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Fifteen people stabbed to death in London since the start of the year, in a grim new benchmark for violence.
A Brexit-shaped hole in patent law has left one of the most innovative parts of the economy without direction or leadership.
NASUWT demands immediate implementation of HM Treasury decision to equalise adult survivor benefits in public service pension schemes
The NASUWT- the Teachers’ Union has written to the Secretary of State for Education to demand that there is immediate implementation for teachers of the decision relayed to the NASUWT by HM Treasury to equalise adult survivor benefits in public service pension schemes for same-sex married and civil partners.
"It is not clear that a turnover-based tax, particularly at rates as high as three per cent, would be fully and effectively creditable against profits based taxes."
The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has welcomed a “practical and pragmatic” agreement between the UK and Scottish Governments on changes to tax reliefs following last month’s Scottish Budget.
Railways risk becoming obsolete unless the industry fully embraces digital technology and offers passengers enhanced services, a conference heard on Thursday.