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The amount of tax paid by UK businesses in the past year has gone up by £8 billion.

A new poll of employees working in UK small businesses has revealed that four in ten of them have quit because of a bad boss.

A leading jobs platform has revealed that British freelancers have experienced a significant drop in the amount of work coming from firms in EU member states.

A new survey of British small businesses has found that more than half believe the tax system is working against them.

Workplace technology - including computer software and mobile tech - is putting pressure on one third of UK workers, according to a new study.

The government has provided £200 million of additional funding via the British Business Bank to support innovative start-ups and small firms that require finance to grow.

The UK employment boom is continuing, according to the latest labour market statistics.

The Federation of Small Businesses has partnered with Le Cordon Bleu to give aspiring entrepreneurs with a food business idea the chance to turn their dream into reality.

The UK labour market is discriminating against black and minority ethnic workers, according to a new report by the TUC.

Confidence among UK small businesses has fallen and many firms expect trouble ahead as economic uncertainty continues to take its toll.