February 21, 2018

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Car Dealer Tax Scheme Scrapped

A tribunal has found that a tax avoidance scheme which involved celebrities, fund managers and other high earners claiming that they were second-hand car dealers in their spare time did not work. The decision, which will save the country £290 million, is the fourth consecutive win by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) against schemes promoted […]<... UK in One » News

Syrian refugees to UK

London – Britain must quickly accept Syrian refugees, Britain’s top refugee group said, as London said it planned to let hundreds of vulnerable Syrians into the country. “It’s encouraging to hear that the government is listening to calls for it to accept resettled refugees from Syria,” said Refugee Council Chief Exe…
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Mayor Backs Menswear Sector

The Mayor of London Boris Johnson is launching a new campaign to promote the booming British menswear industry, which brings £10 billion to the UK’s economy and is growing at such a rate that it is predicted to overtake womenswear sales by 2016. The capital’s pioneering and creative menswear designers are once again being showcased …
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What’s So Different About Poison Gas?

Syria
The crisis over the use of chemical weapons in Syria raises many questions, particularly about the moral hysteria being stoked by the US, whose own record challenges its credibility. [Read more…]

New Cardiff coffee house

Coffee  Continental, a delightful independent, family-run coffee house and bistro will open in the Castle Arcade in Cardiff’s city centre on October 17. The launch event runs from 6pm-8.30 and features tasty nibbles, champagne, live music and the finest coffee. Esther and George Apoussidis, the husband and wife team behind the new business, will…
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Ceramics In The City Selling Fair

Ceramics in the City 2013 A selling fair featuring 50 potters Part of London Design Festival 2013 The Geffrye’s annual celebration of ceramics returns to the museum this September.  Featuring around 50 ceramicists from across the UK, the event showcases the work of both leading names and rising talents. Thursday 19 September, 6 – 8.30pm [….
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Commonwealth undermining tribal rights

In a hard-hitting speech to representatives of the Commonwealth this Thursday, Survival International’s Director Stephen Corry will argue that countries such as the United Kingdom, Botswana and India are not concerned about the rights of tribal peoples and that the Commonwealth’s legacy of ‘dispossession and destruction’ for millions of tri…
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HS2 Is Continuing To Unravel

New research published today (Thursday) by the TaxPayers’ Alliance (TPA) reveals that the Government’s already weak case for High Speed Rail 2 (HS2) is continuing to unravel. The research demonstrates that the line would not address the most pressing capacity issues on the UK rail network, despite the enormous cost. – HS2 is not needed …
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MTECH To Enter Ginetta

MTECH are proud to announce that they will enter a Ginetta G55 GT3 in the Zandvoort round of British GT with a driver line up of MTECH regular Derek Johnston partnered by Luke Hines. Due to unforeseen circumstances, MTECH have had to withdraw their regular Ferrari 458s, leading MTECH to look at various options from […]

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