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24 November 2015
A recent ruling by the Employment Appeals Tribunal in Underwood v Wincanton has shone a light on the broadening definition of “public interest” protections for whistleblowers in the workplace.
20 November 2015
Separation is never an easy decision or process, but there are ways of keeping it amicable and adult. Recent research from the Universities of Exeter and Kent underlines the importance of separating couples choosing the right way of sorting things out.
18 November 2015
“Silver splitters” may have more to consider on divorce than younger couples. Pensions are a complex element of the assets to be split on divorce, and may be worth more than you realise.
17 November 2015
Five months after surgery Eilish McColgan is back to training. She talks about the encouraging participation of children in athletics and her determination to reach Rio 2016.
16 November 2015
Glasgow Licensing Board has published its policy on extended festive opening hours for licensed premises for Tuesday 1 December 2015 to Saturday 2 January 2016.
13 November 2015
If you have purchased, hired or leased a vehicle made by the Volkswagen group since 2009, find out how you might be affected.
12 November 2015
Requesting a school placement outside your catchment area may be important for you and your child. Submission dates for school placing requests in Scotland start closing from December 24th.
11 November 2015
City councils are consulting on standards around training and maintenance for taxis.