Initially the federal government had hoped to launch retail sales by July this year. Trudeau said: “One of the things that we heard very clearly from the provinces is that they need a certain amount of time to get their bricks-and-mortar stores and their online sales ready. … [Read more...] about Canada’s Trudeau says cannabis will become legal in mid-October
Ethiopian news october 3 2018
A source told E! at the time: "They are in different points in their lives right now and decided they needed the time to breath apart from each other. They are still in touch and both hope that things will work out, but their relationship is always up and down." … [Read more...] about Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik’s epic love story and painful splits after baby news
"The Ethiopian charge d'affaires was summoned in protest over the army-backed incursion in Sudan by Ethiopian militants who attacked Sudanese civilians and troops," the Sudanese ministry said in a statement. A Sudanese military spokesman said Friday that a captain and several soldiers, as well as civilians, had been killed in clashes in the southeastern state of Al Qadarif. … [Read more...] about Sudan Summons Ethiopian Diplomat Over Deadly Border Clashes
Some Ethiopian groups have used farmland in the Sudanese al Fashqa border region for decades. The former Sudanese government of deposed veteran leader Omar al-Bashir turned a blind eye, but the current transitional authorities in Khartoum are trying to expel the groups. … [Read more...] about Sudan summons Ethiopian envoy over suspected cross-border attack
Income-tax deferrals: Self-assessment income tax payments, that were due in July, can be deferred to the end of January next year. Rent support: Businesses who are struggling to pay their rents are protected from eviction until the end of June. Coronavirus business interruption loan scheme: SMEs can get loans and overdrafts of up to £5million for up to six years and the government will guarantee up to 80 per of these. Grants of up to £10,000: Small firms can get grants of up to £10,000 to help with ongoing business costs. VAT payments: VAT payments can be deferred for three months. Tax bill help: SMEs that cannot afford their tax bills can ask HMRC for a “time to pay” arrangement so any debt collection is suspended. Business rates holiday: A 12-month business rates holiday has been introduced for many businesses. Most read in Money … [Read more...] about Is the self-employed government grant scheme going to get extended like furlough to October?