New guidance published on supporting parents of ill or premature babies
There are over 95,000 babies born prematurely in the UK every year. Currently there are no enhanced or additional maternity or paternity rights for parents of babies born early.
Autumn brings… the Tunbridge Wells Harvest Food Festival
“Autumn,” says Julian Leefe-Griffiths, “is when there is a marked change in the food that we eat. We put away the barbecue and look forward to more game, winter root vegetables, mushrooms & the like.
Alisa Sweeney works with Sticks ‘n’ Sushi to secure Nova Victoria Site.
Alisa Sweeney from the Commercial Property Team have been delighted to work with restaurant operator, Sticks ‘n’ Sushi, to secure a new site at London’s prestigious Nova Victoria.
FAQ: Education 2017
Q: Our school has Facebook and Twitter accounts that we encourage our governors, staff and pupils to connect with and follow...
Significant court case continues
On 26 July 2017, the UK Supreme Court ruled that the employment tribunal fees regime, introduced in 2013, was unlawful. The government had already undertaken that if it lost the case it would refund the fees paid over the last four years.