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UK: UK Supporting ASEAN Green Recovery Platform - Marks & Clerk

As someone who spends a lot of time in SE Asia, I look forward to seeing these new technologies in action first hand.
Tags: Asia, UK, News, ASEAN Green Recovery Platform Marks


UK: UK Loan Structures: Changes To The Anti-hybrid Rules - Mayer Brown

This article considers the application of recent changes to the UK's anti-hybrid rules to UK loan structures.
Tags: UK, News


UK: The Stormtroopers Strike Back In Attack Of The Copyright - Marks & Clerk

I was interested to read this article in the Times recently, as it is a cautionary tale of Copyright and other unregistered rights.
Tags: UK, News, Times


UK: Statutory Audits: What To Expect - Mayer Brown

This article examines audits in the property sector.
Tags: UK, News, Mayer Brown


UK: Covid-19 Vaccines And Pharmaceutical Disputes: How Can Arbitration Be Used To Resolve These Effectively? - Withers LLP

If 2020 was the year of the coronavirus pandemic, 2021 is the year of vaccines. The distribution of vaccines and pharmaceuticals in general poses legal challenges and complex, ...
Tags: UK, News, Withers LLP, COVID


Covid: South Africa's president calls for lifting of Omicron travel bans

Cyril Ramaphosa says the action by countries including the UK and US is discriminatory and unnecessary.
Tags: UK, News, US, South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa


UK: Early Settlement Concession For Young People In The UK - Richmond Chambers Immigration Barristers

In this post, we look at the recent change in Home Office policy which welcomes young people who were born or brought up in the UK without immigration status to apply for early settlement
Tags: UK, News, Home Office, Richmond Chambers Immigration Barristers


UK: Deer Fences: A Barrier To Access Rights? - Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP

Deer form an important part of the ecosystem in Scotland's countryside, shaping both the wildlife and landscape.
Tags: UK, News, Scotland, Wedderburn LLP


Covid: JCVI scientists to announce decision on booster rollout

A reduction in time between doses and extending the programme to younger age groups could be approved.
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Scientists to announce decision on UK booster rollout

A reduction in time between doses and extending the programme to younger age groups could be approved.
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Britain’s crypto exchanges to be levied with a 2% tax

A recent update to Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs regulations has introduced a digital services tax that will be levied on cryptocurrency exchanges operating in the United Kingdom. Crypto exchanges in the UK will now have to pay a 2% digital services tax according to a Telegraph report. Britain’s tax authorities reportedly demanded that several crypto-asset exchanges hand over details on customers from transactions and holdings in August 2019. [Via]
Tags: Business, UK, News, Britain, Telegraph, Customs, Cryptocurrency, United Kingdom Crypto


UK: Fake News: ASA Overturns Land Rover Ad Ban. - Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)

This morning, the Advertising Standards Authority published its decision not to uphold complaints about a newspaper ad for the Land Rover Defender that appeared in the The Guardian on 12th June 2021.
Tags: UK, News, Advertising Standards Authority


UK: EPO Further Extends Videoconference For Opposition Division Oral Proceedings Until 31 May 2022 - J A Kemp LLP

The EPO has announced that it is further extending the use of videoconference for opposition division oral proceedings until 31 May 2022.
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UK: Litigation Funding – For The Many Or The Few? - Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP

For many, litigation funding will be a term regularly associated with high value disputes and group actions.
Tags: UK, News, Litigation Funding, Wedderburn LLP


Labour calls for overhaul of system regulating ministers' conduct

It comes as the Commons standards committee prepares to publish its review of the code for MPs.
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What does appearance of Omicron variant mean for the double-vaccinated?

