ICSM Credit News: Sunak says UK economy is 'damaged'; jobs go at papermill; warning over rise in thefts as recession bites; Stoke printer goes bust; and a vote in favour of printed catalogues

ICSM Credit News: Sunak says UK economy is 'damaged'; jobs go at papermill; warning over rise in thefts as recession bites; Stoke printer goes bust; and a vote in favour of printed catalogues

ICSM Credit News: Estate agent in turmoil, pressure on FCA to act on £235m fraud; and more firms enter administration due to the Covid-19 economic crisis

ICSM Credit News: Estate agent in turmoil, pressure on FCA to act on £235m fraud; and more firms enter administration due to the Covid-19 economic crisis

News in brief: the nightmare of Carillion continues; another retailing giant teeters on the brink; plus those firms most hit by the Covid-19 crisis

News in brief: the nightmare of Carillion continues; another retailing giant teeters on the brink; plus those firms most hit by the Covid-19 crisis 

Print Industry News: trade journal reports on latest Printing Outlook report; more firms liquidated and stationery firm calls FOUL over lockdowns

Gareth Ward of Print Business

Print Industry News: trade journal reports on latest Printing Outlook report; more firms liquidated and stationery firm calls FOUL over lockdowns

Furlough folly: the Government dangles the vaccine carrot in front of industry to buy time this winter - instead we need is to get back to work NOW with no more lockdowns and an end to furlough

Furlough folly: the Government dangles the vaccine carrot in front of industry to buy time this winter - instead we need is to get back to work NOW with no more lockdowns and an end to furlough

Business Armageddon postponed until March – but retailers continue to collapse as lockdown kills footfall - including one of the Duchess of Cambridge's favourite stores

Pic: Daily Mirror

Business Armageddon postponed until March – but retailers continue to collapse as lockdown kills footfall - including one of the Duchess of Cambridge's favourite stores

Stop the clock: why there won’t be an EU trade deal on December 31 but instead 2020 will be extended

Stop the clock: why there won’t be an EU trade deal on December 31 but instead 2020 will be extended

Those gatekeeper excuses on why you’ve not been paid

Those gatekeeper excuses on why you’ve not been paid including ‘the finance director is not here today,’ plus 20 more you don't want to hear

Print industry news updates: paper manufacturer

Print industry news updates: paper manufacturer's revenue drop; Wood Mitchell Printers go bust; and Reach (Trinity Mirror) set to shut two plants with 150 jobs in danger

ICSM Credit welcomes extended furlough ‘but it’s no substitute for normal business’ plus it’s no shoe in for Clarks, another haulier goes bust and eyebrows raised over stationer’s demise

Pic: BBC

ICSM Credit welcomes extended furlough ‘but it’s no substitute for normal business’ - plus it’s no shoe in for Clarks, another haulier goes bust and eyebrows raised over stationer’s demise

Printing industry mourns the collapse of Westdale Press as the Covid-19 recession continues plus more news from the printing industry

Printing industry mourns the collapse of Westdale Press as the Covid-19 recession continues plus more news from the printing industry

We can't keep going into lockdown - Ian Carrotte on how the Government's Covid-19 policy is destroying business and creating the worst recession in living memory

We can't keep going into lockdown - Ian Carrotte on how the Government's Covid-19 policy is destroying business and creating the worst recession in living memory

COMMENT: ICSM Credit’s Ian Carrotte hopes for a decisive result in the USA election as ‘we’ve got enough economic uncertainty as it is’

COMMENT: ICSM Credit’s Ian Carrotte hopes for a decisive result in the USA election as ‘we’ve got enough economic uncertainty as it is’

Urgent ICSM Credit Industry Wide Warning: beware the dodgy debt collectors who only want more of your money for doing nothing

Urgent ICSM Credit Industry Wide Warning: beware the dodgy debt collectors who only want more of your money for doing nothing

ICSM Credit's November Newsletter: James Bond, lockdowns and the return of the bad old habits of the banks - plus who has gone bust recently

ICSM Credit's November Newsletter: James Bond, lockdowns and the return of the bad old habits of the banks - plus who has gone bust recently

Help! Edinburgh Woollen Mill on the brink while Pizza Express slash jobs and sites as close to 3,000 restaurants have shut up shop this year

Help! Edinburgh Woollen Mill on the brink while Pizza Express slash jobs and sites as close to 3,000 restaurants have shut up shop this year

News shorts: Capita in fight to survive; double dip recession prediction; and watch out as the banks return to their bad habits of imposing high interest rates, bank charges and worse

News shorts: Capita in fight to survive; double dip recession prediction; and watch out as the banks return to their bad habits of imposing high interest rates, bank charges and worse

You’ve been warned: this defender of the under-attack night time economy whose liquidated firms owe millions of pounds is a serial defaulter

Alex Proud. Pic: City Business

You’ve been warned: this defender of the under-attack night time economy whose liquidated firms owe millions of pounds is a serial defaulter

Are the DVLA selling your commercial vehicle details to cowboy parking firms? Plus hauliers collapse into administration due to Covid-19

Are the DVLA selling your commercial vehicle details to cowboy parking firms? Plus hauliers collapse into administration due to Covid-19

October’s Retail Armageddon: French Connection, Peacocks and Edinburgh Woollen Mill in trouble but Poundstretcher plans on opening new stores despite agreeing a CVA to slash rents as ICSM Credit slams it as 'the new normal'

Pic: Vogue for French Connection

October’s Retail Armageddon: French Connection, Peacocks and Edinburgh Woollen Mill in trouble but Poundstretcher plans on opening new stores despite agreeing a CVA to slash rents as ICSM Credit slams it as 'the new normal'

ICSM Credit issues a red warning light to firms who supply care homes with anything from brochures to blankets as the numbers closing or being liquidated rises after ITV's shocking report

Picture: ITV's Paul Brand

ICSM Credit issues a red warning light to firms who supply care homes with anything from brochures to blankets as the numbers closing or being liquidated rises revealed in ITV's shocking report

ICSM Credit Print Industry News: Covid 19 causes more printers to call in the administrators, plus anger over the firm taking five years to pay suppliers

ICSM Credit Print Industry News: Covid 19 causes more printers to call in the administrators, plus anger over the firm taking five years to pay suppliers

ICSM Credit’s Ian Carrotte backs the IPIA’s call to arms to save the printing industry and he slams his local MP for not replying to his written concerns over Covid-19 lock downs

ICSM Credit’s Ian Carrotte backs the IPIA’s call to arms to save the printing industry and slams his local MP for not replying to his written concerns over Covid-19 lock downs

IPIA member interviewed on Sky News speaking about the way Government lockdowns and Covid-19 have brought devastation to the printing industry - read Brendan Perring's letter on how you can lobby MPs

IPIA member interviewed on Sky News on how Government Covid-19 rules have brought devastation to the printing industry - read Brendan Perring's letter on how you can lobby MPs

ICSM Credit’s PRINT INDUSTRY NEWS: Jewish newspaper wound up; Scottish ‘eco’ printer liquidated; and 2021 trade shows haemorrhage exhibitors

The relaunched Jewish Chronicle

ICSM Credit’s PRINT INDUSTRY NEWS: Jewish newspaper wound up; Scottish ‘eco’ printer liquidated; and 2021 trade shows haemorrhage exhibitors as doubts grow over Drupa and Fespa

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