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Posted on 1 July 2021 by Cian Sion
Today marks the end of the Land Transaction Tax (LTT) holiday in Wales. Property purchases over £180,000 will no longer qualify for the temporary tax relief worth up to £2,450. […]
Posted on 10 March 2021 by Cian Sion
This blog post sets the scene for local government as we enter a new financial year and the second year in the shadow of COVID-19.
Posted on 16 November 2020 by Cian Sion
Following the release of new labour market data last week, Jesús Rodríguez and Cian Siôn walk us through what this tells us about the pandemic’s impact on the Welsh workforce and job market.
Posted on 13 August 2020 by Cian Sion
This Thursday marks 11 weeks since people across the UK last broke out into applause for key workers. It would be easy to dismiss this weekly display of appreciation as […]
Posted on 22 June 2020 by Cian Sion
This blog post sets out what we know so far about the impact of Covid-19 on business, the labour market, and the Welsh economy, as Welsh Government lockdown restrictions are slowly eased.
Posted on 11 June 2020 by Luke Nicholas
This is a guest post by Professors Emyr Lewis and Ryszard Piotrowicz. During the coronavirus-enforced lockdown, the four countries of the UK operated under very similar rules, at least until […]
Posted on 26 March 2020 by Cian Sion
As the UK Chancellor prepares to announce a package of support for self-employed workers affected by the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, this short blog posts sets out key facts about the self-employed workforce in Wales.
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