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Brexit for Charities

So here we finally are.

29 March.

The day of reckoning.

And don't tell us the significance of this day is lost on you.

The birthdays of John...

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New probate fee fiasco as Ministry of Justice runs out of time

The proposed increase in the probate fee is likely to come into force "as soon as possible", although Brexit matters are taking precedence.

As yet there is no date for when the SI will be laid. SIs usually come into force 21 days after approval so even if it were passed this...…

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Nike fine for football breach

Following on from Google’s fine for anti-trust practices last week, Nike has today been fined €12.5m (£10.7m) by the European Commission...

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Is there any net gain for biodiversity?

A spring forward to balancing development and biodiversity: the implementation of the mandatory biodiversity net gain and principles of...

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Another Google super fine

Google has been fined for a third time in two years by the EU for abusing its global market dominance. This time, Google has been accused...

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Planning for a Retail Revolution - maybe!

The list is endless: Debenhams, Marks and Spencer, House and Fraser and HMV are all retail units which had a strong prevalence on the...

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Women In Philanthropy

It's clear from the statistics that women are becoming more wealthy than ever (now making up 256 of 2208 places in Forbes' 2018 list of...

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Celebrating women in tech

There has been lots of good news about the Tech Sector in the North West. The number of tech start-ups in the North West is increasing,...

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Japanese Knotweed: are changes afoot?

Japanese knotweed is an invasive plant that grows incredibly quickly and can cause damage to buildings and structures by growing through...

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Keeping something in reserve

This Thursday Brabners hosted an ICAEW seminar, “Striking the Balance in Charity reserves”, where the most striking point was the finding...

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