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We have secured another discontinuance for one of our London Borough local authority clients on a claim by a utility company for damage to their underground apparatus.
In a speech at Westminster last night, Lord Justice Jackson has recommended the implementation of fixed costs in all multi-track cases up to the value of £250,000.
A number of reports are circulating that the Government is going to propose major changes to the way the admissions system operates within England.
three judges held under the Sale of Goods Act 1979 that it was possible to enter into a contract for the sale of goods even though the goods had not yet been acquired by the seller.
New research from the Tax Payers' Alliance reveals that over £100 million has been paid out in compensation claims against local authorities across the Great Britain over the last two years.
In Graham Little v Tyre Services GB Ltd the claimant served his witness statement 15 weeks late; no extension was requested.
A recent report from the Education Select Committee has criticised the DfE’s “act first, think later” approach to the creation of RSCs, who were introduced to provide oversight given the increasing numbers of academies.
Over half of the 230 investigations against teachers that advanced to National College for Teaching & Leadership panel stage involved allegations relating to sexual activity, inappropriate relationships or general inappropriate behaviour.
The Department for Education has said social workers are “often poorly trained and not ready for frontline practice and improving their capability is arguably the most important issue to be tackled.”
The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) has called on the government to make significant changes to the legal framework that governs academies.
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