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Thursday, February 16, 2017

Businesses have been warned to keep on top of their paperwork to avoid being named and shamed by the government as an example to others.

Here are the 360 employers named by the government for underpaying workers are:

A multi national company caught up in an escalating row over their move from Chatteris to Alconbury –cushioned by a five year free business rates package- has FOUR times refused to meet Fenland Council directors to discuss it.

Local business man Norman Bedford operates the largest and most successful Sunday and bank holiday car boot and market in the whole of Fenland, Cambridgeshire PE15 0PE.

A group of business leaders and politicians who decide where tens of millions of pounds of taxpayers’ money is spent in Cambridgeshire has revealed where that money has gone.

Entrepreneurs Andy Shovel and Peter Sharman are bringing their four year-old gourmet home delivery burger operation Chosen Bun to Ely.

The leader of Cambridgeshire County Council has added his voice to criticism of the Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).

The Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership has been accused of using taxpayer-funded incentives to encourage a firm to move to a site which its chairman’s company is building.

In a series of articles beginning today we will be examining astonishing claims made by MP Steve Barclay about the Greater Cambridge and Peterborough Enterprise Board (LEP). What was meant to be a vehicle for growth and opportunity is working, says the MP, but for almost everyone except those in Fenland.

Newspaper publisher Johnston Press has agreed to sell 13 titles in East Anglia and the East Midlands to Iliffe Media for £17 million.

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