British Business Bank Reports Nearly 20,000 Startup Loans Issued In The North of England Since 2012

British Business Bank Reports Nearly 20,000 Startup Loans Issued In The North of England Since 2012

by Charlie Spargo (Prolific North), The British Business Bank (BBB) has recently completed its 75,000th startup loan (SUL) as part of its programme which has provided £623 million in investment to new businesses since it started in 2012. The UK Government’s economic development bank has made 19,846 SULs in the North of England alone, providing more than £160 million in

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Islamophobia Surges Amid Lockdown Warn Civic Leaders in North of England

Islamophobia surges amid lockdown warn civic leaders in north of England

Fears new Covid-19 restrictions announced on eve of Eid al-Adha may exacerbate community divisions By Helen Pidd, Josh Halliday, Amy Walker and Nazia Parveen Wed 5 Aug 2020 17.46 BSTLast modified on Thu 6 Aug 2020 04.37 BST Zulfi Karim likes to claim there is no prouder Yorkshireman than him. As deputy lieutenant of West Yorkshire, he is the Queen’s representative in God’s Own County.

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Saudis Accuse Iran of ‘Direct Aggression’ Over Yemen Missile

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has accused Iran of an act of “direct military aggression” by supplying missiles to rebels in Yemen. This “may be considered an act of war”, state media quoted the prince as telling UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson in a telephone conversation. On Saturday, a ballistic missile was intercepted near the Saudi capital. Iran

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What the spread of Boko Haram has to do with Jesus’ return

By  Lucinda Borkett-Jones, The Islamist terrorist group known for kidnapping more than 250 Nigerian schoolgirls, has been active in conflicts in Mali, Central African Republic (CAR) and Syria, a spokesman for religious freedom said. The spread of the militant group can be seen as evidence of cooperation with other militant groups, including al-Qaeda and Al-Shabaab. All three groups are using

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Christian bakers face court action after refusing to make cake promoting same sex ‘marriage’

Northern Ireland’s Equality Commission has threatened to take legal action against a Christian-run bakery after it refused to bake a cake with the slogan ‘Support Gay Marriage.’ The owners of Asher Baking Co, based in Newtownabbey, said they were unable to produce the cake because it conflicted with their Biblical belief that marriage can only be between one man and one woman.

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