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Schools lined up for conversion far outweigh number of sponsors, says NAO

Plans to convert the nation’s schools into academies have been scuppered due to a lack of sponsors, according to the ...
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Charity Commission addresses safeguarding issues in recent summit

The Charity Commission for England and Wales has revealed the details of a recent summit concerning charity safeguarding ...
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DfE uses free funding measures get teachers back into the classroom

The Department for Education (DfE) has announced a new scheme aiming to get teachers back into the classroom ...
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Fluid power supplier agrees £10.2 million ‘double acquisition’

A prominent UK supplier of fluid power products has agreed to acquire two similar companies for a sum of £10.2 ...
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UK start-ups going down under

UK tech start-ups have travelled to Australia to see how Australian ‘smart’ cities are tackling the problem of air pollution, ...
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QOF less popular now than five years ago

A survey by Pulse magazine has found that almost half of GPs want to see the Quality Outcomes Framework (QOF) ...
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Schools must be prepared to pay for maintenance from their own pocket, says LGA

Cuts to school funding could impact on the welfare of up to five million children, a new study has revealed ...
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Manufacturers still worried about the impact of the Apprenticeship Levy

A new report has warned that the Apprenticeship Levy, set to be implemented next month, is regarded by many manufacturers ...
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Help with VAT Flat Rate Scheme

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) have written to most small businesses that will be affected by the changes to the ...
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Chancellor’s U-turn over NIC hike

Chancellor Philip Hammond faced such a barrage of criticism over his Budget announcement that the rate of National Insurance Contributions ...
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Take paperwork chaos up with your MP, the BDA urges

As the row over the National Performers List continues to bubble away, the British Dental Association (BDA) has urged those ...
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New talent recruited across our offices

Having won a number of awards in the last year – including being named Best Tax Practice in a Regional ...
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CBI Calls for Cuts in Environmental Taxes

The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has called on the government to scrap it Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) and remove ...
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VAT Added to HMRC’s Online Services

HMRC have announced that they have added a VAT view liabilities and payments feature to their Business Tax Dashboard and ...
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Five-a-Side Football Merger Expected

Two Scotland-based five-a-side football companies which dominate the UK market for renting pitches are widely expected to be on the ...
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Watchdog Pressured to Investigate Tax Avoidance

It has been suggested that Whitehall’s watchdog, the National Audit Office, is being pressured to launch an investigation into tax ...
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HMRC Urged to Rethink Cash Accounting Plans

HMRC have been urged by the Chartered Institute of Taxation to go back to the drawing board in relation to ...
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Pensioners Could Boost Income

Following a recent survey, it has been revealed that the majority of pensioners could boost their annual income by at ...
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