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Home Energy & Lifestyle Ltd (HELM) was slapped with a record £200,000 fine by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) for making over 6 million automated marketing calls
A change in the law which came into force on 1 October 2015 amends the rather unusual loophole
Whilst VW may not be any more damaging to the environment than the next marque - it will now have to spend many millions more in order to try to shed the perception, created by this scandal, that company is potentially dishonest, inefficient and unreliable.
The Government’s new Immigration Bill was introduced to the House of Commons on 17 September 2015. The Bill is seeking to make various changes to UK immigration laws…
An amendment to the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (the 1954 Act) should encourage landlords to allow residential tenants to run a small business from their homes.
Following Law Commission recommendations, the Enterprise Bill is to introduce new reforms on insurance pay outs. The Bill introduces a number of new measures…
Following the Advocate General's opinion in June, the Court of Justice in the European Union has confirmed that in the case of workers who do not have...
The ASA have confirmed in their decision that EMC’s Facebook post on their own wall amounted to a breach of the Comparative Advertising Directive.
It’s the start of a new school term and as usual pupils are testing the boundaries of school uniform policies, and consequently being sent home.
The Schools Minister has confirmed that the rules on admissions for ‘summer-born’ children must change.
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