Weekly Review of Developments 3/4/2020Posted in : Weekly Review of Developments on 3 April 2020
We understand that latest government guidance explicitly states that no future videoconference calls may be made until the ban on hairdressers is lifted. Certainly not to Legal Island, that's for sure... quite literally hair-raising stuff.
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