On Saturday 10 October, Minette Batters, the President of the National Farmers' Union (NFU), published a piece in the Daily Mail that she professed she "never wanted to have to write", fearing the death of the British family farm.
The Fundraising Regulator has published updated guidance for charities on what they should be disclosing in their Trustees Report in connection with their fundraising activities.
Returns for those holding money in cash savings accounts took another fall a fortnight ago, when the government-backed savings provider slashed their interest rates.
In the second of our series of weekly Brexit Blogs, Paul Briddon of Lovewell Blake says that the much trumpeted ‘Canada Deal’ would still leave businesses which trade with Europe with many changes to make.
In 2008, as part of the firm’s 150th anniversary celebrations, Lovewell Blake launched the LB150 Challenge with the aim of raising £150,000 in 5 years for good causes across the region. The firm’s partners and staff rose to the challenge, surpassing their initial target and to date have raised over £275,000.
What is it?
The initial Job Support Scheme (JSS) was designed to help protect jobs that are viable during the pandemic, but where there is not enough work to keep someone employed for 100% of the time.
Rishi Sunak’s announcement of
targeted support for businesses forced to close because of Covid-19 are
welcome, but there are many unanswered questions, says James Shipp
Following HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) victory in the Court of Appeal over drinks giants Coca Cola, the classification of van for tax purposes is thrown into yet more turmoil.