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Britain sets new coal-free power record

Miles Dearden
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New data published by the National Grid in recent days reveals that the UK set a new record for coal-free power generation last week, having powered Britain for more than two days straight without relying on the prominent fossil fuel. According to the...

mfg Solicitors grows corporate team with new partner appointment

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Midlands legal firm mfg Solicitors has strengthened its corporate and commercial offering with the appointment of a new partner. Widely respected business specialist Clare Lang, who has 16 years of experience advising and supporting businesses, has joined...

Divorcee loses bid to secure "meal ticket for life" from ex-husband

Gurdip Brring
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A Court of Appeal Judge has ruled that a divorcee who attempted to secure a so-called “meal ticket for life” from her ex-husband will have her maintenance payments stopped after just three years. Ms Kim Waggott was married to her...

EMI scheme: important changes for employers

Sally Morris
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Employers who pay employees in share options should take note of important new changes which came into effect this month. In a recent announcement, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) revealed that EU State Aid approval for the Enterprise Management Incentives...

Government urged to review RHI scheme before end of 2018

Miles Dearden
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A new report published by prominent industry group Energy UK has called on the Government to undertake a full review of the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) before the end of the year. In its Kick-starting the decarbonisation of heat report, Energy UK has...

Working long hours and reasonable adjustments

Chris Amys
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Mr Carreras worked at United First Partners Research (the Company) as an Analyst. He worked extremely long hours, typically 12-15 hours a day. In July 2012, he had a cycling accident which severely affected him physically and emotionally. As a result, Mr...

Employee dismissed after informing employer about her pregnancy

Chris Amys
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Miss Thompson worked for Really Easy Car Credit Limited (the Company) for a short period of time until the Company terminated her employment during her probationary period. The Company decided to terminate Miss Thompson’s employment on 3 rd August...

Cohabitee left nothing in wealthy partner's Will to receive small fortune after High Court intervenes

Gurdip Brring
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Family law groups such as Resolution continue to stress that there is no such thing as ‘common law marriage’ in England and Wales and that ill-prepared cohabiting couples have very limited legal rights in the event of an unplanned break-up or an...

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