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Mini Budget: IR35 to be reversed from April 2023

Mini Budget: IR35 to be reversed from April 2023

The government has decided to scrap recent reforms to the tax status of self-employed workers from April next year, in what it said is a move towards simplifying the tax regime.   Reforms to IR35, introduced in April 2021, require workers routinely working with the

LHC’s £90m ASC1 public sector framework opens for early interest

LHC’s £90m ASC1 public sector framework opens for early interest

The Asset Safety and Compliance (ASC1) framework from public sector framework provider LHC will cover all five LHC Group areas including Scottish Procurement Alliance (SPA), Welsh Procurement Alliance (WPA) and South West Procurement Alliance (SWPA), Consortium Procurement Construction

Online platform for government’s Civilian Reserve

Online platform for government’s Civilian Reserve

Work has begun on the development of an online platform for managing the government’s planned “Civilian Reserve” of external experts that will be deployed to support ministers and officials in responding to future emergencies.   The Cabinet Office is leading the project to

Department for Education offers £100k to CISO

Department for Education offers £100k to CISO

The Department for Education is offering a six-figure salary to recruit a chief information security officer. The successful applicant will join as the head of a departmental Cyber and Information Security (CIS) division that was created as recently as 2018.  “Since then, we have been

Defra publishes Government's Strategic Policy Statement for Ofwat

Defra publishes Government's Strategic Policy Statement for Ofwat

Defra has also launched a new consultation seeking views on the new statement - as the independent economic regulator for the water industry, the decisions taken by Ofwat can have significant impacts on customers, the environment and wider society. The 23 page draft statement says that in line with

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Plans revealed for Major £2bn Tidal Barrage

Plans revealed for Major £2bn Tidal Barrage

Plans have been revealed for a £2bn tidal barrage across The Wash, a bay in East Anglia between Lincolnshire and Norfolk, which will feature the world’s first tidal energy-powered deep sea container terminal, act as a flood defence and have rail and road elements.   The 17.7km

Balfour gets go-ahead for £200m A57 Link Roads

Balfour gets go-ahead for £200m A57 Link Roads

The Government has given the green light for a scheme to build two new link roads at Mottram Moor as part of plans to deliver Trans Pennine route upgrades between Manchester and the north of Sheffield.   Balfour Beatty, which secured the £108m contract to deliver the scheme two years

South Yorkshire’s tram system on track for £8.6m upgrade

South Yorkshire’s tram system on track for £8.6m upgrade

A £8.6 million funding package for South Yorkshire’s Supertram system has been given the green light by local leaders, to pay for urgent renewal work on the tracks and trams. A further £4.3 million has been approved to make the case to government for significant additional

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