Legal Miscellany

The strange goings on at Sports Direct have made fascinating and worrying reading over the last couple of years.  The Guardian planted a journalist in their Derbyshire Headquarters, and his expose of numerous breaches of Employment Law have had a galvanizing effect on the government.  They have now appointed the first labour enforcement tsar, David ...

STRIPED PAINT AND LIVING BELOW GROUND AND THE CASE OF THE DISAPPEARING PUBS

I expect that you have read about the striped painted house in Kensington, when a lady property developer painted candy stripes on the three storey façade of her terraced home. It is suggested that she had taken this unusual step because her neighbours had objected to her plans to demolish the existing property and replace ...

Hedgerows – A Seasonal Reminder

Many farmers, landowners and others involved in agriculture support the Farmers’ Weekly petition calling on DEFRA to repeal the ban on hedge cutting in August. The ban is from the beginning of March until the first September under the cross-compliance conditions (unless there is a specific derogation from the RPA to sow oilseed rape or ...
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