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Balfour Beatty was fined £2.6 million in May 2016 following a fatal accident in April 2010. In its half year results statement the construction giant has announced that it has reassessed its potential liabilities.
Part 7 of the Immigration Act 2016 will soon bring into force a “Code of Practice on the English language requirement for public sector workers”.
Following a consultation, the government has published proposed changes to the legislation that governs the way in which termination payments shall be treated for the purposes of tax and national insurance.
A recent judgment by Mr Justice Newey in Richards v Worcestershire County Council and another could have huge implications for local authorities and CCGs providing after-care services to patients.
Under the Equality Act 2010 job applicants are protected against acts of discrimination either in the recruitment process of the employer, the terms of a job offer, or any decision not to offer them a job at all.
In the case of Primeo Fund (in official liquidation) v Herald Fund SPC (in official liquidation), the Cayman Islands Court of Appeal considered an appeal by Herald from the Grand Court’s first instance decision.
It is envisaged that the values and types of cases suitable for the Online Court could be extended in the future.
A newspaper report has identified an increased level of political interest in whether the creation of new grammar schools should be permitted.
It has been widely reported that employees from Albania, Brazil, Nepal and Egypt working in the burger chain Byron have been arrested by officers at restaurants where they were working.
The Briggs report, a review of the civil court justice system, has made recommendations in relation to fixed costs.
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