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This article covers the apprenticeship levy and other important announcements made in the Chancellor's 2015 Autumn Statement and Spending Review. It also links to the outcome to the consultation on the apprenticeship levy and to the new tax thresholds announced for 2016/17

The Lord Chancellor, the Right Honourable Michael Gove MP, has appointed Barry James Clarke as a Regional Employment Judge of the Employment Tribunals (England & Wales). He will serve as Regional Employment Judge for Wales, based at Cardiff, with effect from 1 December 2015. The full announcement is at https://www.judiciary.gov.uk/announcements/regional-employment-judge-of-the-employment-tribunals-clarke/

Issues of carry-over of holiday and the calculation of holiday pay cause headaches every day for employers, employees and advisors. This article provides an excellent, straight forward summary of holiday entitlements including the recent case of Greenfield v the Care Bureau. It examines the issues around carry over, particularly in cases involving long term sickness and family leave and also how holiday pay is calculated