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6 February 2019 Challenges to SEN admissions

A recent High Court decision has confirmed the power of schools to challenge the inappropriate placement of children with EHCPs at schools.

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1 February 2019 An updated consideration of consent and positions of trust

Consent in abuse claims has long been a controversial and difficult subject to broach. Many organisations have been criticised for raising the issue.

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29 January 2019 As Japan becomes 'adequate' for data protection laws...will the UK soon become 'inadequate'?

On 23 January 2019, the European Commission and the Personal Information Commission of Japan, concluded a two-year-long dialogue and the adoption of the decisions recognising each other’s personal data protection systems as ‘equivalent’.

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28 January 2019 Court of Appeal rules that an appeal submitted out of time should be allowed to be heard

Court of Appeal ('CA') has recently permitted an application for an extension of time to submit an appeal with the Employment Appeal Tribunal ('EAT') because it was in the interests of justice to do so.

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24 January 2019 Workforce and immigration update - settlement fees scrapped and new settlement scheme

Many NHS Trusts have been debating the extent to which settlement fees should be paid to employees and family members. For those still engaged in the debate Theresa May’s announcement on 21 January 2019 that the settlement application fee would be scrapped will have been welcome news.

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24 January 2019 Google penalised €50m for GDPR breach

The first major financial penalty of €50m (£44m) has been imposed on Google LLC (EU HQ in Ireland) by CNIL, the French data regulator.

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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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