April 7, 2021

Car tax changes: Petrol, diesel and electric owners affected by new tax rise this April

CAR TAX changes introduced from today will see prices dramatically rise for owners of petrol, diesel and electric models.
April 7, 2021

Deliveroo riders set off flares outside company’s London HQ in strike over pay and conditions

Workers at meal delivery platform Deliveroo went on strike in London on Wednesday, calling for better pay and working conditions.
April 7, 2021

Co-op Group risks row by retaining part of state COVID funds

The Co-op Group will risk igniting a reputational row on Thursday when it announces that it will not repay all of the government funding it received during the pandemic – despite its 2500 food stores remaining open throughout.
April 7, 2021

Why Ireland will be among those most wary of America’s global corporation tax idea

Tax competition is a relatively young phenomenon.
April 7, 2021

Man wins court battle over Betfred’s refusal to pay out £1.7m jackpot

An online casino player has won a High Court fight against Betfred's refusal to pay out his £1.7 million jackpot winnings.
April 7, 2021

How to stop psychopaths and narcissists from winning positions of power

Why companies (and political parties) should screen leadership candidates for psychopathy and narcissism.
April 7, 2021

Corporation tax: why Janet Yellen’s call for a global minimum rate is a bad move

Not content with swinging behind a global digital tax, now the US treasury secretary wants to put paid to bargain corporation tax rates in general.
April 7, 2021

John Laing and Macquarie team up for £200m retirement venture

Two major investors in British infrastructure are joining forces in a £200m venture with the country's biggest retirement homebuilder in a renewed bid to tackle the undersupply of accommodation for the elderly.
April 7, 2021

Changes to NHS Test and Trace app mean everyone will now have to check in

Changes to the way we check in to venues and shops on the NHS Test and Trace app have been made ahead of the reopening of hospitality and retail from Monday.
April 7, 2021

HSBC could move more than 1,200 staff to permanent work-from-home contracts

HSBC is planning to move more than 1,200 of its staff to permanent work-from-home contracts, according to a report.
April 7, 2021

Driving lessons and tests to restart this month with demand to ‘skyrocket’

Demand for driving lessons and tests is expected to "skyrocket", as learner drivers wait on lessons to resume later this month.
April 7, 2021

Pod Point adds spark to float plan as it hires bankers

Pod Point, the electric car charging infrastructure network, is adding fresh spark to its plans to go public by strengthening its line-up of City advisers.