Rishi Sunak’s ‘super deduction’ could let Amazon wipe out its corporation tax bill, campaigners warn

Rishi Sunak’s ‘super deduction’ could let Amazon wipe out its bill: Online giant’s corporation tax could be cut to zero, campaigners warn The online retail giant’s British sales soared 51 per cent to £19.4billion last year Its warehousing arm paid £6.3mil in tax in 2019 despite raking in £3bn in sales But campaign groups say … Read more

Rishi Sunak’s ‘super deduction’ could let Amazon wipe out its corporation tax bill, campaigners warn

Rishi Sunak’s ‘super deduction’ could let Amazon wipe out its bill: Online giant’s corporation tax could be cut to zero, campaigners warn The online retail giant’s British sales soared 51 per cent to £19.4billion last year Its warehousing arm paid £6.3mil in tax in 2019 despite raking in £3bn in sales But campaign groups say … Read more

EU threatens legal action and possible fines in border row

EU threatens legal action and possible fines in row over Government’s decision to extend grace period for Irish border checks Brussels threatens Britain with legal action and could slap tariffs on UK goods Simon Coveney says EU felt it was dealing with a partner it ‘simply cannot trust’ MEPs also indicated they could delay formal ratification … Read more

EU threatens legal action and possible fines in border row

EU threatens legal action and possible fines in row over Government’s decision to extend grace period for Irish border checks Brussels threatens Britain with legal action and could slap tariffs on UK goods Simon Coveney says EU felt it was dealing with a partner it ‘simply cannot trust’ MEPs also indicated they could delay formal ratification … Read more

Boarding school pupils from overseas will not have to isolate in hotels after rule change

Boarding school pupils from overseas will not have to isolate in hotels as pressure from teachers and parents sees plan dropped Students arriving from red list countries had to isolate in hotels on arrival in UK  They were asked to stay in hotel for 10 days, along with travellers from abroad Boarding Schools’ Association wrote to ministers … Read more

New Zealand: North Island 8.1-magnitude earthquake sparks tsunami warning near Te Araroa

Three earthquakes have rocked the North Island of New Zealand sparking a tsunami warning and mass evacuation.   A 7.3-magnitude quake was recorded at 2.27am east of the North Island, before another 7.4-magnitude tremor was recorded near the Kermadec Islands four hours later.  An 8.1 magnitude earthquake was then recorded at 8.28am leading authorities to issue … Read more

New Zealand: North Island 8.1-magnitude earthquake sparks tsunami warning near Te Araroa

Three earthquakes have rocked the North Island of New Zealand sparking a tsunami warning and mass evacuation.   A 7.3-magnitude quake was recorded at 2.27am east of the North Island, before another 7.4-magnitude tremor was recorded near the Kermadec Islands four hours later.  An 8.1 magnitude earthquake was then recorded at 8.28am leading authorities to issue … Read more

Meghan ‘blamed Kate and Camilla for leaking stories to the Press about her’

Meghan Markle blamed the Duchess of Cambridge, the Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles for leaking stories about her to the Press when she was a senior royal, a source has claimed. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex felt negative stories about them – including the Duchess of Cambridge allegedly being left in tears following … Read more

Meghan claims she is victim of Palace conspiracy, but RICHARD KAY reveals truth is more tantalising

His grand oak-panelled office with its conference table and comfy sofas in the heart of Whitehall, four miles from Kensington Palace, is too far away for Simon Case to hear the cries of anguish emanating from the royal bunker where he used to work. The irony that he left the back-stabbing, hot-tempered intrigue of palace politics … Read more

Meghan claims she is victim of Palace conspiracy, but RICHARD KAY reveals truth is more tantalising

His grand oak-panelled office with its conference table and comfy sofas in the heart of Whitehall, four miles from Kensington Palace, is too far away for Simon Case to hear the cries of anguish emanating from the royal bunker where he used to work. The irony that he left the back-stabbing, hot-tempered intrigue of palace politics … Read more