In an early episode of the classic sitcom I’m Alan Partridge, Alan's long-suffering assistant, Lynn, is trying to persuade Alan to downsize his car in order to avoid job losses at his production company....
The UK will leave the European Union (EU) at 11.00pm (UK time) today and while there has been much debate about how such an historic event will be marked, many employers will be wondering what happens next.
It has taken a little longer than was expected in 2016, and the process hasn't been an entirely smooth one, but at 23:00 today (or, for the Europhiles, 00:00 on Saturday 1 February) the UK and the EU will 'get Brexit done'.
In December, the Queen's Speech outlined the new government's plans for immigration reform in 2020. We set out the forthcoming changes to immigration law, and how this impacts the independent schools sector.
In the Queen's Speech following the recent general election, new government plans were set out for the coming year. Among other crucial topics such as Brexit, immigration reform featured prominently in the speech.
The leading life sciences industry representative bodies have written a joint letter urging the government, to ensure that the life sciences sector continues to benefit from any future relationship with the EU.