They say no news is good news, and that was certainly the feeling of tax expert Richard Matthews, of Swindon-based chartered accountants Banks, who suspected the chancellor George Osborne would use the Autumn Statement to pull some nasty surprises from up his sleeve.
Instead, members of the public can log on to the firm’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/HillsGroup to decide which charities get an extra Christmas present this year.
The accolade was presented at a glittering ceremony in London, attended by 500 guests from accountancy firms large and small.
Operation Dasher, which was launched yesterday, is a bid to target crime and anti-social behaviour, during criminals’ most active time of year.
Oakwrights Bath was a warded the prize for Technical Excellence and Innovation in joinery manufacture and for the Apprentice/Trainee of the Year at the British Woodworking Federation (BWF) annual dinner.
Making the announcement this morning (Friday), chief executive Juliet Davenport said: “We think this is good news for our customers as we will not be raising our prices
Recent research has highlighted the growing trend for divorce in the over-60s, with people setting up in new relationships, married and cohabiting, or living on their own.
Nicola Grosvenor, specialist divorce solicitor at Devizes law firm Wansbroughs, believes this growing trend stems in part from the fact that they can