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27 Feb 2020

The Government has issued guidance to assist employers and businesses provide advice to staff on the Coronavirus and how to preventthe spread of all respiratory infections

26 Feb 2020

CyclingIndustry.News' third annual Independent Retail Study is now available to purchase in full

26 Feb 2020

The ACT returned to iceBike* 2020 and focussed on three core initiatives; Ride it away, Cytech and Local Bike Shop Day

26 Feb 2020

Singer and now author Frankie Bridge has helped launch the search to find the UK's Best Small Shop of 2020

25 Feb 2020

The Environment Bill includes commitments on tackling plastic pollution and details how they plan on meeting the net-zero target by 2050

25 Feb 2020

From 20th February the new polymer £20 will enter circulation and begin appearing in ATMs across the UK

25 Feb 2020

The most recent updates from the APPGCW Cycling & Walking showcase

24 Feb 2020

Ideas that can help you to get your customers and the wider community involved in Local Bike Shop Day

17 Feb 2020

Why you should take part in Ride to Work Week 2020

17 Feb 2020

Register for your free trade entry to London Bike Show now

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The UK takes to the polls

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News , Political News

The UK general election is happening today on the 12th December 2019.

Polling stations are open from 7am to 10pm, with the election being described by BBC assistant political editor Norman Smith as "one of the most seismic elections many of us will know in our lifetimes".

Friday morning will reveal whether there is a clear winner or hung parliament, as many experts predict, but there will be an exit poll at around 10pm on Thursday. The Guardian reports that, since 1997, exit polls have been fairly representative of the final result.

For some last minute guidance, various articles have been compiled by the ACT, CyclingIndustry.News and The Guardian among others that clarify exactly how each political party's manifestos intend on improving cycling infrastructure.

The BBC have also created an overview of what the UK election result could possibly mean for exchange rates and the wider economy, depending on the outcome.

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