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By Tim Hayes
In University of Sunderland v Drossou, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) held that the long-standing practice of excluding employer pension contributions ...
By Angus Walker
Today's entry reports on progress with the National Infrastructure Commission.
By David Mundy, Aaron Nelson
The Prime Minister's speech in Florence on 22 September was intended to create momentum in the ongoing Brexit negotiations, notwithstanding that (in her view, at least)...
By Jesper Christensen
In Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council v Willetts and others, the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) has provided further clarification of the law on holiday pay, confirming that voluntary overtime...
By David Mundy, Aaron Nelson
One of the most controversial aspects of the Bill is the disapplication of the Charter of Fundamental Rights.
By Jennifer Chappell
The case first came to the attention of Islington Council when tenants of Green Live Limited in Holloway Road, North London, contacted the (Housing) Preventions and Options Team...
By Angus Walker
Today's entry reports on a potential change to land access for nationally significant infrastructure projects.
By Stuart Thomson
Many organisations have to deal with the reality of communicating in a politically charged environment day in, day out. But what does that mean for their communications and what steps should they take?
By David Mundy, Aaron Nelson
Earlier this week, following two days of debate (on 7 and 11 September), the House of Commons voted in favour of the Government's motion that the EU (Withdrawal) Bill ‘be now read a Second time'.
By Matthew Braithwaite
A series of changes to the taxation of individuals who resident in the UK but domiciled outside the UK, so called resident non-doms (RNDs) which came into force from 6 April 2017...
By Matthew Braithwaite
Finance Bills at the moment are like London buses; you wait ages for one and then two come along at once.
By Angus Walker
Today's entry reports on the latest status of three forthcoming National Policy Statements.
By Stuart Thomson
Many organisations seem afraid or in awe of politicians and government and what they can do.
By Nicholas Le Riche
The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has updated its code of practice on subject access requests (SARs) to reflect two important Court of Appeal judgments published earlier this year...
By Angus Walker
The Development of National Significance (DNS – or DAC in Welsh) regime is the Welsh regime similar to the Planning Act 2008 but for smaller projects and those not covered by the Planning Act in Wales.
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