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“Labour – the true party of small business”


LABOUR is the true party of small business, according to Warrington South Parliamentary candidate Faisal Rashid.
They plan to establish a new Business Development Agency (BDA) to act as a one-stop shop for business support.
It aims to provide:
* £16 billion investment for the North West
* Upgrade the region’s infrastructure with Crossrail for the North
* 13 Post Banks in Warrington providing face-to-face, relationship banking,
* Upgrade 99.4 per cent per of premises in Warrington South to full fibre broadband
* Stamp out late payments
* Scrap quarterly reporting for the smallest businesses
* Fundamentally reform business rates.
Mr Rashid said: “The Tories have held back great British high streets in towns like Warrington. They’ve allowed the periodic hikes in rates that can make life impossible for SMEs, and they’ve made no serious attempt to stop their chums and donors in big business making late payments to smaller enterprises – which we know can fatally undermine a struggling company.
“This is Labour’s plan to end that unfairness, and level the business playing field in Warrington South and across the country. That’s real change for small businesses.”


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