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England’s Roadmap – additional guidance

England’s Roadmap – additional guidance

The Cabinet Office has issued further guidance on which businesses will be allowed to reopen at each stage of the Westminster Government’s Roadmap for taking England out of lockdown – see below for timescales and details. Not before 29 MARCH 2021 Outdoor sports facilities are able to open, including: gyms swimming pools sports courts (such...

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Government guidance on closing businesses in England

Government guidance on closing businesses in England

Below is an extract from the guidance on closing businesses – new Regulations were published on 4 January 2021 but the rules on closing certain businesses and venues date from 20 December 2020 and remain current. “What can be done in businesses that are closed As well as specific exemptions as set out in their...

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Renewal of Trade Licence Plates – England’s second lockdown

Renewal of Trade Licence Plates – England’s second lockdown

If your trade licence plate expires during December 2020, DVLA has advised NCC that due to COVID-19 they will be inviting their customers to send renewal applications in early via an online form (VTL318) so that these can be processed without delay.   DVLA has also introduced additional temporary changes to help the renewal process including:...

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HSE issues guidance on gas safety during coronavirus

HSE issues guidance on gas safety during coronavirus

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has published a bulletin for landlords and registered gas engineers on working during the coronavirus pandemic. It links through to the Gas Safe Register advice and, although this is written primarily for engineers working in people’s homes, many of the principles can be applied to working on tourers or...

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HMRC webinar on money laundering and risk assessments

HMRC webinar on money laundering and risk assessments

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) says that making and maintaining a good quality risk assessment is something that some businesses can struggle with. They recently ran a live webinar covering this subject in relation to money laundering and terrorist financing, and some of the risks which have arisen for businesses as a result of COVID-19. HMRC...

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Importing goods from January 2021: The UK Global Tariff

Importing goods from January 2021: The UK Global Tariff

The UK has left the EU and the transition period will end on 31 December this year. As the UK will leave the single market and customs union, Government says businesses should take action now to start preparing for new trading rules which will be in effect from January 2021. About the UK Global Tariff (UKGT)...

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MOT testing reintroduced from 1 August

MOT testing reintroduced from 1 August

Mandatory MOT testing is to be reintroduced from 1 August 2020 as COVID-19 restrictions are slowly lifted, Roads Minister Baroness Vere has announced. Due to the coronavirus outbreak, owners were granted a 6-month exemption from MOT testing in March to help slow the spread of the virus. As restrictions are eased, all those whose vehicle...

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