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Prize Competitions and Sweepstakes rules in the United Kingdom (“UK”) differ between its countries, namely between Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Great Britain is comprised of three nations: England, Wales, and Scotland. The UK is a union of these three nations and Northern Ireland. This subtle yet important distinction adds nuanced complexities to the operation of the sweepstakes rules in the UK.
SMB client The Bureau of Investigative Journalism reports on the inadequate way police have dealt with allegations that a Metropolitan police officer is alleged to have sexually abused two female colleagues.Read more
The Supreme Court today, 19th March, handed down its much-anticipated judgment in the landmark case of Tomlinson-Blake v Royal Mencap Society.Read more
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism has reported that numerous Deliveroo riders are averaging less than minimum wage per shift.Read more
Understanding the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 and what this means for your business.Read more
The actor has today been refused permission to appeal the result of his failed libel claim against our clients The Sun and journalist Dan Wootton.Read more
SAS Red Notice launches on Sky Cinema today.Read more
Teena Dhanota-Jones, Consultant at Simons Muirhead Burton, analyses a recent case involving the interplay of the law on contact and Practice Direction 12J on domestic abuse.Read more
In the days before the Budget announcement, several media sources had mentioned that the Chancellor would be proposing immigration reform in an attempt to attract highly skilled global talent to help drive the UK’s economy post Covid-19 and Brexit. Eagerly watching the Chancellor during his buoyant speech, Rishi Sunak yesterday announced the proposed changes to the UK immigration system to boost “international competitiveness”.Read more