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The latest government figures show that the number of self-employed workers in the UK has risen to over five million.

A raft of employment reforms will include the new legal right to two weeks' paid leave for parents who suffer the devastating loss of a child.

The Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) has advised the government to drop the salary threshold for immigrants to £25,600.

Small and medium-sized firms in the UK have accumulated £86 billion of cash and they are keeping it in current accounts that pay little or no interest.

Last year, almost 700,000 new firms were launched in the UK, a 2.8% rise compared to a year ago.

A new study has uncovered the universities with the highest number of entrepreneurs among their graduates.

A new online lead generation service aimed at UK tradespeople has been launched today by Get Work in partnership with Google.

Two new business surveys have highlighted the challenges facing UK firms but they also suggest there is light at the end of the Brexit tunnel.

The government has launched a review of the upcoming changes to off-payroll working rules but its scope is limited to ensuring a smooth transition when the new rules come into force in April.

A new survey by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has found that business owners are worried about sharing banking data electronically, despite the benefits.