Bloody Sunday families repeat call for early Saville publication

first_img Bloody Sunday families repeat call for early Saville publication Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th WhatsApp News Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter Pinterest Twitter Google+center_img 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Previous articleCouncillor’s row leads to meeting being abandonedNext articleRAAD admit placing Letterkenny device News Highland Facebook Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Facebook 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic The British government hopes the report of the Saville Inquiry into the events of Bloody Sunday will be published before the UK general election.Shaun Woodward, the Northern Ireland Secretary, said he would do all he could to make the document available soon.The Bloody Sunday families issued a statement in response, saying they were glad to hear Mr Woodwards comments, but they said that the Secretary of State should “pull out all the stops” to publish the inquiry report before the forthcoming election.Micky Mc Kinney, brother of William Mc Kinney who was murdered on Bloody Sunday, says the families should also be given a few days prior warning of any release date. By News Highland – March 30, 2010 Google+ Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry last_img read more

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Employers must keep abreast of alterations to childcare funding

first_img“Employer-supported childcare is an important businessbenefit that can have a positive impact on many company policies, includingrecruitment and retention, productivity and performance and the work-lifebalance,” Haynes added. Gill Haynes said that from April 2005, the changes willradically alter the way that employers can help to fund childcare. Employers must keep abreast of alterations to childcare fundingOn 24 Aug 2004 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. But from next year, employees stand to receive both NI andtax benefits on the first £50 per week of the employer-provided childcarevouchers. However, Haynes said the catch is that the new extra benefit willonly be available if the childcare is registered or approved. Currently, employees are exempt from NI on childcarevouchers provided by their employer. These can be used by parents towards arange of provisions, including Ofsted-registered childminders and day nurseries. In the future, they canalso be used towards less formal childcare, including nannies, breakfast clubsand childminders caring for childrenover seven years of age. Exact details of the change are still to be finalised, but it is likely that a new voluntary approvalcategory will be introduced to cover childcare providers currently consideredto be unregulated, such as nannies and breakfast clubs. It is thought to beunlikely that relatives looking after children will qualify for such approval. Comments are closed. “Companies that provide childcare vouchers need to be awarethat their employees could miss out on tax and NI benefits from April 2005which could be costly for them. center_img The National Child Minding Association and Accor Services are holding a free event, supported by PersonnelToday, to talk employers through the issues. The ‘Helping Families, HelpingBusiness’ event takes place on 20 September 2004. Previous Article Next Article Haynes said: “Our important message to employers is; beaware of the changes, help your employees plan for them and, come 1 April nextyear, there won’t be any nasty shocks in store for companies and their staff. By Quentin Reade For more information, go to www.ncma.org.uk Employers must keep up with changes to tax and NationalInsurance (NI) regulations for childcare provision, or risk a ‘nasty shock’,according to the chief executive of the National ChildmindingAssociation. “It also helps to raise a company’s external profile as agood employer.” last_img read more

"Employers must keep abreast of alterations to childcare funding"