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Euro Garages upgrades to Access payroll system
20 May, 2010

Euro Garages is to use the Access SelectPay solution to manage its payroll. Software solutions provider Access said

Tesco, Morrisons and Asda slash pump prices
20 May, 2010

Tesco has announced it is to slash its pump prices from tonight – joining rivals such as Asda and Morrisons in a fuel price war. The supermarket giant said it would chop petrol and diesel by 2ppl at all its 450 petrol stations in the UK. A Tesco spokesperson added: "We have recently seen an easing of the pressure on world oil prices and as

New transport minister to end 'war on motorist'
20 May, 2010

On his first day as Minister for Transport, Philip Hammond MP vowed to put a halt to Labour’s ‘war on the

Cost of fuel forces drivers to slow down
20 May, 2010

Motorists are quite literally slowing down because of the escalating cost of fuel, according to a new survey by car

Coalition agreement plans national recharging network for electric cars
20 May, 2010

The government has announced it will mandate a national recharging network

UKPIA names new director
13 May, 2010

UKPIA has named Andy Roberts as its new Director of Environment, Health & Safety. Roberts takes over from Ian McPherson, who has retired after

Government praised for scrapping NI hike
13 May, 2010

The Forum of Private Business has welcomed the new coalition government’s decision to scrap the planned 1% hike in employers’ national

Election outcome peceived as positive for finances of just 8% of consumers
13 May, 2010

New research from Mintel reveals just 8% of consumers think the election was

Richard Branson for transport minister, says AA poll
13 May, 2010

Rail and air tycoon Richard Branson topped an AA/Populus poll for the next transport minister, prior to the election

Local Shops Pledge gains strength
12 May, 2010

More than 40 of the prospective parliamentary candidates that signed the ACS' Local Shops Pledge have gone on to become MPs, including members

When a major car manufacturer like Ford predicts that sales of its electrified cars will outnumber petrol and diesel models by 2022, does that ring alarm bells about the possible speed of change for forecourts?