Proposals to extend licensing hours for Royal Wedding (E, W)

Consumer Law
09/01/2018 Proposals to extend licensing hours for Royal Wedding (E, W) Licensed premises in England and Wales will enjoy a £10m cash injection this year if Home Office proposals to extend licensing hours in order to allow more time to
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Gender Pay Figures Revealed

Business
Gender Pay Figures Revealed 8th January 2017. Women are paid less than half than men at some of Britain’s major companies, new gender pay gap figures have revealed. Ahead of the April deadline 527 companies have released their gender pay figures. This
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Consumer Borrowing Slows

Business
Consumer Borrowing Slows 5th January 2018. British households’ borrowing binge has fallen back to its slowest pace in two years, indicating the peak of the boom may now be in the past. Unsecured borrowing grew by 9.1 percent in the
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Ticket touts to be banned from using ‘bots’ to bulk buy (UK)

Consumer Law
03/01/2018 Ticket touts to be banned from using ‘bots’ to bulk buy (UK) New legislation will ban ticket touts from using automated software to dodge security measures and buy more tickets than events organisers allow so they can sell them
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New measures to improve standards in the private rented sector (E)

Consumer Law
03/01/2018 New measures to improve standards in the private rented sector (E) Landlords renting properties in England occupied by 5 or more people from 2 or more separate households (‘houses in multiple occupation’) will need to be licensed and anyone
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