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Knock on effect of protectionism

Last week I commented on the consequences of steel tariffs and whether the WTO would accept the "defence out" around excluding such...

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M&A UK numbers hold strong

Notwithstanding the political doom and gloom in the UK, M&A in 2017 has been robust, continuing a run which stretches back to 2014.

There...

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Housing White Paper: What is on the other side of the hill?

The planning system in England and Wales is again in transition and the rules of engagement in the battle to secure a worthwhile planning...

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Consequences of tariffs for industrials

The possibility of the Trump administration imposing swingeing tariffs on steel imports could have wider implications for industrials.

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Time to review relevancy of risk

This fast-moving world means companies are having to revisit risk disclosures (both public and private), what should be discussed at...

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PRIIPs - ESMA's new top priority?

There can be no doubt that PRIIPs has absorbed a disproportionate amount of political and regulatory energy in its decade-long gestation...

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Law firms as business enablers

Technology adoption in the legal sector is at an early stage in the MENA region but it is already clear that it will benefit in-house...

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Nurses today...tomorrow the fruit pickers

Alarm bells are ringing for all UK's businesses that are dependent on the positive movement of labour from the EU into the UK. The UK has...

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May's door now open to business?

Business leaders have been complaining for several months since the Brexit vote that their voices are not being heard by the UK...

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Buying clothing online: Commission launches investigation into suspected cross-border online sales restrictions

The European Commission has announced a formal investigation into the distribution practices of designer clothing company Guess, which is...

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