Business Secretary promises to tackle late payments for small businesses

Business secretary promises to tackle late payments for small businesses

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GB News’ Liam Halligan joins the founder of Don’t Buy Me Flowers, Steph Douglas, and Bev Turner to discuss business Secretary Jeremy Hunt promising to tackle late payments for small businesses.

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