I think history is useful but also hard work so I would say take it
You probably haven't thought this far but do you know what A-Levels or degree you want to do?
History opens a lot of doors and Business is viewed as quite trivial in comparison, I'd recommend Economics instead (if you're academic, that is)
RE grade boundaries are supposed to be really high, all my friends who do it find it hard even though they're religious so I wouldn't necessarily advise it because an A* is like 95% or something.
Business Studies I don't know about but people have said the A levels a bit of a joke because its really easy so I presume the GCSE is too though maybe not.
I do History and Geography and they're quite a bit of work but History is so interesting and even though theres quite a bit to learn you don't actually really need to know dates, more just generally what happens and because its not boring its quite easy to remember, and Geography I personally don't like that much but most of my friends do.
Geography has really low grade boundaries and it's all about memory, I just memorized all the case studies and got 98% overall.
I'd also recommend doing Geography and History together because both great choices at A-Level, they get a lot more interesting
Take history. I want to take up history in Sixth Form as I want to go on to study law at uni and I regret taking RS instead for GCSE. RS is okay, but if I could change now I would definitely go for history.
What are the main topics in the history course at your school?