The National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) will consider disruptive action should the Government fail to reverse “irresponsible education cuts”.
New figures have revealed that businesses paid a record £56bn in taxes in 2016/17, accounting for over 30 per cent of all tax revenue taken in the UK, an increase of over 21 per cent on the year before.
A former factory in West London has been officially opened as an academy by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry as part of their ‘Heads Together’ mental health initiative.
Controversial plans to digitise tax returns for businesses and the self-employed called Making Tax Digital (MTD) have been dropped from the Finance Bill 2017 but it is possible they will only be delayed because of the announcement of the snap election in June.
Virgin Media Business has announced the launch of a new app aimed at entrepreneurs so that they can find advice or get collaboration from their peers as well as established business owners.
The Samuel Ward Academy Trust, which has 15 schools across Suffolk, has been given a £200,000 grant and become the first academy school in the East of England and the 11th in the country to be awarded research school status, meaning it will become a focal point for educational research.
The Creative Industries’ Federation (CIF) is calling for enterprise zones, tax breaks and access to finance for the creative industries, saying they are becoming increasingly important to the UK’s future economic success.
The Government has approved another 131 free schools this month, the largest number of this Parliament, which will create around 69,000 places for pupils and “give parents more choices”, according to Education Secretary, Justine Greening.
In a bid to calm fears about the introduction of Making Tax Digital (MTD), HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is to invite selected businesses and agents to take part in a pilot programme to report their income and expenses as part of the MTD strategy. A report from the Treasury Committee in response to the…Details
US shared offices firm WeWork will almost double its space in London this year, as it launches a £1.2m award scheme to back new research, start-ups and scale-ups in the UK.