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Brian Hay
Laura Tenison
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Debbie Pierce
Michael Oliver
Charlie Mullins
Jeremy Roberts
David Pollock
Julie Meyer
Tony Caldeira

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Lancashire County Council has joined forces with online marketplace Funding Circle in a bid to stimulate economic growth and employment.

The decline in business lending by the main high street banks points to a "breakdown" in their relationship with businesses, rather than a simple lack of demand, experts have told EN.

North West businesses have borrowed £1.1 million from online "crowd" lender Funding Circle in the last year.

Businesses in the South East have received £1.9 million worth of finance from online "crowd" lender Funding Circle in the past 12 months.

HM Treasury has delayed the announcement of an agreement with the UK’s banks over funding for small business.

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