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A disabled man from Cheshire has forced the government to reconsider its plans to scrap the Local Welfare Provision Fund - with the help of evidence from Islington LBC.
Annuity sales have fallen by 37.5 percent between Q1 and Q2 2014, down to an annualised rate of under 200,000; this compares to the 420,000 sold in 2012.
More than 100 of Britain's biggest companies have launched an onslaught on the current system of business rates, calling for radical reform of the controversial tax.
Heads and classroom teachers have reacted angrily to the announcement of a series of 'dawn raids' throughout England following controversy over alleged Islamist infiltration in Birmingham schools.
In light of Government's recent extension to the Right to Request Flexible Working, hfx has produced a paper entitled Supporting Flexible Working'.