Weekly Review of Developments

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Weekly Review of Developments 16/9/2016

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 16/09/2016 Crumbs. Neil Kinnock’s more famous for his soggy bottom, of course, but could it be true that the Camerons might be the new hosts of Bake Off? Channel Four seems to pay the kind of dough kneaded to attract a proven baker and her out of work former Prime Minister husband. Here's the rest of the news...
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Weekly Review of Developments 9/9/2016

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 09/09/2016 Looks like Mike Ashley can afford to pay cash for one of those new waterproof, and presumably tax-free, iPhone 7s. Might come in handy for all that crying he's doing at the minute. Here is the news... CONTENTS 1. Early Bird Discount on Annual Reviews Ends Soon 2. NI Tops Ill-Health Retirement Table...
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Weekly Review of Developments 2/9/2016

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 02/09/2016 Research out this week shows that dogs process words using the same part of the brain as do humans. Working dogs who'd like a subscription to the email update service should contact Julie@legal-island.com for canine discounts. Here's this week's barking news our furry friends will find fetching... ...
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Weekly Review of Developments 26/8/2016

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 26/08/2016 Just Jetting in this week – those Easy trips to and from Gatwick are called ‘domestic’ flights because staff fight on them. And let's hope you can find a seat if you're reading this on the train. Cor blimey, here is the news... CONTENTS 1. Over Half Employers Use Social Media Profiles in Recruitmen...
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Weekly Review of Developments 19/8/2016

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 19/08/2016 A tax on sugar, eh? You'll find no sweetness and light in this missive - it's as bitter and twisted as a boxer on the end of a perfectly fair and above-board decision. Now, where did we put those spare tickets for Rio? Here is the news... CONTENTS 1. Case Law Review2. Apprenticeship Levy - How it W...
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Weekly Review of Developments 12/8/2016

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 12/08/2016 Don't know about needing drugs to win, but you definitely need something to stay up and awake to watch the Olympics. Kryptonite, maybe? We were so tired the other night that the pool seemed to turn green. Here's something else designed to keep you going for a while... CONTENTS 1. Case Law Review2. ...
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Weekly Review of Developments 5/8/2016

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 05/08/2016 Any plans for the weekend? You could take in the latest Bourne blockbuster or, alternatively, watch the action packed live TV version of top athletes racing against each other whilst dodging kidnappers, zika virus infected mozzies and poisonous water. The show must go on... CONTENTS 1. Case Law Rev...
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Weekly Review of Developments 29/7/2016

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 29/07/2016 So, we're promised that post-Brexit there will be no return to the hard border of the past. Can we not even just get a wee one to keep out Donald Trump? Hair is the news... CONTENTS 1. Case Law Review2. External Whistleblowing Advice3. National Living Wage Responses4. When the Levy Breaks5. No Chan...
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Weekly Review of Developments 22/7/2016

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 22/07/2016 CONTENTS 1. Case Law Review2. ECNI Responds to Programme for Government Framework 3. Double-Glazed Ceiling 4. Auto Enrolment Pension Contributions Delay 5. NMW Update 6. Heatwave Advice 7. Brexit Impact 8. Employment News in the Media 9. GB Developments 10. Health and Safety Developments 11. South ...
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Weekly Review of Developments 15/7/2016

Posted in: Weekly Review of Developments on 15/07/2016 So, Boris Johnson is to head up the UK diplomatic service. We take it Jeremy Clarkson was otherwise engaged? Here is the news… CONTENTS 1. Case Law Reviews2. Brexit Fall Out Continues3. Employment Law in France4. The Immigration Act 20165. Employment News in the Media6. GB Developments7. South of t...