By John Galloway
, Stephen Hubner
The Court of Appeal has recently overturned a decision of the High Court and held that a tidal beach was capable of being registered as a town or village green under the Commons Act 2006.
By John MacKenzie
A discussion on the issue of legal privilege in the light of a recent Supreme Court decision.
By Guy Winter
The eyes of the UK water sector could soon be firmly focused on
Ireland as the country is about to see huge changes in the running
of its own water system.
By Michael Davies
, Cecilia O'Connell
Hunterston B power plant was shut down earlier this month amid fears regarding temperature controls. This shut down comes within only a few weeks of the plant reopening following the Nuclear Installations Inspectorate (NII) concluding that the plant should be allowed to operate once more.
By Sheila Gunn
Research by YouGov for Croner, a human resources group, has revealed that 39 percent of "bloggers" admitted posting "sensitive or damaging" accounts of their employer, workplace or colleagues.
By Kenneth Mullen
UK financial services businesses should be examining their information security procedures carefully following Nationwide Building Society being slapped with a hefty fine for inadequate data security.