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Employment and Small Businesses

20th Dec, 14

Employment and Small Businesses        What Business for Britain thinks?

– Businesses should be able to discriminate in favour of young British workers.

– Repeal the Agency Workers Directive.

– Conduct a skills review to better inform our education system and qualifications

– Encourage councils to provide more free parking for the high street.

– Simplify planning regulations and licences for empty commercial property vacant for over a year. 

– Extend the right of appeal for micro businesses against HMRC action.

To find out more about all UKIP's latest policies click on Policies for People

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