At the start of every tax year, we make a large number of content changes to GOV.UK. As the majority of these changes relate to increases in tax rates and thresholds, we call this process ‘uprating’.
Checking someone’s criminal record isn’t straightforward. In some cases, employers must check someone’s criminal record, but in others it’s a criminal offence to request a check.
In December last year we were visited by members of the Norfolk and Suffolk Constabularies, the Surrey Police and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner of Norfolk. Here’s what they said about their visit and how they’ve used …
During the summer months, we worked with the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) to improve the content on GOV.UK for lorry and bus drivers.
It was 35 degrees on the day I started at the Treasury. Greece was in crisis and the Chancellor’s Summer Budget was 7 days away. The atmosphere was intense. I went there to draft the Budget news story and to …
GOV.UK is the new home of HMRC information since we completed transition of all government agencies and arms-length bodies in December 2014. This means that millions of users now come to GOV.UK for information about Self Assessment tax returns. This …
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