The Government must press head with its commitment to major infrastructure projects in the East of England, despite uncertainty created by the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, leaders at Suffolk Chamber of Commerce said today.
Suffolk-based pubs and brewing group Greene King has received its fifth consecutive Certificate of Excellence from travel review website TripAdvisor for the quality of its Westgate Brewery tours in Bury St Edmunds.
An emergency budget to deal with the fallout from the referendum vote to leave the EU looks unlikely to take place until the autumn, with Chancellor George Osborne saying today it was better to delay action to shore up the public finances until a new prime minister is in place.
Campaigners from the business community on both sides of the EU membership debate were agreed yesterday on the need for the Government to make stability its top priority in the wake of the vote for Brexit.
One of Suffolk’s oldest and most successful family businesses has been given permission to expand its operations – despite community concerns it has already outgrown the hamlet from which it takes its name.
With just hours left before EU referendum polls open, both campaigns have been making their final pitches to business. Here, Stephen Britt, managing director of Anchor Storage near Debenham in Suffolk, explains his choice.
With just hours left before EU referendum polls open, both campaigns have been making their final pitches to business. Here, Daya Thayan, chief executive of Kingsley Healthcare in Lowestoft, explains his choice.
Britain’s businesses are “very disappointed” at how both sides in the EU referendum debate have conducted their campaigns, the acting leader of the UK’s chamber of commerce movement said during a visit to Suffolk.