Editor's Leader April 2017

DeeDee Doke, editor

Napoleon is usually credited, or blamed, with once characterising Great Britain as a nation of shopkeepers.

Napoleon is usually credited, or blamed, with once characterising Great Britain as a nation of shopkeepers. Perhaps it’s time to evolve that legendary characterisation to ‘a nation of self-employed’. From tech start-up entrepreneur to ‘White Van Man’ who might do some DIY on a cash-only basis, the UK’s self-employed population boasts a colourful and hard-working spectrum...

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