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Consumers and the digital single market
From: Department for Business, Innovation & Skills, Department for Culture, Media & Sport and Baroness Neville-Rolfe DBE CMG
Delivered on: 24 February 2016 (Original script, may differ from delivered version)
Summary: Speech by Baroness Neville-Rolfe about the importance of the digital single market for consumers.
Reports & Statistics
Title: FSB calls for Budget to back enterprise, reform business rates and simplify tax
Department: Federation of Small Businesses (FSB)
In its submission to the Chancellor of the Exchequer in advance of the 2016 Spring Budget Statement, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has called on the Government to strengthen small business confidence by clearly and consistently backing enterprise. The FSB’s recent quarterly survey shows small business confidence is cooling in the face of deteriorating global economic headwinds and domestic policy decisions which are coming into force.
Our members are being tested by a series of significant challenges which will drive up costs and increase burdens over the coming months. These include the introduction of the National Living Wage in April, pension auto-enrolment and changes to the tax treatment of dividends. On top of these, small firms still face an unreformed business rates system and the prospect of compulsory quarterly digital tax reporting.
Title: EEF Budget Submission – March 2016
Department: EEF: The Manufacturers’ Organisation
Title: Retail 2020 – Fewer but Better Jobs (February 2016)
Department: British Retail Consortium
o The first is to rebalance the burden of taxation.
o Second is to ensure the remit of the Low Pay Commission is strengthened and clarified with regard to the National Living Wage.
o Thirdly, there must be greater employer leadership of the apprenticeship levy including more discretion for employers over how and where it is spent.
Final report: http://www.brc.org.uk/downloads/Retail_2020_(final).pdf