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The Procurement Bill Explained

Jun 24, 2022
Join experienced procurement experts Kieran McGaughey and Andrew Millross for this on demand webinar as they outline the changes outlined in the Procurement Bill and how they might work in practice for contracting authorities.

Local Authority Insight Series: A balancing act – Public Sector employment post - Covid

Jun 20, 2022
This webinar by LexisNexis looks at Public Sector employment post - Covid; identifying and managing the potential pitfalls of the ‘new normal’ for public sector employers.

Housing Ombudsman - new podcast series

May 10, 2022
A new series of podcasts by the Housing Ombudsman Service aims to provide more insight on their casework and to share best practice.

LPS and MCA Code consultation – video Q&As

May 09, 2022
LPS and MCA Code consultation – video Q&As by Alex Ruck Keene

The White and Green Papers are out - what next? Browne Jacobson

May 04, 2022
Head of Education and Governance expert Mark Blois is joined by Browne Jacobson's regulatory and pastoral specialists who explain some of the core policy and legal implications, as well as the importance of action on your own terms.

Local Authority Insight Series: Elections

Apr 14, 2022
Join electoral law experts Mark Heath and Emyr Thomas as they look at the challenges faced by returning officers when running elections and look forward to how the new Elections Bill might change the landscape in future.

Disrepair: Preparing the case for trial

Apr 14, 2022
Mathew McDermott & Stefan Liberadzki of 42 Bedford Row Barristers deliver some free virtual training on disrepair.

Tindall v Chief Constable of Thames Valley Police [2022] Trinity Chambers webinar

Apr 12, 2022
As part of Trinity Chambers’ Civil Liberties & Human Rights webinar series, Simon Goldberg Q.C. discusses the recent case of Tindall v Chief Constable of Thames Valley Police [2022] EWCA Civ.

The Landmark Listen: Environment Podcast – AONBs or National Landscapes

Apr 01, 2022
Stephen Whale and Matthew Dale-Harris provide a podcast that covers the recent developments in the following topics: The Glover Report, National Parks and AONBs, the Government’s response to the Landscapes review and the DEFRA consultation exercise.

The Landmark Listen: Public Podcast – Standing

Apr 01, 2022
David Blundell QC, Richard Turney and Miranda Butler provide a detailed overview of the decision in the Good Law Project challenge and case law on the link between standing and timing in judicial review.

Trinity Chambers Employment Webinar - Holiday Pay & Interim Relief

Mar 29, 2022
Barristers from Trinity Chambers' Employment Law Team cover 'Recent developments in the world of Holiday Pay' and 'Interim Relief: A Practical Guide.'

The LLG Grapevine - 01/03/2022

Mar 03, 2022
In this podcast, Helen McGrath, Head of Public Affairs & Dennis Hall, Bulletin Editor at LLG look back over the last edition of the bulletin highlighting points of interest.

Lessons to learn from the ASB Injunction case of Rosebery v Williams

Feb 28, 2022
In this podcast, Rebecca Sembuuze and Helen Tucker of Anthony Collins Solicitors talk through the key learning points and lessons of what not to do from the recent case of Rosebery v Willams; an important ASB injunction case with an Equality Act Counterclaim.

Local Authority Insight Series Webinar: Neighbourhood Planning - 10 years on

Feb 17, 2022
Sue Chadwick and Stephen Morgan look at how successful (or otherwise) the neighbourhood planning system has been since its introduction by the Localism Act 2011 and what it might look like in future.

Part 36: Recent cases and what they can teach us

Feb 14, 2022
Gordon Exall looks at recent cases in relation to Part 36, including decisions relating to the construction and validity of Part 36 offers, issues in relation to whether and when offers are effective, and finally looking at the cases that deal with the consequences of a party failing to beat a Part 36 offer.

Human Rights Act the new Bill of Rights

Feb 07, 2022
Landmark Chambers’ specialist public law barristers consider the implications of the proposed new “Bill of Rights”.

