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Brabners in the City - a warm welcome awaits

Having recently topped the Insider Top 300 table as the number one performing enterprise in the North West, what better way to celebrate...

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Rebalancing the Economy

I have for several years now concentrated a lot of thought on the imbalance between North and South. I think it is now clearly understood...

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Is it time for an Independent Labour Inspectorate?

Bike couriers, pizza deliverers, car valeters, taxi drivers and plumbers - what have these jobs got in common?  As those keeping up...

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CIOs now making up 60% of new charity applications

Charitable incorporated organisations (CIOs) now make up 60% of registration applications received by the Charity Commission...

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The Big Bad Charities?

An interesting take on the largest charities from Shelter's new chief executive. 

The larger charities have without doubt been the...

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Paid charity trustees

When discussing charity law with clients, particularly in cases where I am advising on the establishment of a new charity, one of the...

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A meaty decision on TUPE

As an employment lawyer and someone who keeps an eye on TUPE I was interested in this latest case. TUPE is the set of regulations that...

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Need for more housing

The Prime Minsters announcement of £2bn fund allowing Councils to build homes for rent is welcome, but there is still a long way to go .

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The Changing Composition of Family Businesses

It used to be the case (and in many cases still is) that family businesses were staffed and managed almost exclusively by family members.

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