The Chancellor has opened a consultation on giving employees the “legal right to require a new employer to pay pension contributions into their existing pension if they choose”.
At Cifas we see the value and impact of multi-sector data and intelligence-sharing on fraudulent conduct daily. With the right protections in place to safeguard privacy and security, data and knowledge are our best weapons against this crime.
Making Cambridge a global science city needs to be a cross-governmental mission, rather than one left just to the housing department
It is designed to tackle a particular problem: the lack of provision for lab space in Cambridge – especially when compared to Silicon Valley – but wrapped in traditional branding.
There is now a £56 billion investment programme to curb sewage, with discharges into bathing waters cut by 70 per cent by 2035.
A local source described him as the “only genuinely local” choice from the final three.
When key performance data finally landed, the results were clear: relative to before the pandemic, most metrics got worse. Spending on agency staff, a key justification for the trial, went up, not down as was intended.
There are few policies that do not require additional spending or borrowing that have the potential to deliver such a profound windfall.
Both candidates agree: there is a “Treasury orthodoxy” that damages economic growth. Coming from an ex-Chancellor and a former Chief Secretary, that is a powerful charge.
Pandemic and war, like two horsemen of the Apocalypse, leave the Chancellor scrabbling for a response.
Voters across the political spectrum are united in their wish to see more done here.
When outraged parents first got in touch, I went into battle. But whilst the maths may seem deeply counter-intuitive, it holds up.
Evidence does not suggest Britain is at the sweet spot on the Laffer Curve where raising it will cut revenue, nor that doing so will harm investment.
The Government should be mulling some quick Brexit wins come the New Year – ways of using freedoms that we don’t have during implementation.
Over a third of those who asked a question during a Hancock statement yesterday were to some degree resistant to such shutdowns.