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Police Scotland has paid a total VAT tax bill of £76.5m since its formation in 2013 – and remains the only UK force which is unable to reclaim the tax.

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Insurance broker TL Dallas Group has announced the continuation of its plans for expansion north of the Border with a move to new offices for its growing Edinburgh team. The Bradford-based firm, which has been operating in Scotland since 1993 when it established an office in Shetland to build on its

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Seven in 10 people who have accessed their pension since new freedoms introduced in April 2015 allowed over-50s free access to their retirement savings did not shop around for different products, according to new research. A Citizens Advice report found that a quarter of consumers (24 per cent) who

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Barclays has announced plans for a new £500 million fund to support smaller businesses in Scotland and help plug current finance gaps. The bank said the move will allow it to double its lending to businesses north of the border.

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The downturn in the UK oil and gas sector sparked by plumpeting global oil prices could see the number of UK jobs lost as a result top 120,000 by the end of this year, according to a report produced by Oil & Gas UK. The industry body estimates that 84,000 jobs linked to the industry went in 2015

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George Osborne Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne will today tell Scotland that a vote to leave the European Union would wipe £4.5bn from the economy north of the border and cost 40,000 Scottish jobs over the next two years.

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RSM’s corporate finance team in Scotland has acted on a range of high profile transactions with a total deal value in excess of £263 million – highlighting a significant uplift in deal activity. The firm’s Scottish-based team has advised on key deals, including a hat-trick of acquisitions for

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Royal Bank of Scotland has blown the whistle on its association with The Six Nations international rugby tournament. Still 73 per cent state-owned RBS has been the title sponsor of the Six Nations for 14 years, having agreed the tie-up in 2003.

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Activity in the Scottish housing market slowed during May as a decline in new properties coming on to the market was accompanied by a drop in new buyer enquiries. According to latest figures from industry body RICS, a net balance of 13 percent more chartered surveyors reported a fall in demand while

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A new business network is being launched this evening to promote trade links between Scotland and Ireland. The Irish Business Network Scotland features established and new companies with ambitions of expansion.

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Social landlords in Scotland and across the UK have managed to reduce back office costs while increasing annual turnover, according to new data analysis from HouseMark. The provider of social housing data's figures show that landlords north of the border have reduced costs in real terms across all a

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