Local Authority Insight Series: Making Highways Fit for the Future

Jan 27, 2022
Join Ruth Stockley, barrister at Kings Chambers, and Chris Burgess of Norfolk County Council for an in-depth discussion that addresses the legal issues and obstacles involved with adapting highways for a low carbon future and the legal tools available to local authorities.

Considering the Government's response to the Transforming Public Procurement consultation

Dec 15, 2021
Rebecca Rees is joined by speakers from the Cabinet Office and the housing sector in Trowers and Hamlins' latest procurement webinar exploring the Government's response to the Transforming Public Procurement consultation.

Contract law update: A review of key 2021 cases

Dec 07, 2021
Rowan Turrall is joined by members of her team to look back over some of the key contract law cases of 2021.

How to understand damp and mould claims

Dec 07, 2021
Krishma Patel and Stefan Liberadzki consider when damp and mould disrepair is actionable, among other questions.

Capacity and sex – the Supreme Court decision in JB

Nov 25, 2021
Vikram Sachdeva QC, Parishil Patel QC, Victoria Butler-Cole QC, Alex Ruck Keene, Ian Brownhill and Nicola Kohn explain the Supreme Court’s decision and discuss its implications for practitioners in the field of mental capacity and best interests.

The LLG Grapevine 15th November

Nov 15, 2021
Dennis Hall looks back over the last edition of the bulletin highlighting points of interest, pulling in government policy and national news to give you a quick round-up of topical developments.

Trowers' second annual mini-conference on building safety

Nov 12, 2021
Trower's mini-conference looked at the key aspects of the Building Safety Bill published in July 2021 and some key themes and processes of the Government's plans to reform the fire and structural safety regime for buildings in England as they have developed.

Estate Regeneration: Keys to successful outcomes

Nov 11, 2021
Scott Dorling, Paul McDermott and Victoria Thornton, joined by guest speakers Barbara Brownlee and Catherine Cummings, discuss the complex nature of estate regeneration, the common issues delivering estate regeneration schemes and a number of factors local authorities need to consider.

Local Authority Insight Series - Effectively tackling ASB

Nov 01, 2021
Join expert Housing barrister, Kuljit Bhogal and Susan Taylor, Senior Solicitor at Capsticks as they outline the latest thinking for social landlords on effectively tackling ASB.

Collection and use of personal data: a guide for social landlords

Oct 19, 2021
Kuljit Bhogal, Matt Lewin, Ruchi Parekh and John Fitzsimons discuss issues related to the collection and use of personal data for social landlords.

Data Protection: Current awareness issues for businesses

Oct 19, 2021
What are the key issues facing businesses and what protections can be put in place to avoid breaches? Barry Stanton, Emma O’Connor, and Amir Kousari discuss.

Equality law for planners

Oct 18, 2021
Jenny Wigley QC, Kimberley Ziya, Alex Goodman and Alex Shattock consider the implications of equality law for planners.

Local Authority Insight Series - the Liberty Protection Safeguards

Oct 15, 2021
ON-DEMAND WEBINAR: Alex Ruck-Keene and Emma Harrison look at how the new Liberty Protection Safeguards will work in practice when they replace the Deprivations of Liberty Safeguards (DOLS) next year.

Dealing with vulnerable tenants

Oct 14, 2021
Peggy Etiebet, Sarah Salmon and Zoë Whittington give an overview of the legal issues surrounding vulnerable tenants, including a look at practical issues and the courts, litigation friends, and past cases.

Current challenges facing employers

Oct 13, 2021
Paula Kathrens and Debra Gers discuss the employment law issues that have arisen as a result of the need for Covid-19 secure workplaces, the complexities of the furlough scheme and challenges around new ways of working.

Allocation and homelessness: what are the key issues facing local authorities?

Oct 13, 2021
Matt Hutchings QC, Michael Paget and Catherine Rowlands MSoM discuss the key issues facing local authorities in regards to allocation and homelessness.

Housing litigation post lockdown: everything you need to know

Oct 12, 2021
Kelvin Rutledge QC, Matthew Feldman, Dean Underwood and Tara O'Leary look at the need to know elements of housing litigation post lockdown.

