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Latest Legal News

Latest Legal News

European temporary leave to remain

In a week of political high drama with the lifespan of news headlines shorter than the burst of a strobe light, you could be forgiven for missing the government plans for EU nationals in the UK in the event of a No-Deal Brexit announced on Wednesday (4 September).

The government unveiled the new European Temporary Leave to Remain scheme (Euro TLR).

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Can the Scottish Housebuilding market continue to weather the Brexit storm?

Just over six months ago I wrote that I was very much of the view the Scottish housing market was bucking negative Brexit predictions, and that the outlook – particularly for new build homes – was extremely positive. 

Now the summer is drawing to a close and the warmer weather has been replaced with the autumnal storm of the Brexit debate, what’s changed since then?

A lot has happened politically.

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Neurodiversity in the workplace: “If you’re not normal, there is very little hope for the rest of us…”

These are the closing lines of the poem “For Rita With Love” by Legendary Irish poet, Pat Ingoldsby. The poem is about a girl whom we are led to believe has some form of learning difficulties. From the description in the poem she is likely to fall into the category of the population that we are now labelling “neuro-divergent”. It is estimated that around 1 in 7 people (more than 15% the UK population) are neuro-divergent, meaning that the brain functions, learns and processes information differently.

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