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Custodial Sentence for owner of pizza shop

The owner of a filthy, mice infested pizza shop in Walsall has been jailed for six months after admitting 10 separate food and hygiene offences. Inspectors found mouse excrement on the kebab ... more

Ready for the Future: GDPR and immigration

Employers need to collect, process and retain data about their employees for a variety of different purposes including to produce evidence in the event of a Home Office audit. With General Data ... more

“Controversy on the Cobbles!”

The TV remote is like gold dust in my household. Having intermittently given up control of the remote, events on the cobbles in Coronation Street drew my interest, particularly in light of this ... more

The importance of due diligence in acquisitions

‘Caveat emptor’ or ‘buyer beware’ is the underlying legal principle to be considered by buyers when deciding whether or not to buy a business, as it places the onus on the ... more

Welsh Agricultural Workers See Wages Increase

On 1 April 2018 the Agricultural Wages (Wales) Order 2018 brought in new minimum pay levels for all grades of agricultural workers in Wales. The 2018 Order makes the following changes: The new ... more

EU citizens’ rights post-Brexit: Update

With the Brexit deadline now only a year away, one of the biggest concerns for EU citizens and the businesses who employ them, is what their status will be post-Brexit. In December last year, ... more

Building your roadmap to compliance

We recently held two seminars to provide insight into the new GDPR regulations that come into force on the 25 May. GDPR will be the new legal framework for data protection in the UK and across ... more