to the “outstanding support of the Apprenticeship programme during the last academic year” at their awards ceremony last night. Attwaters Jameson Hill were award....

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Government offers extra £69m to help start-up businesses

The Government is making an extra £69m available for loans to start-up businesses as a way of creating jobs and boosting the economy. The Government is making an extra £69m available for loans to start-up businesses as a way of creating jobs and boosting the economy. Ministers say more than ....

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Channel 5’s ‘When Gastric Bands Go Wrong’

Channel 5's programme 'When Gastric Bands Go Wrong' aired last night highlights the problems that can be faced when undergoing bariatric surgery and in particular, when having a gastric band fitted. Channel 5's programme 'When Gastric Bands Go Wrong' aired last night highlights the problems that ....

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SMEs list late payment and cash flow as their biggest problems

Late payment and cash flow are the biggest barriers to growth facing small to medium-sized enterprises (SME), according to research by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB). Late payment and cash flow are the biggest barriers to growth facing small to medium-sized enterprises (SME), according ....

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Director unfairly excluded from company he set up

When setting up a new company, it’s important for directors to ensure that all the legal requirements are fully met and that everyone involved understands their rights and responsibilities. When setting up a new company, it’s important for directors to ensure that all the legal requirements a....

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Advertising watchdog sets deadline for agents and landlords

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has set a deadline of 1 November for letting agents and landlords to ensure they clearly display information about non-optional fees in their ads for rental properties. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has set a deadline of 1 November for letting....

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Brothers win fight to get their full inheritance

Two brothers have won a legal battle to receive their full inheritance from their mother’s will. Two brothers have won a legal battle to receive their full inheritance from their mother’s will. The case involved a family dispute between the brothers and their sister. Their mother had ma....

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Husband fails to get payments to his former wife reduced

A husband has lost his appeal to have his payments to his former wife reduced even though the couple’s assets had not been divided equally as part of the divorce settlement. A husband has lost his appeal to have his payments to his former wife reduced even though the couple’s assets had not b....

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Government reduces power of attorney application fee by 15%

The Government has announced a 15% cut in the application fee for registering a lasting power of attorney (LPA). The Government has announced a 15% cut in the application fee for registering a lasting power of attorney (LPA). LPAs are legal documents that allow you to appoint someone you trust....

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House prices increasing ‘at fastest rate for three years’

Figures released by the Halifax suggest that house prices are rising at the fastest annual rate for three years. Figures released by the Halifax suggest that house prices are rising at the fastest annual rate for three years. The Halifax survey found that prices in the three months to the end ....

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Restaurant ‘did not discriminate against disabled girl’

The Court of Appeal has ruled that a restaurant did not discriminate against a disabled girl when it refused to allow her to eat its food outside its recognised seating area. The Court of Appeal has ruled that a restaurant did not discriminate against a disabled girl when it refused to allow her ....

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