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Deliveroo valued at €5.7bn

Deliveroo has been valued at more than €5.7bn following a new funding round and ahead of a potential stock market flotation.deliveroo0220
The takeaway delivery firm raised more than €148m from existing investors in a round led by Durable Capital Partners and Fidelity Management & Research Company.
The latest funding comes after the company announced plans to expand into around 100 new towns and cities across the UK in 2021.
In 2020, Deliveroo saw thousands more businesses sign up to its delivery services as the hospitality sector was hit by coronavirus restrictions.
Demand for takeaway food as also surged over the past year as the public were confined to home amid Covid-19 lockdowns.

 

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Deliveroo valued at €5.7bn

Deliveroo has been valued at more than €5.7bn following a new funding round and ahead of a potential stock market flotation.deliveroo0220
The takeaway delivery firm raised more than €148m from existing investors in a round led by Durable Capital Partners and Fidelity Management & Research Company.
The latest funding comes after the company announced plans to expand into around 100 new towns and cities across the UK in 2021.
In 2020, Deliveroo saw thousands more businesses sign up to its delivery services as the hospitality sector was hit by coronavirus restrictions.
Demand for takeaway food as also surged over the past year as the public were confined to home amid Covid-19 lockdowns.

 

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Home work rights planned for employees

Sales and marketing, HR and accountancy personnel could be given  a legal right to seek to work from home in the future under Government plans.leovaradkar0520

The Government says it will legislate to provide employees with the right to request their employer allow them work remotely.
It will also introduce a new legally admissible code of practice on the right to disconnect from work – covering phone calls, emails and switch-off time.
The Government has also proposed that working from home should be the norm for up to 20 per cent of staff in the public service, but accepts this is an average figure and could pose challenges in frontline areas such as health.
The measures form part of a new strategy on remote working to be published by the Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise Leo Varadkar.
As part of the new initiative, the Government is also to explore the acceleration of the national broadband plan to facilitate more people to work remotely as well as investing in more remote working hubs that are close to childcare facilities. There is also a plan to review the treatment of remote working for the purposes of tax and expenditure in the next budget.
Mr Varadkar said that “post-pandemic, I want remote working to be part of a whole new world of work, and this new Government strategy sets out how we will enable it”.

 

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Travelling Burger Shoppers fined

Three people who travelled from Co Meath to south Dublin for takeaway burgers are among 29 people who have been fined €100 each for breaching Covid-19 restrictions sincgardaie the introduction of new enforcement measures on Monday.

Gardaí say the fixed payment notices were issued to people who had travelled more than 5km from their homes without a reasonable excuse.
Current Level 5 health regulations only allow for people to exercise within 5km of their home. 
Three people from Co Meath were fined after they were stopped in Ringsend in Dublin where they said they had travelled 80km for a burger. 

 

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Tax bills for Hospitality workers

Up to 100,000 hospitality sector employees will be among around 420,000 tax payers who will be issued tax bills today as a result of payments they received under the two main Revenue CommissionersCovid subsidy schemes last year.
 An estimated 71% of those in receipt of the Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme and 33% of those on the Pandemic Unemployment Payment underpaid tax - and will receive a bill.
Data released by Revenue yesterday shows that 80% of taxpayers' statements are balanced, overpaid or underpaid by less than €200, while 706,000 taxpayers are due a refund.
In total, over 600,000 people underpaid income tax or universal social charge in 2020.
This is partly due to the fact that the TWSS and PUP payments were not taxed at source.
The amount outstanding is €458 million.

 

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