Martin said: "One can only hope that the reason for this rather cruel delay is because there are substantial changes being made that will help more people." … [Read more...] about Martin Lewis reveals self-employed will have to wait until March Budget for fourth income support scheme grant
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"With the UK’s share of fish in our waters rising substantially, from roughly half today, to closer to 2/3 in five and a half years’ time after which there is no theoretical limit beyond those placed by science or conservation on the quantity of our own fish that we can fish in our waters." … [Read more...] about Boris Johnson hails ‘glad tidings of great joy’ in Christmas message after historic £660bn Brexit trade deal
Detective Chief Inspector Lewis Basford, who leads Essex Police on county lines, estimates that for nearly two years the group sold three kilos of cocaine a week to around ten county lines gangs in the South East. … [Read more...] about Bitcoin county lines drug ring smashed: Cocaine dealers are suspected of using web currency to prey on Middle England
14. On the leading edge of each curtain pull out the strings and knot them together with a double knot. Machine sew the open end of the tape on the leading edge and repeat this on the trailing edge but don't sew down the open edge as this forms a pocket for you to tuck the strings in once you have gathered the curtains up. … [Read more...] about A new lockdown skill all sewn up! Spruce up your home as we show you how to make your own curtains
Personal pension or self-invested personal pension (Sipp) - This is probably the most flexible type of pension as you can choose your own provider and how much you invest. Workplace pension - The Government has made it so it's compulsory for employers to automatically enrol you in your workplace pension, unless you choose to opt out. These so-called defined contribution (DC) pensions are usually chosen by your employer and you won't be able to change it. Minimum contributions rose to 8% in April 2019, with employees now paying in 5% and employers contributing 3%. This is up from the 5% of contributions workers and companies were required to pay in previously, where employees contributed 3% and employers 2%. Final salary pension - This is a also a workplace pension but here, what you get in retirement is decided based on your salary, and you'll be paid a set amount each year on retiring. It's often referred to as a gold-plated pension or a defined benefit (DB) … [Read more...] about Calls for ‘living pension’ to help people save right amount for retirement – are you saving enough?