The Nottinghamshire Food and Drink Awards


We are proud to announce we are a sponsor at this year’s Nottinghamshire Food and Drink Awards. Page Kirk LLP is delighted to be sponsoring the prize for Outstanding Service. As an independent accountancy firm,…

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The Budget: Summary


Taxation The Chancellor set out measures that he felt would help incentivise investment, particularly in technology, to help drive economic growth and address long standing productivity problems. Some of these proposals included increasing the R&D…

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Urgent review into the gap between residential planning permissions granted and homes built. Where review finds building is delayed for commercial reasons, government will use wide range of powers to compel projects to be seen…

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Legislate to give local authorities the power to charge a 100% council tax premium on empty properties. Review the private rental sector to allow longer tenancies. Plan to commit £44bn over the next 5 years…

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Promises to take action over the fall out from the Paradise Papers. Income tax to be charged on UK royalties by digital companies remitted to low tax jurisdictions. Plans to compel all online businesses to…

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Government to honor any decision made by an independent pay review body and provide extra funding for patient services if the pay review results in higher wages for NHS staff. Long term phased reduction of…

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£10 billion pounds capital investment over the course of this parliament £3.75 billion investment in resources next year

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Legislate to increase duty on high strength, cheap alcohol New railcard extends the age that it can be used from 25 to 30  

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Claims that the top 1% are paying a larger share of tax than under the previous government Personal allowance to increase to £11,850 from April 2018 and the higher rate limit to increase to £46,350

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£1.5bn package to address concerns over Universal Credit  National Living Wage to rise to £7.83 per hour

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