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The truth about leaving debt behind in Dubai – Common questions answered by the debt team at Detained in Dubai

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The truth about leaving debt behind in Dubai – Common questions answered by the debt team at Detained in Dubai

Loans are sold aggressively to expats, who accept credit to meet the high costs of living in the UAE. 

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Go direct to get tax relief on work expenses

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Nurses, hairdressers and construction workers are among millions of employees being urged by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to go online and directly check if they can claim extra cash back.

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Low-tech solution cuts high fire risks and costs

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With the new GDPR rules in force, councils and housing organisations are required by law to demonstrate that any excess mail delivered to vacant properties is removed & disposed of in a confidential manner. Many insurance policies insist that combustible materials are removed to maintain the fire regulation compliances of vacant sites.

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Q-Park appointed to deliver public sector parking via a national framework

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Q-Park appointed to deliver public sector parking via a national framework

Q-Park has been successfully appointed to a new four year framework, managed by NHS Shared Business Services, to deliver efficient and flexible parking solutions to public sector bodies. Q-Park has been appointed to provide a wide range of solutions within the framework thereby being able to offer advice and value for money packages where clients are offered tailored solutions to their parking estate.

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UK Remains Cheap For Overseas Business Ahead of BREXIT

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UK Remains Cheap For Overseas Business Ahead of BREXIT
  • UK has dropped 81 places in the Cost of Living ranking since the Brexit referendum
  • Weakened GBP post-referendum makes UK one of cheapest countries in Europe for international employees and travellers
  • Australia and New Zealand now more affordable for British expats
  • 24 European cities drop in cost of living ranking, due in part to strong US dollar (USD) and weakened euro
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The challenge of plenty: Tackling labour shortages in the EU

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The challenge of plenty: Tackling labour shortages in the EU

Unemployment in the EU is continuing to fall, with the rate approaching its 2008 low point. This is good news: the Europe 2020 target of 75% employment in the working age population is now in sight for many Member States. (more…)

Go direct to get tax relief on work expenses

Posted by on 5, Dec 2018 in News | Comments Off on Go direct to get tax relief on work expenses

Go direct to get tax relief on work expenses

Nurses, hairdressers and construction workers are among millions of employees being urged by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to go online and directly check if they can claim extra cash back. (more…)

Platform work – Breaking barriers or breaking bad?

Posted by on 5, Dec 2018 in News | Comments Off on Platform work – Breaking barriers or breaking bad?

Platform work – Breaking barriers or breaking bad?

If you’ve ever ordered a taxi through an app, taken a pizza delivery from a guy on a bike or searched a website for a plumber to unblock your drain, you’ve probably witnessed platform work first hand. (more…)

Stirling man proves there can be life after stroke

Posted by on 5, Dec 2018 in News | Comments Off on Stirling man proves there can be life after stroke

Stirling man proves there can be life after stroke

James couldn’t talk or walk at the time the stroke happened. His son, a trained first aider, immediately recognised he was having a stroke and dialled 999. (more…)

November sees largest petrol price drop in four years – but retailers still didn’t cut far enough

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November sees largest petrol price drop in four years – but retailers still didn’t cut far enough

The price of petrol fell by more than 5p per litre in November, the biggest monthly drop since January 2015 and the first major price reduction since June as retailers finally reacted to falling wholesale prices. (more…)