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15 Aug, 2017

Loaded up and trucking; keeping within the laws of the road.

It is an inevitable part of most farming operations that at some point you will have to take an agricultural vehicle on to a public road.

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15 Aug, 2017

Hope for Farming Subsidies yet?

Soon after the referendum vote in favour of Brexit, European politicians began to stress that British farmers would lose out on the subsidies they currently receive under the Common Agricultural Policy in the event of the UK leaving the European Union.

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14 Aug, 2017

Civil Litigation Bill – Will it have unintended consequences?

Concerns have recently been raised about the Bill which is planned to increase access to justice, provide equality of arms between those injured and those responsible and to protect the vulnerable.

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14 Aug, 2017

Report to consider economic and social impact of the UK leaving the European Union.

In July 2017 the UK Government commissioned the independent Migration Advisory Committee to report on the economic and social impact of the UK leaving the European Union. The report will also consider how the UK’s immigration system should be aligned with a modern industrial society.

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11 Aug, 2017

Inclusion of Voluntary Overtime in Holiday Pay

In a landmark decision by the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) in the case of Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council v Willetts and others, it was held that regular voluntary overtime should be included when calculating holiday pay.

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