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More than 3.5 million customers need to submit their tax return and pay any tax due for the 2017 to 2018 tax year before the deadline of 31 January 2019.
The Defence Infrastructure Organisation’s new procurement plan outlines a programme of major projects and contacts for the next five financial years.
The suffix ‘gsi’ to be dropped from government email addresses from March 2019 after almost 23 years of usage.
In the run-up to Small Business Saturday on 1 December 2018, we look at some of the help available to small businesses, from funding to guidance and advice, through our modern Industrial Strategy.
From 1 April 2019, under Making Tax Digital, around 1 million businesses registered for VAT with a taxable turnover above £85,000 will need to keep their VAT records digitally and file their returns using Making Tax Digital-compatible software.
The UK House Price Index shows house price changes for England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Over 1500 companies across the UK have signed up to an innovative training scheme that could help prevent terror attacks.
The first hackathon will focus on real-time incident response and take place on 26-27 November 2018.
The annual China IP roadshow will run from 1 to 7 November and this year will visit Cardiff, Bristol, Guilford and London.
Majority of new-build houses to be sold as freehold and new leases to be capped at just £10.
People urged to have their say on whether competition in the digital market is being is stifled by powerful tech giants.
Modern money will help prevent crime, the Exchequer Secretary declared today, as plans were unveiled for a new, more secure £50 note.
The GovTech Catalyst matches complex public sector problems with private sector innovators via competitions for research and development funding.
A new £8 million funding competition will enable virtual, augmented and mixed reality experiences – also known as immersive content – to be created faster and more efficiently by UK content creators.
UK businesses can apply for a share of up to £9 million to develop more effective and efficient treatments through the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund.
New rules which will help protect at least 850,000 more people in privately rented homes from poor living conditions and overcrowding have come into force this month.
The UK Space Agency has unveiled a list of space sector work placements available to recent graduates or postgraduate students.
Couples wishing to divorce will soon benefit from a less confrontational process, under proposals confirmed by the Justice Secretary David Gauke.
Small businesses turned down for loans from the UK’s high-street banks have received over £15 million of funding thanks to a government matchmaking scheme.
Cold calls offering to help claim compensation for mis-sold sell payment protection insurance (PPI) will be banned if the claimant has not chosen to ‘opt-in’ to receive them.
More information on Making Tax Digital is now available to help businesses and agents understand what they need to do before the deadline.
EU citizens living in the UK and their family members will need to apply under the settlement scheme to obtain their new UK immigration status.