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By George Frier
So sang the Archies in their 1969 hit. Although half a century has passed since their song topped the charts, the Scottish Government believes too many of us in Scotland are still candy girls and boys and consume too much sugar and high fat food.
By Ann Stewart
ADS is an additional amount of Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) payable on the purchase of a second residence in Scotland, e.g. a second home or a buy-to-let property.
By Jordan Galbraith
Following the Autumn 2018 Budget, the Government has recently launched a consultation on how to encourage greater innovation in the utilities sectors.
By Jacqueline Moore
The end of free movement following Brexit would lead to one of the biggest changes to immigration law in over 45 years, and is likely to bring the issue of immigration into sharp relief
By Gillian Moore, Katie Russell, Neil Maclean, Elouisa Crichton
The government has today released the Good Work Plan, which sets out its vision for the future of the UK workplace.
By Jacqueline Moore, Blair Melville
With promises of a White Paper on immigration reform expected to be released any day now, sponsors are waiting with bated breath to see if the UK Government intends to adopt the Migration Advisory Committee's...
By Hamish Lean, Stuart Greenwood
The National Farmers Union, Scotland (NFUS) Joint Venture Hub is designed to act as a match-maker, bringing together enterprising individuals with a view to pooling their resources to farm together for profit.
By Jacqueline Moore
Chelsea football club owner and Russian Billionaire Roman Abramovich's immigration position made the headlines earlier in the year when it was revealed that his visa for permanent settlement had run into processing delays.
By Jacqueline Moore
The scale of the changes to immigration law caused by Brexit should not be underestimated.
By Jacqueline Moore
In a recent case involving a college (London St Andrews College v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2018] EWCA Civ 2496 read here)
By Jacqueline Moore
In October, for the first time since 2013, the MAC was commissioned by the Home Office to undertake a full review of the Shortage Occupation List with a view to reporting early next year.
By Kevin Clancy
In this webinar we will look at some of the interesting and significant court judgments to have been released over the last year, discussing both practical learning points ...
By Hamish Lean
Hamish Lean delivers this webinar providing participants with an understanding of different disputes that can arise in the rural sector, and how these may be avoided.
By Liz McRobb
The Victorians left us an incredible legacy of water and sewerage infrastructure across England and Wales but modern approaches to regulation have struggled to stimulate continued water company...
By Iain Drummond
This webinar focuses on limiting liability. It considers the different forms that limits on liability can take and the constraints on the use of such clauses.
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