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From time to time we will post news articles and announcements relating to the firm and to various legal issues that may be of interest to you.

Scottish Government publishes drink driving limit consultation

A consultation on proposals to lower the drink driving limit in Scotland has been published by the Scottish Government.

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Two in five flexi-work to avoid commute

New research has suggested that many employers are finally freeing staff from the daily commute, with two in five professionals (39%) able to work from locations other than the company’s main offices for at least half the week. This helps them reduce the cost and stress of commuting and reclaim the hours lost in limbo between their work and home lives.

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Milking firm in court after worker injured at Derbyshire farm

A Shropshire milking company has been fined after a worker suffered a fractured skull when he was hit by a steel beam at a Derbyshire farm.

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Glass ceiling no longer as relevant for modern career women

A recent survey of 1,000 UK working women between the ages of 18 – 60 has revealed that two thirds believe they faced multiple barriers throughout their careers, rather than just a single ceiling on entry to the boardroom.

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No-fault compensation scheme proposed for NHS claims

A recent consultation launched by the Scottish Government is seeking views from interested parties on proposals to introduce a no-fault compensation scheme for NHS claims in Scotland.

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