Morning briefing: The five Yorkshire business stories you must read today

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Good morning, this is Greg Wright, the deputy business editor of the Yorkshire Post. Here are the five business stories you must read today.

Britain’s fourth largest building society said it continued to grow its membership and increased its mortgage balances by 6 per cent since the end of 2018 but total profit before tax was down £32.4m.

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Skipton Building Society’s results

Are you putting enough aside for your retirement? Perhaps, you only think about it when you see the breakdown of your payslip at the end of the month. Or maybe not at all.

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Why we need to do more to ensure we have a happy retirement

The new Prime Minister has a number of issues to consider ranging from Brexit to climate change, and, like any other leader in his position, has a small window of opportunity to make an impact.

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Why we need to get tough to end this late payment culture

A YORKSHIRE garden centre has restructured its board as it gears up for growth and multi-site operations.

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Tong Garden Centre is blooming under dynamic owners

The latest column from Bird Lovegod. We’re transitioning from mechanical internal combustion engines to battery powered electrical motors.

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Why must prepare for transition to electrical cars