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Windrush generation – Are you affected?

Mandie Sewa

So, Theresa May has finally apologised to many Commonwealth citizens whose families were invited to come to build a broken Britain between 1948 – 1971. Yet decades their children face prohibition on employment, access to healthcare and housing, and in some cases removal from the only country they consider to be home.

UK government sends message to Windrush children – We don’t want you

Mandie Sewa

The 22nd June this year marks the 70th anniversary of the docking of a ship that sailed from the Caribbean to the UK. This ship, the SS Empire Windrush and has subsequently become a powerful and iconic symbol of UK migration.

Should a high earning capacity be shared upon divorce?

Victoria Walker

The Court of Appeal has released judgment in the case of Waggott v Waggott saying no it shouldn’t and dismissing the wife’s appeal.    

Update on EMI Options

Milly Bygrave

On 4 April 2018 HMRC published a bulletin regarding EMI option plans, which bears a significant impact on companies proposing to grant EMI options in the near future.

Land Banking: Fact or Fiction?

Ross Jarvis

There is no escaping the fact that in this country we have a disparity in the number of planning permissions implemented compared to the number of permissions granted. 

The Department for Education has invited professionals to share their views on children’s educational outcomes

Nicholas Endean

The Department for Education has invited professionals to comment and share their views on what makes a difference to children’s educational outcomes. Further, the government is looking for opinions and suggestions on how in practice, this can be improved.

CCGs being challenged for failure to provide personalised care packages

Mea Fyfe

The media is rife with the news that a number of Clinical Commissioning Groups (the NHS bodies responsible for making decisions about NHS Continuing Heathcare) (CCGs) are at risk of legal action if they cannot show that their policies on where that care can be provided are lawful.

£47,000 for transgender Primark employee following ‘shocking’ discrimination

Stephanie Bowen

Gender reassignment is a protected characteristic under the Equality Act 2010. Yet a case recently emerged in which a female Primark employee received £47,000 in compensation after suffering gender reassignment discrimination

1948-2018: Happy 70th Birthday NHS

Sarmad Gassoub

The nation’s best loved institution. 70 years is a long time to endure at a time in this nation’s history of unprecedented and very rapid change. Conceived and introduced in the post-war era in recognition of sacrifices made, offering free health care to all.  

Returns of value to shareholders - legal considerations of paying a dividend

Hayleigh Sears

Once you have established a successful business, shareholders may expect to see a return on their investment. This may either be by way of a sale of their shares, or by the payment of dividends from the company.

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