We find out how much protection Covid vaccines may offer amid speculation new variant could be more resistantCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe emergence of Omicron has prompted widespread speculation that it may be more resistant to Covid-19 vaccines than existing variants, including Delta. But what does that mean for the average double-vaccinated person?All the vaccines currently available in the UK work by training the immune system against the coronavirus spike p...
Tags: Health, UK, Science, Society, UK News, Delta, Vaccines and immunisation, Immunology, Coronavirus


The Papers: Boosters 'for all adults' amid 'fight to save Xmas'

Monday's front pages are dominated by the latest developments surrounding the Omicron variant.
Tags: UK, News


Ghislaine Maxwell's sex-trafficking trial to begin in New York City

The UK socialite denies grooming girls for convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse.
Tags: UK, News, New York City, Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell


How Britain protects its nuclear material

This highly specialised team guards Britain's radioactive stockpiles.
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More than 17 million have used buy now, pay later services

Interest in buy now pay later options is surging, with growth fastest among users in their 40s and 50s.
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Selby & Ding out but Trump through at UK Championship

World number one and world champion Mark Selby suffers a stunning upset at the UK Championship, beaten 6-2 in the second round by Hossein Vafaei.
Tags: UK, News, Trump, Selby, Mark Selby, Ding


British MPs call for law changes to help young Hongkongers flee to UK

Figures show that 93% of those charged over protests are under 25 and many therefore not eligible to access current UK visa schemeMore than nine in 10 people who have faced protest charges in Hong Kong are too young to access a UK visa scheme dedicated to helping Hongkongers flee to Britain, according to advocates and MPs calling for new laws to assist them.The release of the figures on Sunday by the advocacy group Hong Kong Watch comes before a parliamentary debate this week on proposed migrati...
Tags: Hong Kong, Politics, UK, UK News, World news, Immigration and asylum, Britain, Asia Pacific, Foreign Policy, BNO, Hong Kong Watch


Covid: Secondary school pupils in England advised to wear masks

Ministers want to make sure education settings are "as safe as possible" amid new variant fears.
Tags: UK, England, News


Salisbury and Skupski put GB into Davis Cup quarters

Great Britain are through to the Davis Cup quarter-finals after Joe Salisbury and Neal Skupski win a decisive doubles rubber against the Czech Republic.
Tags: UK, News, Great Britain, Salisbury, Skupski, Joe Salisbury, Neal Skupski


Covid: South Africa's president calls for lifting of Omicron travel bans

Cyril Ramaphosa says the action by countries including the UK and US is discriminatory and unnecessary.
Tags: UK, News, US, South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa


Covid live news: WHO Africa head urges world to keep borders open; third Omicron case found in UK

UN agency’s comments follow South Africa’s call to reverse flight bans; G7 health ministers to hold urgent meeting on Omicron variant; large contact tracing operation in WestminsterAt least 13 of 61 cases on two flights into Netherlands are new variantOmicron’s worst impact will be in nations with low vaccination ratesWhat do we know about the new ‘worst ever’ Covid variant?See all our coronavirus coverageChina could face more than 630,000 Covid-19 infections a day if it dropped its zero-toleran...
Tags: Europe, UK, Science, China, UK News, World news, US news, South Africa, Netherlands, Un, Reuters, Peking University, Coronavirus, COVID, WHO Africa, Chinese Centre for Disease Control and Prevention


What does appearance of Omicron mean for the double-jabbed?

We find out how much protection Covid vaccines may offer amid speculation new variant could be more resistantCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe emergence of Omicron has prompted widespread speculation that it may be more resistant to Covid-19 vaccines than existing variants, including Delta. But what does that mean for the average double-vaccinated person?All the vaccines currently available in the UK work by training the immune system against the coronavirus spike p...
Tags: Health, UK, Science, Society, UK News, Delta, Vaccines and immunisation, Immunology, Coronavirus


Chelsea 1-1 Man Utd: Jorginho recovers from mistake to earn Blues a point

Manchester United prepare for the arrival of interim manager Ralf Rangnick by earning a battling point against Premier League leaders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Tags: UK, News, Chelsea, Premier League, Manchester United, Jorginho, Ralf Rangnick


Channel migrants: France wants 'serious' talks with UK

Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin says France will not be held hostage by domestic British politics.
Tags: UK, News, France, Interior, Gérald Darmanin


Storm Arwen: Thousands facing third night without power

Police have declared a major incident in north east Scotland, with a warning disruption could last for days.
Tags: UK, News, Scotland



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