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The government has confirmed that it will repeal the controversial IR35 tax avoidance reforms from 6 April 2023, as a “first step” towards simplifying the UK tax system. The shock decision, announced during chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng's first fiscal ...
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Proptech's benefits will need to be carefully managed by both private and public sectors to avoid the increased exposure to hackers and other…
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The government has again indicated that the TV licence will be scrapped when the BBC's current royal charter expires, forcing the public broadcaster to adopt an entirely new funding model. Culture secretary Nadine Dorries first suggested in ...
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The Government have confirmed that the controversial Golborne link in the HS2 bill is to be scrapped. In a written response in Parliament yesterday Transport Minister Andrew Stephenson confirmed that the link will be removed from the current HS2 bill.
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Citing objectives such as fighting cybercrime and invoking India's sovereignty, integrity and public order, an April 26 directive from Cert-In, a wing of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, mandated that virtual private network ...
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In order to develop a commercially viable nuclear fusion reactor, a private US nuclear fusion company has announced a partnership with the UK government. In a public-private partnership, Commonwealth Fusion Systems (CFS), a business with Massachusetts ...
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Coachella has announced the dates for its 2023 edition. The popular desert festival will take place at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California on the usual weekends, from April 15 to April 17, and from April 21 to April 23.
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Growth in the historic period resulted from strong economic growth in emerging markets, government-led insurance reforms, rising healthcare costs and an increase in natural disasters. Going forward, an increase in chronic diseases and ...
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She alleged she had been left "permanently deformed" after undergoing the fat-reduction procedure CoolSculpting, but last month, it was announced that she had settled the lawsuit. In a new interview for the ...
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But no matter where you call home, there's one thing we all have in common: sometimes the Wordle answer leaves us a bit stumped. Read on for clues to today's solution, or scroll down below the video for a spoiler-filled look at the answer.
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The supermodel has opened up about her self-love struggle following a botched procedure. Photo / Getty Images. NZ Herald. Linda Evangelista made a surprising confession about her latest Vogue shoot. Starring on the cover of British Vogue's September ...
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'She-Hulk: Attorney at Law' finally answers the question of whether Captain America died a virgin — and Mark Ruffalo didn't warn Chris Evans about it.
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The boss of an Australian TV subscription company has triggered outrage by calling Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke a 'short and dumpy girl'. Foxtel CEO Patrick Delany made the comment at a speech at the Sydney premiere of new spinoff of the hit ...
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Wind gusts reached nearly 140 mph in one part of France. At least nine people were reported killed in the storm.
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Does Sanna Marin party too much for a world leader, or is she just a competent woman enjoying her life? Let's investigate.
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