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UK legal industry sets date for a national debate on law

The UK legal profession has set a date for the country’s first ‘Justice Week, which will take place between the 29th October and 2nd November. Pioneering the new initiative will be the The Law Society, Bar Council and Chartered Institute of Legal...

In the news this week: Trump, Brexit, and Google

There’s been plenty to discuss in the business world this week. Yet again, Trump and Brexit top the agenda. A potential trade war still looms on the horizon and the IMF revealed that a “no deal” Brexit would hurt the EU as well as the UK. In other news,...

Vote Leave: Brexit campaign fined £61k over breaking voting law

Brexit campaign group Vote Leave has been fined £61,000 and is now under police investigation by Scotland Yard after an Electoral Commission probe said it broke electoral law. According to the BBC, it got around spending limits by funnelling cash through...

In the news this week: Trump, Brexit and Sky

It’s been a big week with the Brexit White Paper, the heartbreaking World Cup semi-final, and Donald Trump’s visit to the UK. What impact has this all had on the business world? Read on to find out. We look at the impact Trump has had on the pound, Rupert...

Controversial copyright law rejected by EU parliament

The European Parliament has voted against an incredibly controversial new set of copyright rules that campaigners claim could "ban memes". The proposed rules would have put more responsibility on websites to check for copyright infringements, and forced...

In the news this week: Brexit, Deliveroo, and Cannabis

The top business stories this week include more calls to end Brexit uncertainty, this time from the automotive industry. It’s been a good week for groups of Hermes and Deliveroo employees, both winning further rights in employment rights cases. BP has made...

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