Daily Archives: November 3, 2014


If you haven’t yet sent your 2013/14 tax return to HMRC, remember not to do it on paper – or you’ll end up with a £100 late-filing penalty. The 31 October paper-filing deadline for 2013/14 tax returns has now passed. Even if you have no tax to pay, or you […]

Paper tax returns a no-no from November


Primary schools receive fresh funding boost of over £150 million to improve PE lessons as part of the PE and sport premium. Headteachers have already used the PE and sport premium to recruit hundreds of extra specialist PE teachers, to buy new equipment and to offer a wider selection of sports, and free after-school […]

£150 million to boost primary school sport




Scientists, including Professor Ian Cree of the University of Warwick’s Medical School, have identified more than 800 markers in the blood of cancer patients that could help lead to a single blood test for early detection of many types of cancer in future, according to research presented at the National […]

Step towards blood tests for many cancer types


Could you help keep a family together? This year’s National Adoption Week (3 – 9 November) focuses on siblings in a bid to encourage more people to come forward and adopt brothers and sisters. Currently there are seven sets of siblings in desperate need of a loving family across the […]

Let’s stay together