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"Sick outs" in the UK?

It is being reported that so-called "sick outs" by teachers in the US state of Michigan, where it is illegal for teachers to strike, led...

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Reporters need to choose their words carefully

The Guardian reported on a Court of Protection case involving a woman known only as 'C' and focused on her 'right to die'.  This phrase...

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North-west London suburbs with super-fast transport

Property buyers in London are looking to North-West London for a more affordable house purchase and with the added attraction of...

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Mixed European messages

David Cameron's most recent comments encouraging businesses to get out and make the case for Europe is confusing.  It was only a few...

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New higher rates of SDLT cause surge in home purchases

The proposed higher rates of SDLT for additional homes has caused a surge in demand from property buyers, particularly in the buy-to-let...

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Paying the price of blowing the whistle

A pre-construction manager, Nigel McArthur, has received a settlement payment of £137,000 in respect of a claim for unfair dismissal and...

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Gift Aid declarations - using old stocks after April 2016

HMRC has amended its guidance page, https://www.gov.uk/guidance/gift-aid-declarations-claiming-tax-back-on-donations, on gov.uk to make...

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Sources of damage to reputations

Damage can be inflicted on reputations from unlikely sources.

In the first place It is critical that as many relevant ones as possible are...

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Bowie is back, music is back

Aside from the absolute quality of the new Bowie album, what the release of his new music demonstrates is that the music industry is...

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We are all sorry for football

For what seems like the first time in the ongoing crisis surrounding Fifa, the wider implications for the reputation of football have...

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