It was becoming somewhat obvious that HMRC could not deliver on its promises by April 2024, with the very limited testing, together with significant problems, meant that this delay was inevitable.
Contributor: Andy Vessey ATT - Head of Tax at Kingsbridge | Published: 4 January 2023
Thousands of businesses who are currently legally required to file mandatory reports will no longer have to do so, the Government has announced.
Contributor: Kate Palmer, HR Advice & Consultancy Director - Peninsula | Published: 22 October 2022
Despite new levels of funding being promised by the Government, a report by Aon highlights that one in six UK workers will balance their jobs with caring responsibilities by 2040. Even the most far-reaching legislative proposals will fall short of fully meeting this growing challenge, meaning employers will need to do more.
Contributor: Mark Witte, Head of health and risk consulting - Aon | Published: 5 November 2021
The Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) has welcomed the further support announced by the Chancellor to support businesses and viable jobs beyond 31st October, but calls for further support on training.
Contributor: Tania Bowers, Legal Counsel and Head of Public Policy - APSCo | Published: 1 October 2020
Eighty-five MPs are at serious risk of losing their seats in Parliament at the next, possibly imminent General Election, if they do not back contractors over Government’s controversial plans to extend the Off-Payroll rules into the private sector, according to research conducted by contracting authority ContractorCalculator.
Contributor: Dave Chaplin | Published: 5 December 2018
“There’s no doubt that office-to-residential conversions have had a positive impact on the number of new homes being built so any simplification of this process is to be welcomed. Empty commercial deadwood is helping to regenerate local neighbourhoods around the UK and it’s a trend that needs to continue."
Contributor: Various | Published: 1 November 2018
What we pay to fill up our cars vans and trucks isn’t regulated at all. And having no government overseer or impartial pricing body means that how, when and why forecourt prices rise, and fall remains a closely guarded secret. FairFuelUK along with hundreds of MPs and their constituents want this to change.
Contributor: Howard Cox | Published: 30 October 2018
Trade union Unite is accusing the government of using a bill due to return to the Commons this week, to shield employers who play ‘fast and loose’ with the safety of workers from having to pay compensation to those they injure. Contributor Howard Beckett.
Contributor: Howard Beckett | Published: 1 September 2018
The Government’s new ‘Bytes and Mortar’ construction deal is welcome, but must be combined with greater support for construction sector contractors. The joint Government-industry deal is worth £420 million and aims to transform construction by investing in new technologies to increase productivity and build homes faster.
Contributor: Andy Chamberlain | Published: 8 July 2018
The Government must urgently reconsider the rollout of Universal Credit (UC) and heed the growing warnings about the damage the policy has caused. Contributor Jordan Marshall, IPSE’s Policy Development Manager, commented IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed).
Contributor: Jordan Marshall | Published: 7 July 2018