Small Businesses' Budget Plea To Forbes
Daily Record|December 06, 2021
A CAMPAIGN group is calling for more support for small businesses in this week's budget after figures showed Scotland lost almost 20,000 during a year of the pandemic.
Lucinda Cameron

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has written to Finance Secretary Kate Forbes and says her plan should be designed specifically to help smaller businesses finally turn the corner.

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