The UK Government has continued to up its preparations for a "no deal Brexit". Part of that has involved a request to the UK's pharma manufacturers to stockpile an extra six weeks' worth of stock to avoid shortages.
The National Health Service is to take up a revolutionary immunotherapy cancer treatment from Novartis. The drug called Kymriah is very expensive, with a list price of £282,000 per patient, but seen by some as a miracle cure.
S Franses Ltd v The Cavendish Hotel (London) Ltd is due to be heard by the Supreme Court next week. This may have consequences for landlords relying on ground (f) to oppose lease renewals under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 (LTA 1954).
Following the recent BBC news story that a police officer is bringing an industrial tribunal case against the Police Service of Northern Ireland over a ban on facial hair, we take a look at the position concerning dress codes and sex discrimination.
The publication of a new report on minimum wage compliance and the launch of an inquiry into 'employment law evasion' in the gig economy highlight that both of these matters remain present on the government's current agenda.
This article summarises some of the principal legal and planning issues that Governors and School Bursars will need to consider when putting bank finance in place to fund projects. As ever, forward planning is key.