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31 Oct 2011
Companies that act anti-competitively should face greater maximum fines, the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has said.
The number of workers currently paying into occupational pension schemes fell further in 2010, according to official figures.
27 Oct 2011
Unproductive workers should lose their right to claim unfair dismissal, according to a leaked Government report.
25 Oct 2011
A businessman has been charged with corruption over the supply of aluminium to Bahrain, the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has said.
The number of data breaches in the private sector has risen sharply in the past year even though awareness of data security is higher, the UK's data protection watchdog has said.
24 Oct 2011
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has referred the UK's four biggest accountancy firms to the Competition Commission (the Commission) following concerns over lack of choice in the statutory audit market.
20 Oct 2011
The Government is taking "urgent legal advice" over financial incentives employers are offering pension scheme members to "sign away their rightful pension entitlements," the Pensions Minister has said.
The Supreme Court yesterday ruled by a 4 to 1 majority that a tax exile was not entitled to rely on HMRC guidance to support his contention that he was non-UK resident for tax purposes. The decision leaves the tax exile facing a huge bill for unpaid UK...
Guarantees and warranties given by the directors of a company did not take effect despite the signing, witnessing and handing over of documents, the High Court has ruled. The documents in question were deeds and the Court said that they had not been 'delivered'....
18 Oct 2011
The European Commission must inform companies accused of abusing a position of market dominance or forming competition-restricting agreements if they risk being fined under reforms of the Commission's competition investigation procedures.