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Prime Minister Theresa May has won the approval in Brussels that she sought for the withdrawal agreement with the EU (https://bit.ly/2K6ZCMT) and the political statement (https://bit.ly/2DDGXaa) that suggests how future EU-UK relationships might develop.
Guaranteed to be less frantic than Black Friday, and more old-fashioned than Cyber Monday, the next date on the retail calendar is coming up at the end of this week — Small Business Saturday is on 1 December.
Prime Minister Theresa May has received more enthusiastic support from trade bodies with regard to her Brexit agreement with the European Commission than she has from her backbench colleagues or even her Cabinet.
With just four banks accounting for most commercial lending in the UK, the lack of competition in the small business banking sector has become a chronic issue, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has warned.
As Prime Minister Theresa May began the difficult task of selling to her Cabinet colleagues the Brexit text she has agreed with Brussels, the European Commission published its contingency action plan in the event of a no deal scenario with the UK.