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Theodore Agnew, a Treasury and Cabinet Office minister, resigned yesterday over the UK Government's decision to write off £4.3 billion in fraudulent COVID-19 loans. Mr Agnew labelled the oversight of the scheme “nothing less than woeful” and accused officials of “schoolboy er

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The UK Government has announced that direct flights to London from Dundee will be subsidised for a period of two years. The Department for Transport (DFT) announced funding worth a total of £4.3 million for the public service obligation (PSO) routes.

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Yesterday, the UK Government and Scottish Government agreed in principle the scope of the independent report that will inform the subsequent review of the Scottish Government’s Fiscal Framework. During an in-person meeting in Westminster, finance and economy secretary Kate Forbes and the chief

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All tips will go to staff under new plans to overhaul tipping practices set out by the UK Government today, providing a financial boost to hospitality workers across the country. Most hospitality workers – many of whom are earning the National Minimum Wage or National Living Wage – rely

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UK Ministers have accused the insolvency profession of widespread misconduct after an inquiry found evidence of “intimidation”, “deception” and “misappropriation of assets”.

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Following UK Government plans to implement a 1.25% increase in National Insurance contributions to fund the NHS and social care in England, finance secretary Kate Forbes is seeking assurances that the UK Government will cover the full cost of this increase for public sector employers. In a letter to

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The UK government will undermine devolution if they establish freeports in Scotland and Wales without reaching agreement with devolved governments, according to Scottish and Welsh ministers. The devolved governments said that while they were committed to working with the UK government, UK ministers

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The UK Government has told UK firms struggling with coronavirus-related debts that it will not pursue them for unpaid taxes in an attempt to avoid an increase in insolvencies this summer. Restructuring experts have said that many company companies will feel the full weight of the COVID-19 pandemic o

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