Monthly Archives: February 2012

The High-Speed Rail Link: An Update

In January this year, the Transport Secretary Justine Greening announced the government’s decision to proceed with phase one of the new high-speed rail link (“HS2”) between London and Birmingham.  Greening claimed that the decision followed “in the footsteps of the … Continue reading

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A Drug for Mice to Cure Alzheimers?

Introduction Plaque found in the brain of Alzheimers patients has been cleared by a cancer drug tested on mice.  There are many years of research still to carry out before it can be seen if this really will help with … Continue reading

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What Now for Rangers F.C?

Whilst the recent statement from the Administrators that the Club is unlikely to go into liquidation will have come as a welcome relief to its supporters, it begs the question of what the future holds in store for Rangers F.C. … Continue reading

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Rangers go into Administration. If you want to know what Administration is . . . then read this!”

Outline Administration allows for the reorganisation of a company or the realisation of its assets. It usually follows soon after a company becomes insolvent. The process takes place under the protection of a moratorium, which prevents creditors from enforcing their … Continue reading

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Going for Broke

An Insurance Broker has a duty to ensure that a policy meets the needs of its client. This is a continuing duty and requires a Broker to advise his client of any changes to the policy throughout its duration. A … Continue reading

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What “Price” a round of Golf?

Although many people think of golf as a safe, non-contact sport, statistics in the UK show that around 12,000 golfers a year require hospital treatment as a direct result of injury on the golf course.  In one-year alone 3,530 head … Continue reading

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PRS for Music announces consultation on simplifying licence fees for amateur sports clubs

PRS for Music has announced the start of a consultation in relation to licence fees for the public performance of its repertoire at not-for-profit amateur sports clubs.  The aim of this consultation is to simplify the charges for such organisations … Continue reading

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