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- Taxpayers forced to hang on the phone while calling HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) lost the equivalent of £97m last year, a spending watchdog has said. The National Audit Office …Read More »
- Open consultation: Implementation of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) judgment on diesel fuel used in private pleasure craftWe are inviting views on, and seeking information about, proposed changes to the rules for red diesel used in private pleasure craft as a result of the judgment of the CJEU.HM Government
- Guidance: Ceramic tableware and kitchenware originating in the People’s Republic of China (Anti-Dumping Duty 2343)Find out about the anti-dumping duty on ceramic tableware and kitchenware from the People’s Republic of China.HM Government
- Guidance: Imports of hot-rolled steel sheet piles originating in the People’s Republic of China (Anti-Dumping Duty 2342)Find out about the termination of the anti-dumping investigation on imports of hot-rolled steel sheet piles, originating in the People’s Republic of China.HM Government
- Capital Gains ManualThis manual is to help people compute chargeable gains (and allowable losses) for both capital gains tax and corporation tax purposes or check computations. It supplements the basic guidance in the tax return and Help Sheets. It is written primarily for HMRC staff but it will also assist customers and their professional advisers. Customers filling […]HM Government
- Notice: Official customs seals and trader sealing (Notice 205)This notice explains how to recognise official customs seals, and how authorised traders can use their own seals in place of official customs seals.HM Government
- Two million workers could become eligible for statutory sick payThe government says it wants to extend eligibility to the lowest paid employees.
- New face of the Bank of England's £50 note is revealed as Alan TuringThe note - once called the currency of corrupt elites - gets a makeover with the image of a computer pioneer.
- China's economy grows at slowest pace since 1990sChina's economy has been slowing despite Beijing's efforts to boost spending and cut taxes.
- Politics of automation: Factory workers and robotsHumans and robots working together in a factory may excite some tech geeks, but worry others who fear job losses.
- The pound's fall: A tale of two citiesMore Americans are visiting London and splashing the cash as Brits in New York are counting the cents.