For many of us it is hard to imagine a time when there was no statutory entitlement to annual leave, a time when a worker’s right to take holidays (paid or in many cases unpaid) was largely a matter of what had been agreed in their contract.
This week, Solicitor Emma Canham is talking about child care during the school holidays for parents who have split, and what they can do to ensure fair contact arrangements are in place.
With the end of the academic year fast approaching, many teachers and parents are thinking of the long summer break ahead. However, it is often a busy time in school as construction projects and maintenance activities traditionally take place during this period while the pupils are away.
This month’s blog comes from Clive Owen LLP Business Advisers and Accountants, who must be congratulated on their win at the North East Accountancy Awards last month. The blog comes from Partner, James Catterick. I am sure you will find it very informative.
Can you believe it is now 15 years since the “new” Licencing Act came into force? The year was 2003. Tony Blair was Prime Minister, Girls Aloud were number 1 with Sound of the Underground and Jonny Wilkinson’s last minute drop goal secured England’s first Rugby Union World Cup. 15 years.
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