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Adult Safeguarding Guide

Mea North

22.07.2021

Sadly, in our society there are many vulnerable people who have a need for care and support who may be…

Community care

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What is Meningitis?

Moore Barlow

20.07.2021

Meningitis is an infection of the meninges, the protective membranes covering the brain and spinal cord. Who is affected by…

Clinical negligence

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Your guide to why you need a Will

Alexandra Milton

15.07.2021

When thinking about how your estate will be passed on, you will naturally want to make sure that your wishes…

Wills tax and trusts

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Intestacy – Who can inherit if there is no Will

Rebecca Millington

13.07.2021

Many say they will make a Will but do nothing. Perhaps they think making a Will is expensive or they…

Wills tax and trusts

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How not to lose £140,000 in Tax

Malky Chaloner

06.07.2021

On top of the Nil Rate band of £325,000, since 2017, individuals can also receive the Residence Nil Rate Band.…

Wills tax and trusts

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Key points to consider when diversifying your farm

Philip Whitcomb

05.07.2021

Philip Whitcomb, partner at law firm Moore Barlow specialising in rural matters, shares his top tips when planning to diversify…

Rural services

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Everyone’s Invited: Ofsted’s report on its review into sexual harassment and sexual violence

Ben Collingwood

05.07.2021

The Everyone’s Invited movement has brought to light the widespread trivialising and normalising of peer on peer sexual harassment and…

Independent schools

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Teachers’ Pensions Scheme – the latest developments

Adam McRae-Taylor

05.07.2021

As daily school life returns ever closer to normal, a continuing key focus for school governors and senior leadership teams…

Independent schools

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Belief that biological sex is immutable is protected under the Equality Act

Adam McRae-Taylor

05.07.2021

The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that a belief that biological sex is immutable is protected as a philosophical belief…

Independent schools

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Staff Accommodation – have you updated since the April 2021 change?

Adam McRae-Taylor

05.07.2021

On 6 April 2021, HMRC withdrew the “representative occupier” exemption for the tax treatment of staff accommodation. Previously this had…

Independent schools

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Teacher Assessed Grades: Preparing for results day and grade appeals

Joanna Lada-Walicki

05.07.2021

Having completed the process of submitting their Teacher Assessed Grades (TAGs) for the 2021 summer exams, schools are now waiting…

Independent schools

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What if Britney was British? Decision making by deputies in England and Wales

Mea North

29.06.2021

You can’t help but notice that Britney Spears is splashed across the papers again with dramatic stories about her conservatorship…

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