Advice aimed at helping operators stay on the right side of new tax laws has been published by HMRC today (15 February). The briefing document sets out how it will monitor organisations engaging drivers and other contractors who work through their own limited company when new tax rules kick in. Under the updated IR35 rules, from 6 April large and medium-sized haulage companies – with net turnover of above £10m or 50 or more staff – will no longer be […]
A Scottish transport company is threatening to move its business south of the border after the council claimed it had been operating illegally for four years.
Victory! Back in 2017, after campaigning from the Unite union and Truckers’ Toilets UK, the HSE ruled thatemployers in control of non-domestic premises (i.e. places of work) were required to allow all visitors to their premises, who were not employed by them, access to their toilets and washing facilities.
Ballyvesey Holdings saw a fourfold profits fall in 2019 in what the company described as a “difficult” year in an intensely competitive market.