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London loses out in business rates revamp

Published on Saturday 4th of March 2017 12:07:28 AM in BBC

The revaluation of business rates next month will see London paying an extra £800m a year to support services in other parts of England, the Institute for Fiscal Studies said. Under the changes, London councils will see their incomes rise as business rates there jump, while ...

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How did this BBC news article about Business fare in social circles?
  • Total number of Likes, Shares, Tweets, Re-Tweets, Pins, Bookmarks & Stumbles :
    43
  • Amongst social networks, this article was most active on Linkedin
  • Total shares on Linkedin : 32
  • Total Plus Ones on Google : 10
  • Total Pins on Pintrest : 1
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    43
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