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The News section lists important news items recently published, regarding government policy and issues affecting UK citizens.
New tax changes come into effect at the start of each financial year. Here’s a list of things coming into effect in April 2015 to back businesses and support people.
This April, some employers may need to pay their employees and report their PAYE on a different date than usual.
The FCO has updated its travel advice to Kenya, adding advice against all but essential travel to:
- Within 15km of the coast from the Tana River down to and including Tiwi.
The Right to Buy Social Mobility Fund will particularly help those looking to move for work, to be nearer to family, or those whose properties are difficult to mortgage.
To increase the clarity of NMW rules, new regulations, the National Minimum Wage Regulations 2015, will come into force on 6 April 2015.
A landmark Bill to help eradicate modern slavery received Royal Assent today (Thursday 26th March).
Communities Secretary presents British Heroes of the Holocaust Medals to families of 3 British heroes.
The Government has responded to the Defence Select Committee’s report on the UK’s activity to tackle ISIL, rejecting the suggestion that the UK’s contribution has been “modest”.
HMRC agrees to fund 13 projects to provide support to customers who need extra help.
The Dstl Supplier Day will take place on 7 July 2015 giving suppliers the opportunity to find out about how to get involved in Dstl’s work.