NHS staff could lose 75% of Sturgeon Covid bonus, say experts

  The Guardian 

Image source : theguardian.com
First minister’s £500 payment to Scotland’s health and care workers won’t be tax-free Tax experts have warned that Scotland’s poorest health and care workers could lose up to 75% of the £500 bonus pledged by Nicola Sturgeon because it will not be tax-free. The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) said the lowest-paid workers who receive universal credit would be penalised the most because the extra income would be deducted from their welfare payments, while a leading economics thinktank criticised it as bad policy. Continue reading... ▶ Full story on theguardian.com
 ▼ Related news : 
Kate Middleton and Prince William's special gift to NHS Scotland staff after Sturgeon snub
Daily Express  
Sturgeon shamed as Gordon Brown's emotional defence of UK-wide NHS exposed
Daily Express  
Covid Scotland: Nicola Sturgeon apologises for rising death toll
Evening Times  
Covid Scotland: Nicola Sturgeon 'truly sorry' as 92 more people lose their lives
Herald Scotland  
Nicola Sturgeon announces 92 Covid-19 deaths and 1,330 new cases in Scotland
Daily Record  
How to watch Nicola Sturgeon's Covid update as FM addresses Holyrood today
Daily Record  
Nicola Sturgeon under fire over fact Scotland has slowest Covid vaccine rate
The Guardian  
Covid Scotland: Nicola Sturgeon says transmission starting to reduce as cases drop below 800
Evening Times  
Covid Scotland: Nicola Sturgeon reports 752 new cases and four deaths
Herald Scotland  
Nicola Sturgeon admits Covid vaccine wastage in Scotland following rollout
Daily Express  
Covid Scotland: Nicola Sturgeon outlines supermarket guidance
Herald Scotland  
Coronavirus: Nicola Sturgeon says don't expect big events this summer due to Covid
Evening Times  
Covid in Scotland: Nicola Sturgeon defends Scottish vaccine roll-out
BBC News  
Recent News !
  The superstars didn't shine at Stamford Bridge
  "If everyone stops saying Madison's name, she'll stop making stuff up for...
  He had urged his colleagues to get back inside their cars, as he faced the knifeman alone.
  Colin Dowland, head of Woodridge Primary School in North Finchley, London, revealed that parents had been writing in to question teachers'...
  And should you get one at all?
  KATE, Duchess of Cambridge, looked visibly moved during a poignant conversation with two Holocaust survivors held on Holocaust Memorial Day.
  'We’re literally more powerful than the big firms right now.'
  The former Manchester United pair were seen in a heated exchange in during Tuesday night's Milan derby quarter-final clash at the San...
  If you are looking for a sophisticated new home, then look no further than this city-centre development, described as heritage meets...
  'Prosecutions will follow' the joint operation
  With no-frills blue and white packaging, drugstore-friendly pricing and easy-to-read ingredients, CeraVe is like the ivory soap of...
  It’s because of early pioneers like Frank Bunker Gilbreth that we can use WAR technology to make the workplace safer.
  Set audacious, small and long-term goals to help make your company vision a reality.
  What if every art museum looked like the Rubell Art Museum in Miami? What if every art museum paid this much attention to Black artists? To women. To the...
  Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka have been vital to Arsenal's success in recent weeks, but Gunners legend Martin Keown has warned...
  The sports tech firm will offer its performance tracking technology, previously only available to elite players, to individuals in the US.
  THE campaign to get the beloved PS Waverley "paddling again by summer" has reached a milestone with donations.
  Two warnings are in place for southern and northern parts of the country as the cold snap continues.
  Boris Johnson will update the nation from Downing Street on the government's latest response to coronavirus
  It comes after the UK's official death toll passed 100,000 yesterday
  Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd has said it intends for its crew members to have received the coronavirus vaccine before boarding its cruise...
  Manchester City went above Manchester United at the top of the Premier League table following a 5-0 win at West Bromwich Albion
  Suspect Paul Rivas, 64, accused of driving car into people along streets and sidewalk, killing a 77-year-old and injuring nine others Investigators have...
  Nicola Sturgeon has told people not to book a summer foreign holiday this year.
  The six-cell prison in Neumünster, Schleswig-Holstein, has opened to deter people from breaking quarantine rules after travel or potential exposure ...
  'I think he can fit in well with Mikel Arteta in the No.10 role.'
  PRESIDENT Joe Biden, who has been in office for one week, will speak to the American public on January 27. Biden will likely address the nation...
  Bule Mbelu Boris Becker - who goes by Mr Boris Becker online - was arrested for being out of the house 'without a...
  A HELENSBURGH teenager allegedly breached Covid travel restrictions after being told to self isolate.
  It will receive investment under the proposals
  Fears that Brexit would spark an exodus of European staff from the NHS in London have not materialised, a health chief has said.
  North Wales Police have confirmed the Explosive Ordinance Disposal unit has been called to Wrexham Industrial Estate which is home to the Wockhardt...
About newsoneplace.com - Privacy & Terms -
Copyright © 2015 www.newsoneplace.com - Hosted on Linode