For people who can’t leave their homes, getting vaccinated against COVID-19 has been a challenge. Some cities have been working to change that by bringing the vaccines to them. “My husband was very active before COVID. We went to the gym.
“You’ll be charged interest on late payments.” The daily charges can last for 90 days, up to a maximum of £900. Unless HMRC says otherwise, taxpayers who still haven’t filed online by April 30 will start to incur further late-filing charges at
A Georgia woman was arrested Thursday after hitting three juvenile fast-food workers with her car during an argument, authorities said. Police responded around 10:30 p.m. to a fast-food restaurant in Jonesboro, about 20 miles south of Atlanta, the Clayton County Police Department said. BURGER
This week, the ONS released the latest employment data for the UK and Stepehen Lowe, Just Group’s communications director, broke down the figures: “[The] figures notes that falls in employment among workers aged 65+ and those aged 16-24 have been mainly responsible
Property experts Louisa Fletcher and Andrew Montlake returned for another episode of their podcast, The Property Show. This week the pair discussed everything from mortgages to house prices. Ms Fletcher also talked about how working from home might impact your contents insurance.
Across the self-employed landscape, the average number of weeks without work dropped from five to 4.3. Chloé Jepps, the Head of Research at IPSE, commented on this and examined how IR35 may exacerbate problems: “The last Confidence Index of 2020 shows several
Furlough support has been a key element of the Government’s coronavirus strategy and in early March, Rishi Sunak announced the scheme would be extended into September. As the Chancellor confirmed in his 2021 Budget: “The furlough scheme will be extended until the
A consultation is being launched to look at the proposals. The Health Secretary said: “Older people living in care homes are most at risk of suffering serious consequences of Covid-19 and we have seen the grave effects the virus has had on
The Minnesota man suspected of drawing a gun and throwing pizza slices at Domino’s employees because he was dissatisfied with his order is facing a disorderly conduct citation, rather than assault charges, according to a report. Rochester police responded to a disturbance at a local Domino’s