Operators must check their drivers comply with the new IR35 tax regulations which kicked in this week or risk being fined by HMRC, the RHA is warning. From 6 April large and medium-sized haulage companies – with net turnover of above £10m or employing 50 or more staff – will no longer be able to hire drivers who work as limited companies. Instead, drivers will need to be employed as a PAYE (pay-as-you-earn) worker, either by the haulier, the agency […]
Chancellor George Osborne has confirmed in the Budget there will be no rise in fuel duty this September.
Systemic problems with Brexit red tape will continue to hit exports, RHA warns, as number of empty lorries leaving UK doubles
The RHA is disputing an Office of National Statistics (ONS) forecast that UK exports could rally as traders get used to the new rules.
The Road Haulage Association (RHA) has pressed chancellor George Osborne to reconsider making a training fund available for the industry, after hopes were dashed in the Autumn Statement last week.