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10 January 2019 Levy restrictions are killing learning

New research published today by the City & Guilds Group reveals that 92% of apprenticeship levy-paying employers want to see greater flexibility in how they can spend their apprenticeship allowance, with the rigidity of the current system holding many back.

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7 January 2019 Home Office to modernise right to work checks

In April 2018 a Right to Work Checking Service was launched to allow individuals to demonstrate their right to work in the UK. Individuals are currently able to review their right to work record online and share a code with their employer to allow them to gain access to the record.

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3 January 2019 NICE publishes draft guidance on the procurement of Digital Health Technologies (DHT)

NICE publishes draft guidance on the procurement of Digital Health Technologies (DHT).

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21 December 2018 Government proposals announced for new immigration system following Brexit

The Government has published its long awaited White Paper, outlining its proposals for a new immigration system following Brexit.

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18 December 2018 The Government’s Good Work Plan published

The Government have claimed it’s the biggest reform of employment law in 20 years but with no draft legislation or even any dates or commitments to legislate, what exactly did the government announce yesterday?

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18 December 2018 'Unfavourable' treatment defined in disability discrimination cases

The Supreme Court has held that 'unfavourable' treatment is not the same as a 'detriment' for the purpose of considering a claim for discrimination arising from a disability.

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11 December 2018 Nuisance calls, end of the line for directors?

The new Privacy and Electronic Communications (Amendments) Regulations 2018 which come into force later in December will empower the ICO to impose fines of up to £500,000 on officers and to personally hold them account even where the company has dissolved.

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10 December 2018 What will the EU Settlement Scheme look like under a no deal Brexit?

The Department for Exiting the European Union published a policy paper last week on the implications of a no deal Brexit on the EU Settlement Scheme.

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7 December 2018 The Home Office suspend UK Tier 1 Investor Visa


The Home Office have temporarily suspended the Tier 1 Investor route with effect from today, due to ongoing concerns about organised crime and money laundering. We understand that the suspension is intended to be in place until new rules are introduced for investors in 2019.

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6 December 2018 Supreme Court stops landlord from circumventing business tenant’s right of renewal with scheme of works designed solely to enable eviction

We previously reported on the High Court decision of S Franses Ltd v The Cavendish Hotel (London) Ltd in which it was held that a landlord’s motive could not prevent it from successfully utilising ‘ground (f)’ under s30(1) of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 to oppose a lease renewal.

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