Weekly Review of Developments Issued: 14/11/2014

Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 14 November 2014
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It's enough to make a panda choke on its tea and drive you crackers - staff at Jacobs and McVitie's are to go on strike. That really takes the biscuit*. Here is the news...


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Case law essentials this week: *Yes, we know that the gangster panda works for Fox's and Jaffa Cakes are cakes, not biscuits. Our latest NI/GB comparative table is set out below. Don't take too long looking at it or someone might take your job - a report this week suggests that 50% of

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