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You’ll no doubt have heard someone utter with a weary sigh, “it’s health and safety gone mad.” And you might find yourself agreeing with it at times, too. Especially if it feels like you’re putting in too much effort on legislation that has seemingly little value to your business.
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With a hung parliament in the making, Britain is cast into an unpredictable two-year negotiation period. With prominent Brexit questions being raised, it’s never been more important to consider your foreign exchange needs and how you can protect your funds from further volatility.

According to the HSE, last year 144 employees were killed at work and 1.3 million people suffered from a work-related illness.

What’s happened so far? Theresa May, the new Prime Minister, announced in October that she would use parliamentary sovereignty to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty by the end of March 2017.
Section 52 of the CDPA as originally implemented reduced the term of copyright protection for “artistic works” that had been industrially exploited i.e., when more than 50 copies of these artistic works were created to 25 years instead of the usual term for copyright protection of life plus 70 years (previously life plus 50 years).

Without doubt, 2016 has been a rollercoaster of a year for the currency markets and in light of this, businesses making international payments are more aware than ever of the impact that currency volatility can have on their bottom line. 

The Fire Protection Association is an experienced provider of both fire risk assessments and fire safety strategy advice to the hospitality sector, helping business meet legal requirements and keep staff members and guests safe.

The fast tracking of the repeal of section 52 of the Copyright, Designs and Patent Act 1988, which previously exempted industrially manufactured pieces of furniture from the copyrig