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This month is a special newscast edition, instead of looking at the most recent developments we will look ahead into what 2015 will bring...
Do you sell electronically supplied services in the EU For example; training, music and film downloads? If so, you will be subject to the new VAT rules that came into effect on January 1st.
The draft data protection regulation proposed by the European Commission back in January 2012 is expected to be adopted in February.
This dropped to 21% in 2014 and will drop again to 20% this year.
From April 2015 similar rights to the changes we saw for fathers and partners of pregnant women to take unpaid time off for ante-natal appointments, last October. This year it will be extended to adopters and their partners with effect from April 5th.
The UK has to transpose the requirements of the EU Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) directive into national law by July 9th.
It is anticipated that this Bill will come into force in October although this is subject to the will of Parliament.
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