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  1. This morning the Ministry of Justice released the Government's response to the Consultation Paper on Bailiff Reform. This is a very detailed response which consists of 72 pages and can be accessed by way of the following link. You will need to scroll down to the bottom of the page under the heading of RESPONSES: https://consult.justice.gov.uk/digit...bailiff-action
  2. This briefing summarises the consultation paper by section, and provides some initial analysis and comment. The LGA will make its further analysis available to member authorities to assist with the preparation of consultation responses. These are due with DCLG by 24 September 2012. http://www.local.gov.uk/web/guest/briefings-and-responses/-/journal_content/56/10171/3651530/ARTICLE-TEMPLATE
  3. Redundancy - How far can the company make you travel to relocate, instead of paying redundancy? Today i have been told the company is closing my place of work. I am due to start my 90 days consultation process. It has been suggested that i relocate to another branch. This branch is 23 miles away. I don't drive. I will have to get two buses and it will take me between 2 - 2 1/2 hours to get to work. (never mind get back) So a possible 5 hour round trip. I will have to leave the house at 6.30am and won't return until 8.30pm. I am currently learning to drive but will not pass my test by the tim
  4. On 14 June 2012 the Government published its White Paper ‘Banking reform: delivering stability and supporting a sustainable economy’, which sets out the Government’s detailed proposals for implementing the recommendations of the Independent Commission on Banking (ICB), to fundamentally reform the structure of banking in the UK. The Government will introduce all necessary legislation as soon as Parliamentary time allows, and remains committed to completing all primary and secondary legislation by the end of this Parliament in May 2015. Banks must comply with all of the measures proposed here by
  5. They say that their rising costs must be met by increased fees to licenceholders. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/cars/article-2148159/DVLA-hike-fees-drivers-offset-EU-costs.html
  6. My company is embarking on a program of redundancies as a cost saving measure. We are currently coming to the end of 'collective consultation'. We asked the question "Is there a voluntary redundancy programme?" the answer was that there is no official program, but you can put yourself forward and the company would consider it. The cuts are drastic (about 70%). Some people would prefer to be made redundant. I am considering putting myself forward but I am not really sure what the risks are? Where does that leave me afterwards, if I am declined? i.e. once I 'show my cards' as it were? Colle
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