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On 21st March, the DTI proposed to use its existing
powers to make a change to the Gas Act which would make it easier
for industrial and commercial consumers...
The most recent non-domestic rating list came into effect on 1st
April 2000. For the first time the rating list is available for
inspection not only...
Pre-action protocols are another creation of the
Civil Procedure Rules designed to encourage a full exchange of
information before proceedings...
Susan Mayne looks at the growth of part-time
working in the UK and the position of part-time workers under the
new Part Time Employees Regulations 2000
Susan Mayne examines the changes in attitudes and
the law towards the position of homosexuals Background There has
been a sea change in attitudes towards...
Amanda Wright, whose own baby was born on 17th
March, sets out the new maternity provisions The recent changes in
the maternity legislation aimed to...
Proposed take-over by the Belgian company
Electrabel of the Dutch company Epon. Electrabel is controlled by
the undertaking Suez-Lyonnaise...
The European Parliament’s Economic and
Monetary Affairs (EMA) Committee has approved a draft Resolution
tabled by Werner Langen (EPP, Germany), giving...
On 7th April 2000, Stephen Byers announced that he
had accepted further undertakings from Birds Eye Wall's and from
Nestlé and Mars in connection with...
Ruling on a preliminary question referred by a
German court, the ECJ has held that it is not contrary to Directive
76/207/EEC on equal opportunities...
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