A local authority has reportedly refused to give a school further funding after alleging that it ran up a £2.7 million debt.
A new survey has revealed that the majority of teachers do not feel prepared to deal with sexual harassment in schools, and more than half are unsure what policies – if any – their school has to address it.
Over 60 schools, which were ranked ‘inadequate’ by Ofsted, have been waiting 17 months for an academy trust to take over their running.
The team at Palmers have been getting into the Christmas spirit by raising money for two deserving local charities.
Energy drink company, Red Bull, recently lost its battle in the European Courts after it unsuccessfully tried to trademark the colours used on its cans.
A shock landmark ruling could have significant repercussions for many employers who categorise their workers as ‘self-employed.’
The law relating to a landlord’s rights to serve eviction notices on noisy or disruptive tenants has been put to the test recently.
Is your business ready for GDPR?
With less than five months before the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) come into force, researchers have found that the majority of small businesses (SMEs) are still not fully prepared for the changes which will affect them.
Thousands of people who are living with dementia or caring for someone with the condition could be missing out on a reduction in council tax.
Delivery drivers win the right to spend a penny
Thousands of UK delivery drivers have won the right to ‘spend a penny’ after a long-running campaign for the right of delivery drivers to use a company’s toilets while conducting deliveries.