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Let hedgehogs go Wild in your Garden

This week is Wild about Gardens Week. Although we are nearing the end of the gardening season (had the last of me 'tators up at the...

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Women now on 25% FTSE boards

Reports are out today that the UK's top companies now have 25% women board members. This is certaintly an increase and positive move...

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Recruitment. What's in a name?

I am not at all surprised to see that leading companies and universities are being asked to remove names from application forms in an...

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NHS cuts will increase negligence

Any continuing cuts in NHS funding will most likely result in more clinical negligence claims. I deal with these claims exclusively. ...

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12 Days of Christmas Planning: marketing and business development

As Christmas approaches, there is always a lot to get done. Many of us will be attending Christmas Parties and work events so it is well...

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I do love a good excel hack in the morning

For all your new apps, tips and tricks, I find excel is still one of the most important tools for work. If you master just a few advanced...

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Employment law goes back to the future!

Ok I am shamelessly jumping on the bandwagon but I can't let Back to the Future Day pass without comment.

I really enjoyed reading the...

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Finding aliens in the search for planets

One of the interesting things about the huge progress in imaging and telescope technology, as well as a renewed interest in examining...

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Partnership or takeover by stealth?

Despite the undoubted power and growing influence of social media and new technology, most people are still reliant on the big screen in...

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Tesco sells abandoned supermarket sites to housing developer

Once Tesco had announced that it was abandoning 49 of its development projects, the decision to sell some of the sites for residential...

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Discrimination at 40

They used to say life begins at 40 and as I turn 36 in November I hope this is true! Perhaps more importantly the Sex Discrimination Act...

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Eerie blue men visible in the rising tides of climate change

In preparation for the Paris Climate Conference beginning late next month, an Argentinian artist has created a poetic land-art installation

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Opening up or shutting out? Social mobility in the legal profession

Byfield Guest Blog by Funke Abimbola, Diversity Champion

Opening up or shutting out? Social mobility in the legal profession

I am...

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Employment in London’s financial & related professional services climbs to new high

TheCityUK’s recently released London Employment Survey, reveals that jobs in the capital’s financial and related professional services...

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A brand new dawn?

Virtual reality has the potential to radically change the world of commercial property. While Elizabeth Day's article talks of gaming...

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Street art is on the rise, but who owns it?

This case raises interesting points regarding whether a tenant is obliged to remove street art murals to comply with their repair...

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International tax avoidance

The world for large corporates has just got a lot riskier. That risk is as much about reputation as tax

Companies should pay tax in the countries where they conduct business under new proposals intended to cut corporate tax minimisation.

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Why so many Danish women are opting to become single mothers

Fascinating article on the rise of the 'solomor': elective single mothers using donor sperm to conceive. Denmark has the highest number...

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Taking technology for granted

Will free Wi-Fi access become a human right? Do you expect visitor attractions and retailers to provide free wi-fi? Ever wondered 'how...

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Fish teamwork: one watches while the other forages

Do fish have enough brainpower to work together? Yes*. Researchers in Queensland found that in pairs of rabbitfish, individuals take...

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Want to set up a company? You'll need this checklist.....

With the figures for self-employment increasing year on year and cautious optimism returning to some parts of the market it is perhaps no...

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