Environmental Law Conference 2021

Oct 11, 2021
Landmark Chambers host a conference covering the latest updates in Environmental Law.

Planning for Protests

Oct 11, 2021
Tim Polli QC, Michael Buckpitt and Michael Walsh discuss the recent protests taking place across the country and how the courts approach applications for injunctions by landowners and public authorities.

In conversation with HHJ Patrick Perusko

Oct 08, 2021
HHJ Patrick Perusko discusses and shares his experiences from running the innovative Family Drugs and Alcohol Court (FDAC).

Practice Direction 57AC Trial Witness Statements in the B&PC

Sep 29, 2021
Matthew Hall and Geraint Wheatley discuss various issues relating to evidence in property cases.

Mandatory off-site schooling

Sep 28, 2021
Jonathan Auburn QC examines the impact of the recent decision in CHF & ORS, R (On the Application Of) v Newick Church of England Primary School & Anor [2021] EWCA Civ 613 on the need for and provision of off-site schooling by schools and local authorities.

Relief from sanctions

Sep 15, 2021
Desmond Kilcoyne unpacks the relief from sanctions principles, considering the Denton test, applications for an extension of time, applications in respect of failure to comply with orders or otherwise which are outside the scope of Denton, alongside a look at practical guidance on preparing to apply for relief from sanctions.

Rapid response to the health and social care changes

Sep 09, 2021
On 7 September 2020, the Government announced changes to the funding of health and social care in the form of an increase in national insurance and a cap on individual care costs. In this webinar from 39 Essex Chambers, Fenella Morris QC, Sian Davies and Arianna Kelly respond to the plan.

How to get section 21 and deposits right

Sep 02, 2021
Iris Ferber and Andrew Carter discuss how to navigate the numerous rules in play in regards to deposits and section 21 notices.

Local Authority Insight Series - Local Authority Duties in Intercountry Adoption

Aug 27, 2021
ON-DEMAND WEBINAR: Ruth Cabeza, barrister and author of the text, International Adoption, from Harcourt Chambers and Joy Hopkinson, Principal Social Care Lawyer from London Borough of Lambeth, discuss the issues for local authorities dealing with overseas placements both in a private and public law context.

Interim care orders and newborn babies on Law Pod UK

Jul 29, 2021
As part of LawPod UK’s Family Law series, Richard Ager and Clare Ciborowska discuss with Rosalind English the distressing and emotional business of removing newborns from their mothers when it is decided that it is in the infant’s best interests.

How to avoid common pitfalls in anti social behaviour injunctions and committal applications

Jul 29, 2021
Louise Whittington and Natalie Foster provide practical guidance on frequently encountered issues in the preparation of applications for both civil injunctions and committals following breach of an injunction.

Local government pension scheme exit credits

Jul 26, 2021
Doug Mullen and Michelle Knight discuss the recent judicial review of regulations changing the regime governing exit credits in the local government pension scheme.

An overview of the National Planning Policy Framework 2021

Jul 22, 2021
Freddie Humphreys highlights and discusses key changes to the National Planning Policy Framework released on the 20th of July 2021.

Emotional dysregulation and the use of anticipatory declarations in the Court of Protection

Jul 20, 2021
Dr Nicholas Todd, a Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Sam Karim QC and Aisling Campbell discuss emotional dysregulation, fluctuating capacity, capacity on a longitudinal view, anticipatory declarations and the problems with care management.

Housing Ombudsman Podcast: Relaxing the rules and returning to the New Normal

Jul 20, 2021
In the first episode of the Housing Ombudsman's new podcast, Richard Blakeway, Verity Richards and David Simmons discuss the complaints they have seen that have been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Everyone’s Invited: the legal implications

Jul 20, 2021
What is the legal framework for schools in responding to 'Everyone's Invited'? Fiona Scolding QC, Samantha Broadfoot QC, Leon Glenister and Joe Thomas discuss.

