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Employment Bulletin July 2017

In this month's bulletin we look at what has happened in employment law over the last month in our regular in brief article as well as...

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A momentous decision in respect of access to justice

In one of the most significant decisions in the world of employment law for many years, the Supreme Court in R (on the application of...

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Supreme Court rules on the unfairness of court fees

Powerful words from the Supreme Court on the fairness of application fees in employment tribunal cases - something that can be applied...

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Build to Rent - Grainger makes progress

More news this week of Grainger expanding its investment in the Build to Rent sector.  Good for Grainger but there's still more to do to...

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Tell me news not history... (Part 3)

So perhaps a slightly flippant title but the article seems to suggest this is something brand new while at the same time saying millions...

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Energy Storage - left hand, meet right hand.

So, some good news for storage. No double charging, a proper definition and some support from OFGEM on grid connection challenges and...

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Starting gun fired on drone regulation

The Government has sounded the starting gun in the move towards regulating parts of the drone market, proposing education, registration...

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Eye opening security

TSB has announced the launch of iris scanning as part of its mobile banking app security.  Available to customers with certain Samsung...

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Card charges to go in January 2018

The Government is introducing new rules that will end card-charging in Britain.

We'll all be familiar with them where you get to the end...

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Open justice prevails over privacy

The UK's Supreme Court has rejected an application for a privacy injunction by a man caught up in the Oxford child grooming scandal.

Mr...

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Technology and diversity

It is well recognised that the technology workforce in the UK needs a boost in terms of diversity. Many argue that there is real...

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UK technology sector growth

It is exciting to see the continuing growth of the tech industry in the UK with an increasing number of companies with significant...

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Flexible first for Foot Anstey

Great to be involved with the first occupier to be signed up to BL's new venture. Interesting to work with the new structure and good...

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CMA approves payment system operator consolidation

With an eye on making it easier for market entry and competition, the Competition and Markets Authority has approved the consolidation of...

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BIMBY - a positive approach to neighbourhood planning

Really interesting to learn about the Prince's Foundation trying to promote a more positive community approach to neighbourhood planning...

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12 week sentence shows social media abuse is not funny

Rhodri Philipps has been sentenced to 12 weeks, convicted of sending malicious communications.

In his defence, the Viscount argued that...

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