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Conservative plans for R and D tax breaks could benefit firms like European Technology Development Ltd

December saw Boris Johnson declare a “new dawn” as the Conservatives secured the biggest majority in Westminster since the 1987 election. As a new decade begins, the UK’s Brexit path is looking clearer but also much emphasis will be on Johnson’s domestic policies, how these may be implemented and what it will mean for Britain’s SMEs.

Should England follow Scotland and Ireland's plans to abolish council tax on nurseries?

We have invited previous contributors to the Parliamentary Review to comment upon political issues which they feel impact them. This week we asked Linda Symons, from Kidz Kabin Nurseries, to discuss the business rate charges which impact nurseries in England but have recently been revoked across the border.

Hunt’s tax pledges may "cost up to £65 billion", says IFS

The Institute for Fiscal Studies estimates that Jeremy Hunt’s tax plans could ultimately cost between £37-£65 billion if he is successful in his bid to become prime minister.

HMRC to delete 5 million voice records

HMRC have been forced to delete five million voice files that were obtained without consent. As reported by the BBC, HMRC failed to get the necessary consent from individuals before they were signed up to a voice ID system for telephone enquiries.

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