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Scottish small businesses fear Brexit will cause major skills crisis if they lose vital EU staff

FSB chairman Mike Cherry: ‘‘Concern among small firms

TWO thirds of Scottish small employers with EU workers are concerned about future skills shortages as the nightmare of Brexit unfolds, according to new research from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).

12:00am Tuesday 25 April 2017

Jeremy Corbyn asks Scots to help his Labour party banish 'vicious' Tories

Jeremy Corbyn was addressing the STUC conference in Aviemore

SCOTS voters have been urged by Jeremy Corbyn to help Labour get rid of the “vicious” Tory government.

12:00am Tuesday 25 April 2017

Global community crafts £26m deal to fund expansion with venture cash

LoveCrafts was founded by Nigel Whiteoak, left, Cherry Freeman and Edward Griffith

A CREATOR of online craft communities has today announced the completion of a £26 million funding round led by Scottish Equity Partners (SEP), the biggest investment in a venture-funded business in the UK this year.

12:00am Tuesday 25 April 2017

Michael Fry: Voting Tory in the General Election will consign Scotland to the sticks

The Tory Party will always choose England's interests over Scotland's

DON’T be part of the 33 per cent! That is my message to all those who, like me, are of a conservative disposition but in the last ten or 20 years have got out of the habit of voting Tory.

12:00am Tuesday 25 April 2017

Subdued economy triggers action call

Neil Amner of the Scottish Chamber of Commerce

SCOTLAND’s business leaders are calling for a “clear steer” from government to address the problems facing an economy they describe as “subdued”.

12:00am Thursday 20 April 2017

Michelle Roger: Investment culture remains very much male-dominated

Rebecca Pick with her wearable alarm

LITTLE wonder there are so few female entrepreneurs heading big businesses when they receive just nine per cent of the investment put into British start-ups.

12:00am Monday 24 April 2017

Toothless regulation of MPs' second jobs is undermining public trust, committee warns

SNP MP Ronnie Cowan said appointments were rubber-stamped rather than scrutinised

MPS have attacked the system of regulating the outside interests of government ministers and civil servants as “toothless”.

12:00am Monday 24 April 2017

Zielsdorf family deportation case to be highlighted at rally in the Netherlands

The Zielsdorf family has been living in Scotland for over eight years

THE case of a Canadian family living in the Highlands who face being deported next month will be highlighted at a rally in the Netherlands tomorrow.

12:00am Friday 21 April 2017

Energy boss buys English oil firm

Mark Cavanagh with Keith Murray of Oil Plus

AN Aberdeen-based energy industry entrepreneur has snapped up Oil Plus Ltd, a specialist oil and gas consultancy based in Berkshire, south England.

12:00am Thursday 20 April 2017

Pat Kane: Theresa May should realise there is more than one way to be a strong leader

Theresa May and Donald Trump as depicted by artist Bambi in a piece of street art in London’s Islington

‘STRONG and stable leadership... strong and stable leadership...” Theresa May used the term 14 times during her first General Election stump speech, and incessantly throughout the day. We’ve received the message, Prime Minister.

12:00am Saturday 22 April 2017
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