The LLG Grapevine 19th July

Jul 19, 2021
Deborah Evans, Dennis Hall and Helen McGrath discuss the Lord Chief Justice's comments on Serious Court Failings, the Environment Bill and climate change, the future of the planning system, the Public Accounts Committee Test and Trace 2 Inquiry, council's financial black holes, the Supreme Courts position not to interfere with political choices, the Health & Social Care Bill and the CSPL Annual Report.

CQC Strategy 2021 (part 2): How ratings could change and how to challenge them

Jul 09, 2021
Tim Coolican and Freya Cassia explore the legal and practical options available to providers if a disappointing result is received following an inspection.

Planning case law update

Jul 07, 2021
James Findlay QC, Ryan Kohli, Ruchi Parekh and John Fitzsimons explore the most recent key Planning Law cases.

Judicial review & the planning system in 2021

Jul 07, 2021
Richard Harwood OBE QC, Chris Todman, Celina Colquhoun, Simon Ricketts and Katherine Barnes look at practical tips, current trends, and consider what’s around the corner for judicial review and the planning system.

Cut your neighbour down to size?

Jul 06, 2021
David Sawtell and Niraj Modha share their thoughts on common disputes between and involving neighbours, the legal issues which they throw up, and the steps which may be taken to resolve them.

Possession proceedings, where are we now?

Jul 06, 2021
Tara O'Leary, Rowan Clapp, Olivia Davies and Dr Christina Lienen take stock of how the County Courts are dealing with possession claims as the country (hopefully) moves towards an easing of COVID-19 restrictions.

CQC Strategy 2021 (Part 1): How inspections will change and how providers can prepare

Jul 05, 2021
Tim Coolican and Freya Cassia discuss the new Care Quality Commission's (CQC) strategy, what it means for health and social care providers and what providers can be doing to prepare for the new style inspections.

Bridging the Gap: planning pointers for property practitioners

Jul 05, 2021
Myriam Stacey QC, Jenny Wigley QC, Katrina Yates and Heather Sargent focus on key points that property practitioners need to know about section 106 obligations and planning enforcement.

State Aid and subsidy control post-Brexit: an update

Jul 02, 2021
What is the current position on State Aid and subsidy control in the UK, and what does the future hold for these areas of law following the consultations on the proposals in the two UK Green Papers? Tim Buley QC, Luke Wilcox and James Neill discuss.

Local Authority Insight Series - Climate Change

Jun 28, 2021
ON-DEMAND WEBINAR: What are the legal powers that local authorities can use to fight climate change and what legal obstacles do they face? Rachel McKoy, Stephen Cirell, Richard Honey QC and James Lupton consider the problems.

The LLG Grapevine 28th June

Jun 28, 2021
This week Deborah Evans, Dennis Hall and Helen McGrath discuss S.W. v United Kingdom: European Court of Human Rights, Dobson v North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust, Place and Wellbeing in Local Government, The Commercial edge: Renewing the case for the Local Investment, Schools and Education, Social Care Finance, MHCLG Questions last week, and the Electoral Integrity Bill.

Update on remedies for non-payment of rent

Jun 21, 2021
Richard Snape unpacks the recent government announcement around remedies for non-payment of rent - the short and long term consequences and considerations for landlords and tenants.

A beginner’s guide to Statutory Nuisance Prosecutions & Residential Accommodation

Jun 21, 2021
Mathew McDermott and Krishma Patel provide an introduction to statutory nuisance prosecutions in respect of residential accommodation, dealing with what "statutory nuisance” and “prejudicial to health” mean, what defences exist and what the Magistrates Court can award.

A New Look at Leasehold Restructuring: are landlords out of the money?

Jun 15, 2021
Zia Bhaloo QC, Camilla Lamont, David Nicholls and Evie Barden consider the impact on landlords of three significant new decisions in the field of retail, leisure and hospitality lease restructuring.

Hurstwood v Rossendale Borough Council - Property Case Law Update

Jun 14, 2021
Tim Morshead QC talks about the implications of the Supreme Court decision in Hurstwood Properties v Rossendale Borough Council on empty rates mitigation schemes.

