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Separated Families

Today marks the start of a Supreme Court case which will see the legality of the Home Office minimum income threshold rules assessed. The...

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Britain is a powerful 'job factory'

As the countdown clock ticks down on David Cameron's EU negotiations, some are asking the question "Is Mass Migration from Europe such a...

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No Benefits but a Higher Minimum Wage

The recent news out of the EU shows that David Cameron is campaigning desperately to obtain a new deal which would mean that EU migrants...

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The Brain Drain...

Scotland has called for the old Tier 1 (Post Study Work) visa to be brought back after seeing a notable "brain drain of global talent". 

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The UK vs the EU

The introduction of Appendix FM and the new financial requirement of at least £18,600 has been met with widespread criticism and...

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The impacts of the digital age on the media

No one will deny the increasing presence of the internet but, in relation to the media, it seems to have become more apparent over the...

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The UK and the Immigration Skills Charge ('ISC')

As well as adversely affecting the public sector (i.e. universities, schools and hospitals) it would seem that other highly skilled...

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The Immigration Skills Charge

The Home Office introduced the notion of an immigration skills surcharge so as to try and reduce the amount of employment migration from...

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Mind the gap! Gender pay gap reporting proposals

The government has today published its proposals for larger employers (employing 250+ staff) to publish data about the gender pay gap in...

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David Green to remain head of SFO

David Green will be hoping his extension will allow him sufficient time to continue what he has started.  One issue which is likely to be...

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What price for internet access for everyone?

In an increasingly connected society, it can be hard to imagine life without the internet.  

However, that remains the reality for many...

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Shields Up!

Since the death of Safe Harbor last year,  the European Commission and the US have been negotiating the so-called "Son of Safe Harbor",...

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Habitual residence - don't leave children in limbo

The Supreme Court has today handed down an important decision concerning a young child who was unilaterally taken abroad by her mother to...

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Lord Lucan is dead...it's official

A High Court judge has today made a declaration presuming Lord Lucan's death, which has allowed his son to obtain a death certificate for...

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The perils of being an executor

An interesting article from the Wall Street Journal on some of the perils of accepting the role as an executor of an estate.

Whilst the UK...

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Are EU nationals being unnecessarily blamed?

The "emergency brake" has now been officially proposed! The principle, put simply, is that the UK would be able to stop EU nationals from...

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Is the Dublin Regulation fit for purpose?

The recent landmark legal ruling handed down by the President of the Upper Tribunal of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber highlighted a...

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