Nearly two years after Takata announced it was subject to a federal criminal investigation related to its handling of shrapnel-shooting airbags, the Japanese auto parts maker is reportedly working to make a deal with the Justice Department to resolve allegations of criminal wrongdoing. 372 more words
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HMRC Payment by Credit or Debit Card Disclosure Scheme
HMRC have launched a disclosure campaign aimed at businesses which accept payment by credit or debit cards but have not so far declared those sales. 40 more words
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has begun sending text message warnings to taxpayers designed to prompt them to pay their taxes on time.
In a trial conducted by the Government’s Behavioural Insights Team (BIT), taxpayers received three different text messages. 144 more words
Hull away was the first game I have missed this season due to buying tickets for Frankie Boyle at the Pleasance Theatre on The Cally. 1,252 more words
You can fall asleep with a 28-point lead and let a beaten opponent start to believe.
You can rack up all the dumbass penalties in the world, from popping guys five yards out of bounds to pulling facemasks on key stops to killing drives with offensive PIs. 814 more words
Today we are calling for stiffer penalties for drivers who use their mobile phones behind the wheel