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22 Jun 2021
The first ever UK Infrastructure Bank has opened for business with the aim of investing in sectors such as clean energy and transport.
21 Jun 2021
The first supplementary delayed declarations on imports of non-controlled goods from the EU are due from 25 June 2021, HMRC has reminded businesses.
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Our summary of the key announcements from the Chancellor's latest Budget .
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