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Public Procurement: An Idiot's Guide

Public Procurement: An Idiot's Guide

The purchase of goods and services by the public sector is highly regulated. The rules are set out in the Public Contracts Regulations England and Wales 2006. The Regulations catch contracts exceeding...

GL talks to B24/7 about Bristol’s thriving legal sector

GL talks to B24/7 about Bristol’s thriving legal sector

Three Gregg Latchams experts have been featured in a recent article by Bristol 24/7 as part of their spotlight on Legal Services. The B24/7 article explores the challenges, and the future, of legal se...

No fault divorce, a step closer

No fault divorce, a step closer

Many family practitioners in England & Wales have welcomed the news this morning that a no-fault divorce is a step closer to being implemented. Although there have been talks of reform for a numb...

National living wage and national minimum wage increases

National living wage and national minimum wage increases

1 April saw the biggest increase in the national living wage since the concept was introduced. An increase of 4.9% will see a wage rise from £7.83 to £8.21 per hour if they are aged 25 and over. It ...

Have you included Mother’s Day in your parenting plan agreement?

Have you included Mother’s Day in your parenting plan agreement?

Ensure important dates are in your parenting plan agreement When you are negotiating the living arrangements for your children don’t forget to discuss how important dates such as Mother’s Day and...

Waste of money: Campaign to investigate the rising cost of incinerator reaches critical stage

Waste of money: Campaign to investigate the rising cost of incinerator reaches critical stage

The ongoing campaign into the hike in cost of a new waste incinerator in Gloucestershire by the group Community R4C has reached a critical phase as the organisation looks for added support to continue...

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