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Revenue deal with EDS under fire
The Editor [Press] 07:48 21/04/06 | Comments: 9
The “fair” process for handing out lucrative government contracts has been undermined by a secret deal between HM Revenue & Customs and EDS, the American technology giant, for up to £30 million worth of work, MPs claimed.
Great Britain: the new Germany.
pF [Press] 09:20 19/01/06

The Business has a gloomy view of the UK's economy and its prospects:  

Threat to women's independent taxation
The Editor [Press] 08:30 18/01/06 | Comments: 5
Some experts believe tax officials want to roll back independent taxation for married women who help run small businesses, according to the Mail on Sunday.
Indian workers 'slash IT wages
pF [Press] 08:10 03/01/06 | Comments: 18

Daily Telegraph
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"Indian technology workers are flooding the UK on temporary permits, undercutting local wages and raising the prospect of a homegrown skills shortage, an IT association claimed."
HMRC publishes damning report on itself
The Editor [Press] 07:48 05/10/05
HM Customs and Revenue has published a damning 'warts and all' report of its enforcment practises.
Labour's consultants add 1p to tax
The Editor [Press] 09:34 27/09/05
Government spending on private consultants has risen to £2.5 billion, the equivalent of a penny in the pound on income tax, according to official statistics obtained by The Times.
Start-ups suffer slump
Susie Hughes [Press] 08:00 26/09/05
The number of people setting up their own business has fallen by 20 per cent in the first half of the year, the largest such fall for a decade, according to research by Barclays Bank.
Fast-moving firms can beat the big boys
Susie Hughes [Press] 10:11 24/08/05
In the first of two articles on why small is beautiful, the Times looks at the advantages to be gained from flexibility.
Goodwill payments under taxman's microscope
Susie Hughes [Press] 09:52 09/08/05 | Comments: 4
The Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has announced its latest crackdown on small businesses which incorporated to take advantage of the Chancellor's brief fling with a zero per cent rate of corporation tax, according to the Telegraph.
Government admits 'overselling' ID cards
The Editor [Press] 08:31 04/08/05 | Comments: 15
The Government has admitted "overselling" the advantages of national identity cards, according to an article on the BBC website.
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