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On Monday, Professor Jay announced a new strategy to ensure the Inquiry meets its remit (see the press release and full statement). In particular, she expressed the view that the Terms of Reference are achievable because she is proceeding on the basis that the Inquiry will not seek to replicate a traditional public inquiry in respect of each of the thousands of institutions that fall within its remit.
While the possibility of a British Bill of Rights and Responsibilities (‘the Bill’) has been on the political agenda for some years, only recently has it moved towards becoming a reality, with a consultation promised by the government in 2016.
It has been just over a year since the crisis that struck charity fundraising following the death of the charity volunteer fundraiser Olive Cooke. This two part special feature highlights developments in fundraising and data protection since then.
Lucy McLynn and Victoria Cook explain that it’s crucial for charities and social enterprises to be clear on their organisation’s relationships with its volunteers.
Bates Wells Braithwaite, HCT Group and E3M’s Bold Commissioners network have released a new report, The art of the possible in public procurement, examining the implications of the new Public Contracts Regulations 2015 and the options the regulations provide for public service commissioners. The report also presents a set of scenarios that seek to demonstrate the scope of what the regulations allow commissioners to do.
BWB's Rupert Earle has contributed to Ad Law, a practical guide to the law and regulation of advertising and marketing communications.
Attempting to regulate employees’ appearance through a dress code can be an absolute minefield for employers, with so much scope for falling foul of the law and breaching employee rights.
International sportspeople regularly travel all over the world for new challenges. For athletes from outside the EEA (or from Croatia) who want to compete, train, or work in the UK, navigating the immigration system can prove a less exciting challenge of the job. BWB’s Immigration team has prepared a detailed guide examining the number of routes through which a non-EEA/Croatian sportsperson may come to the UK to undertake sporting activities.