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House of Lords Licensing Law Review – The Government Responds

On 6 November 2017 the Government published its long awaited response to the recommendations made by the House of Lords Select Committee concerning the Licensing Act 2003.

(Publication Date: Tue 07 Nov 2017)

Minimum alcohol pricing planned in Wales

The Welsh Government has announced that it will introduce a new law that will help set a minimum price for selling alcohol in Wales.

(Publication Date: Thu 02 Nov 2017)

The Implications of LB Ealing v HMRC (Case C-633/15)

As many may be aware, sporting services provided by an eligible not-for-profit body are treated as VAT exempt. Whilst exempt bodies usually lose entitlement to reclaim their own VAT costs, more often than not, there’s a net commercial and financial benefit from not applying VAT to the supply. Conversely, for-profit providers must charge and account for VAT on their equivalent activities.

(Publication Date: Wed 18 Oct 2017)

Need to Know - HR Update - Issue 7 2017

Welcome to the latest edition of Need to Know, Winckworth Sherwood's Employment and HR newsletter.

(Publication Date: Tue 17 Oct 2017)

Heads Up! Autumn 2017

After a very busy summer, I am delighted to be writing to you at the beginning of the new year with a review of recent legal developments and news about what we are working on. The team have been involved in a number of high profile instructions of late, involving Cheating and Exam Malpractice, Admissions and Complaints and Challenging Ofsted.

(Publication Date: Thu 14 Sep 2017)

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