Medical cannabis: ‘Convince people that you’re serious’

Rick Brar is a Canadian farmer who started growing cannabis when the government there legalised it for medical use. After that, he opened a lab to make...

Bounce back loans: Hunting down the Covid loan fraudsters

More than £40bn has been lent to struggling firms though the government’s bounce back loan scheme.Worth up to £50,000 per application, the loans offer a lifeline to...

Budget 2021: What is it and when will it happen?

By Kevin PeacheyPersonal finance correspondent, BBC News..This year's Budget will be one of the most closely watched in a generation - coming amid the pandemic and its...

‘A spike in pandemic-related investments’

EY Africa's Sandile Hlophe has told the BBC that foreign direct investment in Africa has changed due to the coronavirus pandemic, but not for the worse."There has...

Google threatens to withdraw search engine from Australia

.Reuters.Google says the new law will lead to it disabling its search tool for AustraliansGoogle has threatened to remove its search engine from Australia over the nation's...

Supermarket staff: ‘We’re lucky if people wear masks’

By Annabel RackhamNewsbeat reporter.Skye Henson.Skye works in a supermarket in Lincoln"People did take the first lockdown a lot more seriously - in this lockdown we're lucky if...

Eight things we learned about new businesses in lockdown

Since September we have been speaking to people who created start-ups during the pandemic for our business advice series CEO Secrets. Series producer Dougal Shaw explains what...

Brexit: Dover-Calais route ‘will work well on 1 January’

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Brexit: ‘Bumpy’ period expected as UK adjusts to new EU rules

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How dependent is the UK on the EU for food?

By Dearbail JordanBusiness reporter, BBC News.EPA.A taste of things to come? France's decision to stop lorry drivers entering from the UK could affect fresh food suppliesFrance's decision...