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Nov 10, 2021

‘Britcoin’ launch to be 2025 at the earliest

Sep 21, 2021

Treasury raises £12.3bn in stamp duty despite tax holiday

Jun 21, 2021

Treasury considers ‘pension tax raid’ to pay for Covid spending

May 11, 2021

Government sells £1.1bn NatWest stake

Apr 19, 2021

LCF bondholders to get 80% of initial investment back

Mar 23, 2021

Government promises fresh action on tax avoidance

Mar 23, 2021

No changes to CGT or pension tax relief ‒ yet

Sep 24, 2020

Autumn Budget cancelled to focus on Covid-19

Sep 08, 2020

HMRC admits up to £3.5bn furlough claims fraudulent or paid in error

Sep 04, 2020

Eat Out to Help Out discounts applied to 100 million meals

Sep 01, 2020

Furlough changes take effect from today

Jul 28, 2020

Number of furloughed workers remains at 9.5 million

Jul 27, 2020

Virgin Money launches basic bank account

Jul 21, 2020

Government to examine pensions tax relief

Jul 16, 2020

NS&I revised deposit target means best buy savings ‘likely to hang around’

Jul 08, 2020

Treasury U-turn on Covid test tax

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