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No self-assessment late filing penalty for those who file online by February 28

No self-assessment late filing penalty for those who file online by February 28

No self-assessment late filing penalty for those who file online by February 28

25 January 2021

Anyone who cannot file their return by January 31 will not receive a late filing penalty if they file online by February 28, HMRC said.


Singer Will Young questions why tragic brother not assessed by psychiatrist

Singer Will Young questions why tragic brother not assessed by psychiatrist

Singer Will Young questions why tragic brother not assessed by psychiatrist

25 January 2021

The Pop Idol winner’s twin died on July 30 last year.


Fewer than 2,000 young people start new roles through £2bn job scheme

Fewer than 2,000 young people start new roles through £2bn job scheme

Fewer than 2,000 young people start new roles through £2bn job scheme

25 January 2021

Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey said the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic was partly to blame.


Brothers guilty over fatal hit-and-run crash near Brighton Pier

Brothers guilty over fatal hit-and-run crash near Brighton Pier

Brothers guilty over fatal hit-and-run crash near Brighton Pier

25 January 2021

Suel Miguel Monteiro Delgado, 20, died in hospital after being hit by the borrowed car while two of his friends survived with severe injuries.


What is the science behind Covid-19 and schools?

What is the science behind Covid-19 and schools?

What is the science behind Covid-19 and schools?

25 January 2021

The Prime Minister has refused to guarantee that pupils will return to class before Easter.


Black Country Living Museum defies snow as ‘game-changer’ vaccine centre opens

Black Country Living Museum defies snow as ‘game-changer’ vaccine centre opens

Black Country Living Museum defies snow as ‘game-changer’ vaccine centre opens

25 January 2021

The 26-acre museum is famous as a film-set for BBC hit Peaky Blinders.


What do Debenhams and Topshop deals mean for future of the high street?

What do Debenhams and Topshop deals mean for future of the high street?

What do Debenhams and Topshop deals mean for future of the high street?

25 January 2021

Boohoo has secured a £55 million deal to buy the brands and website of Debenhams, but confirmed its stores will shut.


Four charged with damaging Colston statue ask for case to be held at crown court

Four charged with damaging Colston statue ask for case to be held at crown court

Four charged with damaging Colston statue ask for case to be held at crown court

25 January 2021

The case will next be heard on February 8.


PM refuses to be drawn on challenge to second Scottish independence referendum

PM refuses to be drawn on challenge to second Scottish independence referendum

PM refuses to be drawn on challenge to second Scottish independence referendum

25 January 2021

Boris Johnson instead highlighted the AstraZeneca coronavirus jab as a prime example of the ‘strengths and advantages’ of the United Kingdom.


Farmer’s son to serve minimum of 28 years for murdering schoolboy

Farmer’s son to serve minimum of 28 years for murdering schoolboy

Farmer’s son to serve minimum of 28 years for murdering schoolboy

25 January 2021

Matthew Mason, 20, admitted bludgeoning 15-year-old Alex Rodda to death.


Husband jailed for brutal murders of wife and pensioner days before Christmas

Husband jailed for brutal murders of wife and pensioner days before Christmas

Husband jailed for brutal murders of wife and pensioner days before Christmas

25 January 2021

Daniel Appleton, 38, has been jailed after bludgeoning the two women to death days before Christmas 2019.


More deadly and transmissible coronavirus variant is a ‘turn for the worse’

More deadly and transmissible coronavirus variant is a ‘turn for the worse’

More deadly and transmissible coronavirus variant is a ‘turn for the worse’

25 January 2021

Scientists have suggested the new coronavirus variant is associated with an increased risk of death.


Scientists urge ‘right tree in right place’ approach to restoring forests

Scientists urge ‘right tree in right place’ approach to restoring forests

Scientists urge ‘right tree in right place’ approach to restoring forests

25 January 2021

Tree planting is seen as key to tackling climate change, but poorly planned and executed schemes can harm the environment, say experts.


Judge issues winding-up order against ‘rudderless ship’ Debenhams

Judge issues winding-up order against ‘rudderless ship’ Debenhams

Judge issues winding-up order against ‘rudderless ship’ Debenhams

25 January 2021

A judge in the Insolvency and Companies Court said the Official Receiver now should assess the position.


UK sees ‘snowiest spell’ in two years as almost seven inches falls

UK sees ‘snowiest spell’ in two years as almost seven inches falls

UK sees ‘snowiest spell’ in two years as almost seven inches falls

25 January 2021

More rain is forecast for the rest of the week, which could lead to flooding in some areas, the Met Office said.


Plant workers, security guards and chefs among highest Covid-19 death rates

Plant workers, security guards and chefs among highest Covid-19 death rates

Plant workers, security guards and chefs among highest Covid-19 death rates

25 January 2021

Sewing machinists and home carers are some of the jobs with the highest rates for women.


Ministers told to slash drink-drive limit

Ministers told to slash drink-drive limit

Ministers told to slash drink-drive limit

25 January 2021

A study claims the Government will be ‘forever criticised for being out of step’ if it does not change the law.


Johnson hints at lockdown easing as he faces pressure to reopen schools

Johnson hints at lockdown easing as he faces pressure to reopen schools

Johnson hints at lockdown easing as he faces pressure to reopen schools

25 January 2021

The Prime Minister said he was examining whether there could be relaxation before mid-February but refused to guarantee schools would open by Easter.


Four deny criminal damage following toppling of Colston statue in Bristol

Four deny criminal damage following toppling of Colston statue in Bristol

Four deny criminal damage following toppling of Colston statue in Bristol

25 January 2021

The bronze memorial to the 17th century slave merchant was pulled down during a Black Lives Matter protest.


In Pictures: Seaside leisure venues, shops and football clubs join vaccine drive

In Pictures: Seaside leisure venues, shops and football clubs join vaccine drive

In Pictures: Seaside leisure venues, shops and football clubs join vaccine drive

25 January 2021

Blackpool’s Winter Gardens complex, a former Wickes store in Mansfield and Barnet FC’s home ground are among the coronavirus vaccine venues in use.


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