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Academies told to justify ‘excessive’ pay
July 2019

Twenty eight academy trusts have been ordered to justify paying senior leaders in excess of £100,000.

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Ofsted publishes first MAT summary evaluation
July 2019

Ofsted has published its first summary evaluation of a multi-academy trust (MAT). Continue reading...

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Independent school lowers fees to provide ‘greater flexibility’
July 2019

An independent school in Essex is to lower its fees to allow “greater flexibility” for new and existing pupils. Continue reading...

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Palmers appoints new Head of Commercial Property
July 2019

We are pleased to welcome Sean Callaghan as our new Head of Commercial Property. Continue reading...

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Property developers and landlords urged to seek SDLT rebate advice
July 2019

Property developers and landlords in the UK could be due stamp duty rebates on additional homes following a recent tax tribunal verdict. Continue reading...

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Call for employers to be more ‘age-friendly’ as number of over 70s in work rises
July 2019

Data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has shown that the number of people aged 70 or older who are still in work has doubled in a decade to almost 500,000 people. Continue reading...

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Football club cries foul over fan’s trademark registration of fans’ chant
July 2019

A Championship League football team is bracing itself for legal action after a popular acronym used by its fans was registered as a trade mark by a separate party. Continue reading...

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New code launched to help protect victims of sophisticated banking fraud
July 2019

A new code has been launched by 17 UK banks to protect customers who fall victim to a sophisticated form of fraud known as Authorised Push Payment (APP) scams. Continue reading...

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The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill: what you need to know
June 2019

The new Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill received its first reading in the House of Commons on 13 June. Continue reading...

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‘Temporary’ planning rules permitting larger extensions now made permanent
June 2019

Temporary rules, introduced by the Government in 2013, that allow homeowners in England to build larger extensions without seeking planning permission are being made permanent, ministers have announced. Continue reading...