The Co-operative group has entered “exclusive talks” to acquire the UK-based convenience store operator Nisa, the BBC has reported.
With more than 800 customers across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, Scarborough-based Stuart’s Foods is one of the region’s largest suppliers of quality and ethically-sourced food ingredients. However, the business has expanded rapidly with its acquisition of the assets of S Clift
A Judge this month called for a change to the rules which inform how much maintenance a parent should pay.
A UK landlord has been ordered to pay upwards of £15,000 over a series of worrying health and safety failings and a failure to comply with an improvement notice.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) appears to be taking a ‘more aggressive’ approach to collecting Inheritance Tax (IHT) in the UK, after a new report revealed that the IHT receipts surged by more than 20 per cent in the first
A split in the ranks of Chelsea’s aristocratic society could prove to be one of Britain’s most costly divorces.
A couple engaged in a legal battle to have civil partnerships made available to all – regardless of their sexual orientation – are to take their case to the Supreme Court.
The Government has proposed a new fund aimed at supporting start-ups and entrepreneurs once Britain has left the European Union.
Lawyers at one of York’s leading law firms are celebrating after been shortlisted in two categories at the Yorkshire Legal Awards 2017. Hethertons Solicitors has been recognised by the judges in the Law Firm (1-10 Partners) category and the Employment
A six-month crackdown on rogue landlords named Operation Magnify led to almost 200 arrests of illegal immigrants at over 250 raided properties. 24 landlords were also caught and fined up to £3,000 for every illegal worker found.