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£31.2m to fund On-Farm Tech

Numerous projects are to receive funding worth £31.2m so they can use the latest technologies to help farmers cut down on pollution and...

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Explosion of the Gig Economy

This is an interesting article on the growth of the gig economy in the UK and the potential risks for vulnerable workers. Whilst there is...

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Cyclist faces bankruptcy

Will everyone now be rushing to get cyclist insurance to ensure they never face insolvency as a result of accidentally hitting a...

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The Art of Summary Judgment

The recent decision in David Roberts Art Foundation Ltd v Riedweg [2019] EWHC 1358 (Ch) highlighted that unless you can prove your case...

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TV bailiff criticised

TV shows following high court enforcement officers as they meet with debtors have risen in popularity, but so have complaints about the...

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The Internet of Cows?

Whilst 5G is being touted as a boost to mobiles, autonomous vehicles, drones, virtual reality and the internet of things, it will be...

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VAT to increase for solar-battery systems

In what will be seen by many as an indication of confused policy, a rise in VAT for solar-battery systems will be tabled on the same day...

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Whistleblower Protection

In this article Vanessa James, Employment Partner, discusses the importance of whistleblowing policies at work

One in three employers doesn’t have policies to protect whistleblowers

Every little helps......

Well done Tesco - a boost toward your 2030 renewable energy target - hopefully it will also help take the fear factor out of the subsidy...

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Licensees face prosecution

An innovative idea being piloted in Bradford could, if successful, be rolled out countrywide.

Alcohol taken from street drinkers could be...

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Insolvency for Jet Airways?

This struggling airline is reported to be considering formal insolvency after a failure to find a buyer. Any insolvency is likely to be...

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Anyone for cake?

The buyer of the Patisserie Valerie business, following a sale by its administrators in a pre-pack administration transaction, has high...

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One coin to rule them all?

Facebook is releasing details of its new cryptocurrency, Libra, later this week. A couple of stories have emerged recently to suggest...

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It's not all about the carbon emissions

A timely reminder, following the recent net-zero-2050 commitment, that carbon dioxide is not the only greenhouse gas and action needs to...

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Crop insurance: Impact on the AD sector

Frequently in the AD sector we see provisions in feedstock supply agreements which require the feedstock supplier to make up the supplier...

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Kier shares fall

The Times have reported that Kier is considering selling the housing section of the business for £100 million  to £150 million.  

Shares in Britain’s Kier lost another 20% on Friday after a newspaper reported that the construction and services group was rushing to...…

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Ensuring the success of Agri-Tech

The Government has announced a £90 million pound investment in the UK Agri-Tech sector with four Agri-Tech Centres being set up. However,...

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It’s a renewable future

With the Government’s 2050 targets and a further coal fired power station closing, perhaps we’ll see another drive to renewable generation?

The UK’s race to increase renewable energy sources has intensified with the announcement of plans to close another coal-fired power station.

Arcadia Group CVA approved

In the crucial vote on the Arcadia group’s interlinked CVA proposals, which took place yesterday, a sufficient majority of creditors...

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Water shortages - Environment Agency insight

The problems that have occurred with the water supply in South London this week remind me that such events were recently predicted by the...

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Challenge to Debenhams CVA

The Debenhams CVA, which was approved by a majority of creditors last month, is under threat from a challenge lodged by Sports Direct,...

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The Boris Johnson debate continues

Please see my article on interesting legal ramifications of the High Court's decision to uphold the Judicial Review into the summons...

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Energy from Waste

The UK’s Energy from Waste fleet has taken another step toward satisfying the UK’s demand with the recent progress made at...

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Driving the recycling agenda

With more plastics staying on shore in the UK, and greater accountability and transparency for our own waste disposal which is now coming...

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