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18 October 2019

UK nationals going to the EU for business travel in the event of no deal

While there is a near continuous stream of Brexit related news on immigration issues and prospective new laws, one of the often overlooked practical implications is for UK nationals travelling to the EU as business visitors.  That is particularly the case if the UK leaves the EU without a deal, be that on 31 October 2019 or at a later date.  

Nicolas Rollason

31 March 2011

Kenneth Clarke denies weakening new anti-bribery law

Louise Hodges comments in the Guardian on the recently published Bribery Act guidelines. 

30 March 2011

The permanent immigration limits: a practical guide for employers

The permanent caps on non-EU immigration to the UK come into effect on 6 April 2011 and will have a direct impact on the ability of UK-based employers to bring in skilled staff from outside the EEA. The limits are part of the government’s attempt to reduce net migration to the UK. 

 

30 March 2011

Guidance notes on Bribery Act suggest common sense will rule

Stephen Gentle appeared in an article in The Independent where he commented on how "the Government's guidance on the controversial Bribery Act is to offer an olive branch to business as its publication today kicks off the three-month countdown to the act becoming law."

28 March 2011

Budget cuts and loss of staff weaken fraud watchdog

Stephen Parkinson gave an interview to the FT in relation to how the recently imposed budget cuts and staff losses could affect the SFO's future.

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