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BUSINESS AFTER BREXIT

Extract taken from Sage e-book  As from 11pm (GMT) on 31 December 2020, the UK now have a customs border with EU countries, with full customs controls. This means import and export declarations will be required for a business task that was formerly comparatively straightforward, such as bringing goods into the UK from France or Germany. C
Whether it can ease symptoms of the virus or not, one in five Brits are deficient in vitamin D. Find below, suggestions in how we can be stocking up on the ‘sunshine vitamin’ this Winter:IT CAN R
by Juliet Wheater Who couldn’t do with a lift in this continued crazy world we’re living in right now? In these uncertain and anxious times, not only are we dealing with numerous stressors but ma
 by Diane Hey - Therapist, Employer, EducatorVice Chair Beauty Professional Apprenticeship Trailblazer Steering GroupApprenticeship AmbassadorAs the world faces the largest challenge known in our
  We at the UK Spa Association are delighted to present our 15th National Spa Week as from 9th – 15th November. Now that spa is back to work and in no small part, due to the i
 More and more people are having therapy; around 1.5 million Britons saw a private therapist last year, and with the Covid pandemic triggering mental health issues for many, it’s likely this year
By Juliet Wheater It was reported back in April, that the Himalayas were visible from India , amid the government’s lockdown to fight the corona virus, allowing residents to see the towering peak
By Juliet Wheater  People are falling in love with crystals, a trend accelerated by celebrity endorsements from the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow, Victoria Beckham, Katy Perry, Khloe Kardashian,
 Thankfully many spas are now open and operational. We at the UK Spa Association, fought long and hard for this outcome so we wondered how members of our industry felt about their return to the w

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