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Local Government Finance Settlement 2016 – 2017

Final local government finance settlement 2016 to 2017. The way ahead of funding local government.

 

David Cameron’s Speech on Prison Reform

David Cameron recently gave a speech outlining the government’s new approach to reforming the prison system.

 

Prime Minister’s Statement – EU Renegotiations

The House has now had the chance to study the documents published by the European Council yesterday.

 

Right to Rent Introduced Across England

Today (1 February 2016) the government’s Right to Rent scheme goes live across England.

 

David Cameron on Reforming the EU

Britain is going to hold a referendum on whether to stay in the European Union. Support for our membership has declined over many years.

 

The Main Reasons Why Cars Fail Their MOT

Nearly 50% of all faults found on MOTs could be avoided by carrying out regular, simple maintenance, like replacing bulbs, wipers and tyres.

 

Crown Commercial Service Events in March

The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) are attending 3 events throughout March so if you have any queries, or you’d simply like to find out more about what we do, then come and meet us.

 

Intellectual Property Advisor Training 2016

Reach your potential with quality intellectual property (IP) advisor training for business professionals.

 

LinkedIn and Recruitment in Manchester

Pioneering LinkedIn project to change the face of recruitment in Manchester.

 

 

Office for National Statistics Supplier Briefing 2021 Census

Invitation for suppliers to attend Census market engagement events.

 

Warfare in the Information Age (DSTL Webinar)

The webinar will discuss the opportunity, issues and military benefits that the Information Age presents in modern and future warfare.

 

EU Consultation on Intellectual Property Rights

Have your say: EU consultation on the enforcement of IP rights.

 

Support for Cyber Security Start-Ups

A new programme to support cyber security startups will help develop innovative technical solutions to keep the UK safe from cyber attacks, the Government has announced.

 

Free Companies Search on Companies House Website

The new beta companies search on the Companies House website has been expanded.

 

David Cameron Says Immigrants Should Learn English

Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s ‘Today’ programme, David Cameron said immigrants should be able to speak English within two and a half years of entering the country, or face the risk of deportation.

 

Armed Forces Covenant Employer Recognition Scheme

Businesses who proactively advocate and support the Armed Forces community will receive awards at No.10 Downing Street later today.

 

Immigration and Nationality Fees 2016 – 2017

Today 11 January 2016, the government set out its proposed changes to the fees for visas, immigration and nationality applications and associated premium services for 2016–17.

 

Public Procurers Learn How to Spot Bid-Rigging

Public procurers will be more able to spot and prevent bid-rigging and save taxpayers’ money with the launch of a new e-learning package.

 

Men Should Drink Less Than 1 Pint a Day

The UK Chief Medical Officers have updated their health advice on the intake of alcohol, saying any regular consumption whatsoever can lead to the development of cancer, and that men therefore should only drink 6 pints a week.

 

Civil Service Fast Stream February 2016

Civil Service Fast Stream second round application window opens 1 February 2016.

 

Paying Vehicle Tax by Direct Debit

You can pay your vehicle tax by Direct Debit – either online or by going to a Post Office that deals with vehicle tax.

 

Government to Build Affordable Homes

The Prime Minister will today announce that the government is to step in and directly commission thousands of new affordable homes.

 

Prime Minister’s New Year’s Message 2016

David Cameron wishes everyone the very best and a very happy new year.

 

New Year’s Honours List 2016

Overview of the New Year’s Honours List for 2016

 

HMRC International Tax Training Programmes

HMRC is once again running two international training and development programmes for senior managers and tax auditors.

 

More Basic Bank Accounts to be Launched January 2016

New Year boost for millions as fee-free bank accounts become available for first time.

 

Funding for Flooding Repairs in Cumbria and Lancashire

£40 million to help rebuild flood-hit roads for people in Cumbria and Lancashire.

 

Prime Minister’s Message Christmas 2015

Prime Minister David Cameron sends his best wishes to everyone celebrating Christmas in the UK and around the world.

 

HMRC Advice on Email Scams

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is urging customers to keep their personal details safe online ahead of the Self Assessment deadline.

 

EU Referendum to Take Place Before End of 2017

The legislation is now in place for the referendum to take place before the end of 2017.

 

Counter Terrorism Film Launched

Police and security agencies are working hard to protect the public but it is also important that communities remain vigilant and aware of how to protect themselves if the need arises.

 

Council Tax Refund Scams

Be cautious about people claiming to be able to reduce your council tax band for a fee.

 

Government Investigation into Muslim Brotherhood

Statement by David Cameron on the findings of the internal review to improve the government’s understanding of the Muslim Brotherhood.

 

HMRC Videos and Webinars on Self-Assessment

Help and support from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) if you fill in Self Assessment tax returns.

 

Feed-In Tariff Changes December 2015

Further revisions to renewable energy subsidies which ensure bill payers get value for money.