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Businesses face £1000 annual charge per non-EU skilled worker - BBC News


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Businesses face £1000 annual charge per non-EU skilled worker
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It is one of a number of reforms to Tier 2 - the official name for the main migration route for skilled workers coming to the UK from outside Europe. The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) warned the charge could hold businesses back from ...
Firms face £1000 annual charge for every skilled worker from outside EuropeBelfast Telegraph

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Heathrow is under fire for paying just ?24 million in tax while paying its ... - Business Insider


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Heathrow is under fire for paying just ?24 million in tax while paying its ...
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Heathrow is a regulated entity that operates not only within the tax laws but also within the spirit of them and we are also one of the largest business rate payers in the UK, paying around ?1 billion since 2006. Corporate tax has been low to date ...

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Microsoft is storing users' sensitive encryption keys in the cloud - Business Insider


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Microsoft is storing users' sensitive encryption keys in the cloud
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Business Insider has reached out to Microsoft for comment. A company spokesperson told The Intercept that "when a device goes into recovery mode, and the user doesn't have access to the recovery key, the data on the drive will become permanently ...

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You can control this family's Christmas lights over the internet and the ... - Business Insider


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You can control this family's Christmas lights over the internet and the ...
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Every year, the internet is overrun with over-the-top Christmas decorations competing to be the most extravagant. They're perfectly choreographed to music. Or cover an entire street, recorded by drone-cam. Or just go all-out, spending thousands to ...

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The UK's new slavery laws explained: what do they mean for business? - The Guardian


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The UK's new slavery laws explained: what do they mean for business?
The Guardian
Up to 13,000 people in Britain are being held in conditions of slavery. They include women forced into prostitution, domestic staff and workers in fields, factories and fishing boats. Photograph: Anna Gowthorpe/PA ...

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