Norfolk Business News

Brexit
12/11/2020
With only a few weeks to go until the United Kingdom transitions out of the EU, time is of the essence for businesses to prepare. The government has put in place new rules that organisations must adhere to on 01January 2021. This year has already been an incredible challenge for the majority of...
Policy
10/11/2020
The Quarterly Economic Survey is significant piece of economic data, used by many organisations and the country’s decision makers to help shape economic policies for the UK. The Bank of England recently worked on the latest round of Quantitative Easing and they used data supplied by the Chambers...
Policy
10/11/2020
Commenting on the ONS labour market statistics for November, published today, BCC Head of Economics Suren Thiru said: “The rise in the unemployment rate and redundancies is further evidence that the damage being done to the UK jobs market by the Coronavirus pandemic is intensifying. “While there...
Brexit
06/11/2020
With Coronavirus restrictions come in place, many businesses could be forgiven for taking their eyes off the ‘Brexit ball’.  However, the number of days left to prepare for Brexit are rapidly dwindling and business needs to take action now. At present businesses have free movement of their goods...
Coronavirus
06/11/2020
With new Coronavirus lockdown restrictions in force until 02 December, what support is available to businesses affected by these restrictions. Business Grants Business premises forced to close in England due to local or national restrictions will be eligible for the business grants as outlined here...
Coronavirus
06/11/2020
The SEISS grant was extended from 1 November 2020. Yesterday, the Chancellor announced that support for millions more workers through the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) will be increased, with the third grant covering November to January calculated at 80% of average trading profits,...
Coronavirus
06/11/2020
In light of the increased restrictions the UK government is introducing additional economic and business support measures. The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) Yesterday, the Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak MP announced a five-month extension of CJRS, also known as the furlough...
Brexit
03/11/2020
New Coronavirus restrictions come into effect on 05 November, so businesses could be forgiven for taking their eyes off the ‘Brexit ball’.  However, the number of days left to prepare for Brexit are rapidly dwindling and business needs to take action now. At present businesses have free movement of...
Coronavirus
03/11/2020
In light of the increased restrictions the UK government is introducing additional economic and business support measures: The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme: The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, also known as the furlough scheme, has been extended to December 2020. Check to find: Which...
Coronavirus
03/11/2020
To support the tightening Covid-19 restrictions due to come into effect on 05 November.  The Government has announced the following support mechanisms: An extension to the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme until 2 December More generous support to the self-employed and paying that support...

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