Business leaders have welcomed government action that should make it easier for small firms to access the much-vaunted Coronavirus Business Intervention Loans Scheme.
Changes to the rules were announced on Monday by the chancellor of the exchequer Rishi Sunak (pictured). And earlier today (Thursday) the government announced that £4.1 billion had been lent to small businesses under the loans scheme.
A controversial scheme to tunnel a two-mile section of the heavily-congested A303 near Stonehenge has been green-lit in today’s Budget.
Delivering his first Budget to the House of Commons today, Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak pledged £27 billion to be spent on road schemes between 2020 and 2025, and singled out the £1.9 billion A303 scheme.
Swindon-based accountancy practice MHA Monahans has been shortlisted for the IRIS Customer Awards, beating off competition from tens of thousands of other UK-based accountancy companies and being recognised as one of the top performers in the accountancy sector.
The industry awards, which focus on celebrating and showcasing excellence in accountancy, are held biennially. MHA Monahans is a finalist in this year’s Large Practice of the Year category, an accolade the company won back in 2018 at the inaugural Iris Customer Awards.