McDonald’s, Nando’s and Pret A Manger are among food chains planning price cuts for customers as £4.1 billion of VAT cuts come into force.
At a glance: Chancellor’s summer spending plans including vouchers to eat out and a cut in VAT for tourism and hospitality
Tourism and hospitality businesses will have their VAT bill slashed and people given vouchers to go out and eat as part of the UK Government's efforts to mitigate the economic damage caused by coronavirus.
VAT is to be slashed on food, accommodation and attractions in a major boost for hospitality firms hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
William Hill may be in line for a windfall of up to £150 million, bosses revealed on Wednesday after betting firms won a case against the taxman.
Goals Soccer Centres, which operates 46 branches nationwide, including one at Bridge of Dee, announced on March 8 that it was investigating accounting errors going back “several years”.
The Government will waive VAT on the X Factor winner’s single and donate the money to charity for the eighth year in a row, Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced.
An Aberdeen MSP has appealed for firms removing combustible cladding from their buildings in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire to receive a VAT exemption for the work.
VAT collected on The X Factor winner’s song will go to charity for the seventh year in succession, Chancellor Philip Hammond has announced.
An Aberdeen pharmacist jailed for 20 months over a VAT fraud has been ordered to pay back £432,000 under the Proceeds of Crime Act.
A former bodyguard has been warned prison is almost "inevitable" after he was found guilty of VAT fraud worth more than £419,000.