Londoners least likely to start own business

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Londoners least likely to start own business

How likely are Londoners to quit their 9-5 to start their own business?  

Not very according to a new report. Londoners are least likely to think about taking the start-up plunge. 

Amy Stanley from Charlton did take the start-up step founding Stanley's Cake Boutique. She joined author and journalist Rachel Bridge who specialises in entrepreneurship to explain more.

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