Matt Hancock, Health Secretary, has announced that, if the UK wants to be seen as the world leader in genomics research, data protection laws must ensure that the restrictions on this type of data are not stifling the process.
Recruitment businesses who terminate the employment of their staff in the future will need to be aware that changes are due to take place from 6th April 2020 as far as the treatment of National Insurance Contributions (NICs) are concerned.
The High Court dismissed a judicial review challenge to two decisions of the Central Arbitration Committee (CAC) rejecting applications for statutory trade union recognition in respect of a group of outsourced workers based at the University of London.
In Atholl House Productions Limited v HMRC, it was found that Loose Women presenter Kaye Adams, who had provided services to the BBC through a service company, was not an employee of the BBC for tax purposes.
The introduction of the primary care networks (PCNs) is an exciting challenge for the sector and a way for different service providers to come together and offer the public an integrated service of varied healthcare support.
With the arrival of the spring, there typically comes a quickening of pace in the property market. Despite the ongoing effect of Brexit, we focus this month on a frequently asked question: what are the tax implications of buying property?