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A campaigner for EU citizens’ rights in the UK has said she is in a state of shock after the Home Office rejected her application for settled status despite her having lived in the the country for more than half her life.Dahaba Ali, 27, moved to the UK at the age of 10.
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Britain is not institutionally racist, indeed, it should be seen as a “model” on race to other countries, a landmark Government review has concluded.
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IR35 is tax legislation that is designed to combat tax avoidance by workers supplying their services to clients via an intermediary, such as a limited company, but who would be an employee if the intermediary was not used.
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Deliveroo is planning to raise £1 billion in new share sales as it prepares to launch what is expected to be London’s largest initial public offering (IPO) since 2013.
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Dominic Cummings has told MPs he made a deal with Boris Johnson before accepting the role as chief adviser a week before he became Prime Minister.
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The first group of pupils are getting back to the classroom as the Government’s phased reopening of schools starts in England this week.
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LONDON — Uber lost a crucial legal fight in the U.K. on Friday as the country’s Supreme Court upheld a ruling that its drivers are workers, not independent contractors. Judges voted unanimously to dismiss Uber’s appeal against the ruling. The decision could have huge implications for Uber’s U.K.
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Last week’s long-awaited Supreme Court ruling in the Uber case has far reaching ramifications for any small business that engages self-employed individuals, in all sectors.
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The schools selling out to Beijing: Not only are British private institutions being bought by Chinese firms but some are giving lessons that are a threat to free speech Hundreds of independent schools left in dire financial straits by the coronavirus pandemic are being targeted by Chinese investors,
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You could be forgiven for not noticing the Future Fund.
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Captain Sir Tom Moore has died with coronavirus. The 100-year-old, who raised almost £33m for NHS charities, was taken to Bedford Hospital after requiring help with his breathing on Sunday.
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Teenage girl’s sleepover costs her parents £300,000 in their row with England footballer Daniel Sturridge who had been renting their £6m mansion A teenage girl’s sleepover cost her parents £300,000 in their row with England footballer Daniel Sturridge who had been renting their £6million mansion
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