Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Tag: Study

Federation of Small Businesses asks government ‘what’s your offer?’

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The Conservative Party’s relationship with business is at risk following the biggest small business tax hike in British history.

Study finds gambling premises concentrated in “deprived areas”

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A study has found one fifth of all UK gambling venues are located in “left behind” areas of the country - hardly surprising given that so many other sectors are unwilling to invest in these communities. However, trade bodies have been forced to once again defend the sector’s social and economic contribution.

Parents ready to spend on kids this summer, says new research

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A new study has shown that British parents spend more than £2,600 a year keeping their children entertained, with theme park’s being kids favourite pastime. According to research which polled 2,000 parents, the average family will pay up more than £400 on trips to soft play centres, while more than £600 each year is spent on meals out. The study also...

Government migration study keeps hospitality bodies alert to employment fears

There was more to worry the British leisure and hospitality sector than reassure it in the government’s recent post-Brexit migration workers study. Albeit an interim report, the ‘EEA workers in the UK labour market’ update was collated from evidence received by more than 400 businesses and industry bodies and stated that “lower migration would very likely lead to lower growth...

More than half of Britons gamble, study finds

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A new report by the Gambling Commission has found that nearly a half of adult Britons gamble, with more than a third doing so weekly.   The UK Gambling Commission has released a report detailing the most prominent patterns and attitudes of Britons and noted that nearly half of those surveyed gamble. The GC’s Gambling Prevalance Survey found, which asked approximately 3,000...