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6 March 2018 The housing crisis - PM tells developers to step up and do their bit

The PM has announced plans to target developers who are sitting on planning permissions in a bid to address the ongoing housing crisis.

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2 May 2014 Clarification of the role of Clinical Commissioning Groups

Judgment was handed down today in JF v NHS Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group which considered the role of Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) under s3 NHS Act 2006.

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3 June 2013 Court reminds councils of traveller provision

Judgment was recently handed down by the Court of Appeal in the case of Delaney v Basildon Borough Council [2013] EWCA Civ 505.

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20 April 2012 Environment Agency consolidates CRC guidance

On Tuesday the Environment Agency published its CRC Manual to assist participants in complying with the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme Order 2010 (the “Scheme”).

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2 September 2011 Employment tribunal claims fall

On 1 September 2011 the Government announced that the number of employment tribunal claims had fallen by 8 per cent this year compared to 2010.

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5 August 2011 Breaking the glass ceiling

Theresa May and Business Secretary Vince Cable recently sent out a letter to all FTSE 350 companies setting out the business case for increasing the representation of women in senior positions.

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15 July 2011 The EAT urges employment judges to be cautious when considering striking out unfair dismissal claims

Employers often approach us looking for ways to reduce their litigation costs.

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10 June 2011 When is an employee not an employee?

The Supreme Court’s decision in Autoclenz v Belcher is expected soon.

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18 April 2011 Positive action in recruitment and promotion – will your business use it?

Employers can now lawfully treat one person more favourably than another when in connection with recruitment or promotion because they have a protected characteristic (although they are not obliged to).

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25 February 2011 Should the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme become a tax on carbon

As part of its commitment to reduce UK carbon emissions the previous UK government announced the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme – a cap and trade scheme whereby permits had to be purchased by companies based on the level of carbon produced.

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