Is there a similar issue then on the towels being sold with slits for armholes and a hood in the centre?
My software doesn't access Pensions so no help there!!!
Strangely enough this mornings post included a general mailshot asking if I want a business credit card as well as my personal one - killer detail - interest 24.69%
Don't mix systems. Driving on left and miles per hour were always British, but please do bring back imperial measurements and currency
Not just HMRC. Yesterday spent time on phone with Co House trying to file DS01 between my rural broadband issues and the basic problems they were having on system. Worked in the end but wasted hours.
Then this morning my broadband (infinity2) said it was fine but I spent hours literally looking at a Page won't display message!!!
Hi John - I voted no the first time around and watched all the things the "joiners" said wouldn't happen come to play. I think I would be entitled to say I told you so. That debate was about economics mainly and the idea of a federal state didn't trickle out to us if it was around at the time.
I voted no this time too based on sovereignty - I don't believe anyone else should be able to tell us what we can or can't do!!! I believe we are too independent to be a good fit in Europe - that's why there are clashes in the UK - but I would rather be our own master. Starting from where we are now and then discarding or enforcing the bits we adopted that the other members just ignored
My understanding on voting was in or out - not in a little here and out a little there. I don't want a deal - we should just be verifying our commitments after leaving if there are any. Then see who offers the best terms - on our own is just what it means and we are very good at that.
I read today that the EU was demanding a completely separate deal for Northern Ireland before discussing most other areas. Apart from Scotland sulking, the obvious result from us has to be to tell them to get lost. Methinks the other side wants no deal too!!!
I was quoting from a Conservative information email as I wanted to know more about it. Stephuran has picked up the right section I think from Page 86. It seemed to me to be the right place to be reviewed and if, as said below, information has already been given changing the meaning of the quote that needs to be publicised too. I did not say if I was for or against any such proposal as I wanted to know more
Please incorporate into your article the item on page 86 of Corbyn's manifesto for a Property and Garden tax. Whilst I appreciate it will be a local tax it needs publicising
I have seen no commentary on the income tax/nic lost reducing the benefit of the legislation.
My client has withdrawn from FRS into standard VAT and his tax liability @ 40% will fall significantly. I have yet to quantify the overall impact but am surprised people have not commented that the so-called windfall was still taxable at potentially a higher level than VAT.