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Small firms 'struggling to set up shop in London'

The centre of London is the hardest place in the capital to start up and run a small company, according to the Federation of Small Businesses.

It blames higher costs and rent in areas such as Kensington and Chelsea, and wants taxes to be more evenly spread.

Asad Ahmad talks to Susie Thornhill from The Troubadour, Julia Dyer, owner of Ottie and the Bea and Sue Terpilowski from the Federation of Small Businesses.

  • 06 Oct 2014