Posts Tagged ‘interests’

Government welcomes measures to tackle insurance fraud

Comments Off | 01-21-2016

Economic Secretary to the Treasury Harriett Baldwin and Minster of State for Justice Lord Faulks today welcomed a series of recommendations that will tackle insurance fraud, reducing costs and protecting the interests of honest consumers.
The final recommendations of the IFT will tackle fraudulent activity ranging from organised or premeditated crime to opportunistic

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Government boost to help low paid workers progress in their careers

Comments Off | 06-13-2015

Seven new projects have been launched today by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES), aiming to boost the careers of low paid workers in retail and hospitality sectors.
Today we launch seven new projects to boost the careers of low paid workers in the retail and hospitality sectors. Through mentoring, specific skills training and

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Webinars, e-learning, emails and videos if you’re self-employed

Comments Off | 06-13-2015

You can get business emails from HMRC to help you start your business.
E-learning
Find out about online courses to help you with tax, National Insurance, business records and expenses.
Webinars and videos
Live webinars last for an hour and you can ask questions throughout the presentation and get answers from your HMRC host. They’re aimed at sole traders and business partnerships. They’re

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£348 million warship contract delivers Clyde jobs boost

Comments Off | 08-12-2014

The offshore patrol vessels (OPVs), which will be used by the Royal Navy to undertake various tasks in support of UK interests both at home and abroad, will be built at BAE Systems’ shipyards in Glasgow.
Featuring a redesigned flight deck to operate the latest Merlin helicopters as well as increased storage and accommodation facilities, the OPVs

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