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Welcome to the latest edition of Commercial Education Brief. We are delighted to be able to share with you a special edition of Commercial Education Brief. With BETT 2023 just a few days away, our focus is on EdTech, with a range of articles particularly relevant to businesses supporting schools and colleges with innovative products […]

The Home Office have confirmed that from 30 January 2023, the visa application centre in Kyiv, Ukraine has re-opened for limited purposes. The application centre is open to applicants who need to submit their biometric information before travelling to the UK, and to those who require document scanning services for their UK visa applications. Appointment […]

The Government has recently signalled its intention to review the current laws dealing with financial support on divorce in England & Wales. For most Family Law practitioners, and for couples who are caught up in divorce proceedings, this will be very welcome and long overdue news. The law which is applicable at the moment is […]

Over 1,000 members of the Public and Commercial Services Union (PSC) working in Passport Offices across England, Scotland and Wales are to take 5 weeks’ strike action. Members of the PCS working in Passport Offices in Durham, Glasgow, Liverpool, London, Newport, Peterborough and Southport will walk out and strike from 3 April to 5 May. […]

According to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), 97% of 13 to 17 year-olds have their own social media account, and many of these children see ads for age-restricted products and services such as alcohol, cosmetic interventions, weight loss products and gambling. We know, from many high profile news stories, the devastating impact that viewing this […]

After a stuttering start to its legislative existence, the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill (No.2) (the “Bill”) has been introduced to the UK Parliament by Michelle Donelan, the Secretary of State for Science, Innovation and Technology. The UK government’s intention is that the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill will provide a “simple, clear […]

Following Julia Lock’s blog last week on “Surface Water Drainage – matters for developers to consider at site acquisition stage”, this blog considers the Government’s intentions to require sustainable urban drainage systems (“SuDS”) for construction projects in England from 2024 (under Schedule 3 to the Flood and Water Management Act 2010 (“FWMA 2010”)). SuDS are […]

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