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Contingency planning as bosses consider HQ shift abroad after EU vote

27 September 2016

Contingency planning as bosses consider HQ shift abroad after EU vote

Over three quarters of chief executives in UK thinking about shifting operations or HQ abroad following the Brexit vote.

Greater flexibility for mothers’ working conditions urged

26 September 2016

Greater flexibility for mothers’ working conditions urged

Two thirds of mothers who stay at home with young children would go back to work if flexible working around...

Corbyn ‘would raise corporation tax to help abolish tuition fees’

25 September 2016

Corbyn ‘would raise corporation tax to help abolish tuition fees’

Corporation tax could be hiked above its current 20% rate under Labour plans to help abolish tuition fee.

Data from 500 million Yahoo user accounts stolen

23 September 2016

Data from 500 million Yahoo user accounts stolen

Internet giant Yahoo is the latest major company to be targeted by hackers.

EU takes ‘backward step’ on digital copyright

22 September 2016

EU takes ‘backward step’ on digital copyright

New EU revisions of copyright law are being criticised as "unfair".

60% rise in child care cases leaves family courts in crisis

21 September 2016

60% rise in child care cases leaves family courts in crisis

Rapid increase in child care cases leaving family court service in England & Wales with "clear and imminent crisis".

MP urges family court to take stance on fathers who abuse women

16 September 2016

MP urges family court to take stance on fathers who abuse women

Family courts need to stop believing the "myth" that men with a history of abusing women can be good fathers.

B P Collins retains heavyweight status in South East

15 September 2016

B P Collins retains heavyweight status in South East

The Legal 500 has just announced its results for 2016.

MPs demand realistic timetable for HS2

15 September 2016

MPs demand realistic timetable for HS2

Ministers must set out an accurate schedule for delivering the High Speed 2 rail project.

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