With cutting edge design, power, light, wi-fi and oodles of swanky fitted furniture, some of the buildings featured would make pretty decent places to live.
Heather had a plan to make money. It didn't work. Shirley's only got herself to blame, though. If only she'd used a professional ...
This month is unofficially the start of moustache season. It’s Movember, the month formerly known as November, when men (and maybe some women) in the UK and around the world take to growing that most noble type of facial hair: the moustache.
As well as bonfire night, it's National Freelancers Day on the 23rd. It's just as spectacular (without quite so many fireworks and burnt effigies, perhaps.)
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Despite encouragement and explicit direction from government for banks to open their coffers, SMEs are still struggling to get funding.
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