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Top story: 25 recruitment firms breach AE rules

A total of 25 UK-based recruitment firms are known to have breached pensions auto-enrolment rules since the legislation came into force, new figures show. Read full story

Cabinet reshuffle sees failing Universal Credit architect IDS keep job

Iain Duncan Smith, the cabinet minister responsible for the failing Universal Credit reform that relies on RTI data to function, has kept his job following this week’s Conservative cabinet reshuffle. Read full story

Implementing RTI costs small businesses dear

The average micro, small and medium-sized employer has seen their annual compliance bill rise by £713 in 2014, according to research by the Forum of Private Business. Read full story

NEST writes off £1.1m fraud loss

The National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) has written off the £1.4m losses it incurred when it was the victim of mandate fraud. Read full story

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