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28 February 2018
9 July 2012 was all change for many immigration categories, including the Rules on bringing parents, grandparents and other dependant relatives to the UK.
27 February 2018
The case of Hale v Brighton & Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust has held that the start of a disciplinary process can be the start of conduct extending over a period – i.e. a “continuing act” for the purposes of the Equality Act 2010.
26 February 2018
As you will be aware by now, the GDPR comes into force in the UK on 25th May 2018. If you aren’t already making preparations to ensure that you are compliant with the GDPR, you need to start doing so as soon as possible.
22 February 2018
Today marks #WorldEncephalitisDay. Encephalitis is a serious neurological condition that can have a severe impact on a person’s care needs. The consequences are often life-changing and individuals affected can be left with a need for care provision capable of meeting complex care needs.
21 February 2018
The genuineness test came into effect in January 2013. At first it only applied to first time applicants but was quickly extended to extension and settlement applications.
13 February 2018
Much of the Vote Leave Campaign was about controlling immigration. However a leaked government EU impact analysis shows that the cost of cutting EU migration is much greater than the benefits.
07 February 2018
So, Theresa May has promised to battle EU leaders in the next stage of the Brexit divorce talks. This will no doubt make some UK businesses desperate for the Government to lock down the 2-year transition period very nervous, as it will be very difficult to forecast past March 2019.
05 February 2018
An enquiry into the long term funding for adult social care is to be launched by MP’s ahead of the government’s Green Paper this summer.
As many parents may be aware, the Children and Families Act 2014, introduced Education Health and Care Plans (EHCPs) which were to be an improved, person-centred document to detail children’s special educational needs and provision. They were to replace the old system of Statements which many parents were familiar with.
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