Transport for London (TfL) has announced that it will begin issuing fines to motor vehicles caught driving within or crossing the white lines of cycle lanes that are marked by a solid white line and cycle tracks on its Road Network (TLRN) from 27 June 2022.
The Government has published its response to the feedback it received when it launched a consultation in October 2021 asking for comments on which aspects of the UK’s current trading arrangements with the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) it should look to improve or amend.
Cost of living increases are leading most news bulletins with the emphasis on fuel, food and energy. Now the TUC has put the spotlight on another rising cost — childcare — with the warning that many parents with pre-school children are caught in a “catch 22”.
In April we reported on what the Construction Leadership Council (CLC) described as the sector’s growing professional indemnity (PI) insurance crisis (see Industry views sought on professional indemnity insurance crisis).
We reported earlier this year that VAT-registered businesses importing and exporting goods between Great Britain and the EU had been warned of forthcoming changes to the UK’s customs systems (see Customs Declaration Service set to replace CHIEF).
The Department for Education (DfE) has launched a consultation with regard to its proposed reforms to the appropriate body (AB) sector, seeking views on the transitional period, the roles of the AB and the value of formal assessment in statutory teacher induction.