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8 August 2017
The Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) has indicated four key issues/risks in light of Brexit and has put a marker down about the importance of a transition period to allow the UK to adjust.
25 May 2017
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is poised to introduce significant changes to data protection law in the EU, which will impact on many organisations.
4 May 2017
Today marks the end of a 12 month lead-in period for the inclusion of section 13A of the Insurance Act 2015, under the terms of the Enterprise Act 2016.
2 May 2017
The day after Prime Minister Theresa May triggered Article 50 to begin the Brexit process, Lloyd’s of London confirmed its plans to open a new European insurance subsidiary in Brussels.
31 March 2017
Having triggered Article 50, the government has followed its self-prescribed timetable and published the Great Repeal Bill white paper; Legislating for the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union (PDF).
23 March 2017
The Presidential Decree, from 6 March 2017, states that its purpose is to regulate the performance of a subordinated activity in Angola, by a non-resident foreign worker, in a way that balances the treatment between Angolan and foreign workers.
2 March 2017
As medical records go digital, hospitals and healthcare institutions are now tasked with protecting and guarding their patient’s data from cyber criminals who have spotted an opportunity to profit from the information. But why exactly do cyber criminals steal the data and how do they expect to profit?
27 February 2017
Lord Chancellor Elizabeth Truss has dramatically reduced the personal injury discount rate from 2.5% to minus 0.75%. The change will become effective on 20 March 2017.
30 January 2017
Britain’s motor industry is a ‘star performer’ of the UK economy. Its reported turnover was a record £71.6 billion in 2015. Accepting the benefit that membership of the European Union (EU) has allowed, the industry is understandably nervous about the potential effects of the UK leaving the EU, including big-ticket issues such as exports and attracting and retaining EU talent.
24 January 2017
What happened?

The Supreme Court has ruled by a majority of eight to three that the government cannot use Royal Prerogative to trigger Article 50. Instead, it must pass a bill through the House of Commons and House of Lords. The decision was, in many ways, not a surprise, and the government had reportedly been planning for the losing outcome, for some weeks, beginning the early stages of preparing a bill for introduction in the Commons.
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