Occupiers Liability: Reminder of the basics

Jun 11, 2021
Robert Parkin and Henk Soede cover the basic principles of Occupiers Liability, focusing on what to look for in a potential claim and areas of weakness for potential defences.

Unpacking disposal of development land

Jun 10, 2021
Join Richard Snape as he unpacks the fundamental cases that form the backbone of real estate law.

Compulsory Purchase: A fresh perspective

Jun 09, 2021
Paul Shadarevian QC, Harriet Townsend, Emmaline Lambert and Dr. Christina Lienen consider compulsory purchase law and practice for acquiring authorities and affected owners – pitfalls to look out for, and tips to take to heart.

The Transport and Works Act

Jun 09, 2021
Neil Cameron QC, Matthew Henderson, Lorrae Hendry and Kevin Gibbs consider the relevance of the Transport and Works Act (TWA) in an era where development consent orders are often the preferred option for promoting major infrastructure projects.

Planning for schools: academy and free school planning appeals

Jun 03, 2021
What are the tactics for defending school planning appeals where a free school or academy is promoted by the Secretary of State for Education and planning permission is refused (or an application is undetermined) by the local planning authority? Lisa Busch QC, Harriet Townsend, Ryan Kohli and Rowan Clapp discuss.

Introduction to Highways Works; Public Rights of Way and Village Greens for Planners

Jun 02, 2021
Katherine Barnes and Celina Colquhoun provide a “back to basics” session on highways works, public rights of way and village greens directed at planners.

The LLG Grapevine 1st June 2021

Jun 01, 2021
Helen McGrath and Dennis Hall of LLG discuss Lord Woolf's comments on Judicial Review, the Public Accounts Committees' Report on the Government's Education Catch Up Programme, the Environment Bill, Health and Social Care, Voter ID, Failure to Provide Adequate Reasons in Planning Permission, Stakeholder Response to the Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities Report, Social Housing Reform and 'Here we go round the Mulberry Bush'!

Issues Around Lease Termination

May 27, 2021
With the major changes to the real estate market resulting from the covid-19 pandemic, Myriam Stacey QC, Nic Taggart, Richard Clarke and Tom Morris discuss topical issues around lease termination in both the residential and commercial contexts.

Junior Litigators Toolkit

May 26, 2021
Trinity barristers Chris Hegarty, Jack Cottrell, Paul Kerfoot and pupil Patience Abladey discuss a range of procedural topics, from witness statements to disclosure and from e-bundles to applications.

The future of heritage planning

May 26, 2021
Lawyers from Landmark Chambers, Herbert Smith Freehills and Montagu Evans consider the impact of the Bramshill case on the future of heritage planning.

Developing Greenfield Sites Outside Settlement Boundaries

May 25, 2021
Jonathan Clay, Dr. Ashley Bowes and Rowan Clapp explore the issues that may be faced when developing greenfield sites outside of settlement boundaries, including: housing land supply, tilted balance, access issues, commons and village greens, development within the Green Belt and landscape/heritage issues.

The LLG Grapevine 24th May

May 24, 2021
Deborah Evans, Dennis Hall and Helen McGrath discuss junior lawyer guidance, traveller injunctions, presenteeism, homeworking, levelling up, new laws for house buyers, renters and homeowners, planning reform and public interest reports.

Regeneration review

May 20, 2021
Neil Walker, Alex Kynoch, Jonathan Allen, Mark Stubbs and Ayesha Khalique look at four keys areas of regeneration, including public funding of regeneration projects, planning, construction, finishing with a look at recent impactful real estate developments affecting regeneration.

Future of agile working - how tech will solve the connectivity and productivity puzzle?

May 20, 2021
With law firms asking the question of whether their lawyers will continue working from home post-pandemic, Rebecca McGuirk and Emma Burrows of Trowers and Hamlins ask technology expert, Alan Valentine, about how technology will be essential for hybrid-working.

Rossendale v Hurstwood

May 19, 2021
The Supreme Court judgement of Rossendale Borough Council v Hurstwood Properties Ltd. on empty properties and business rates has far-reaching consequences for landlords. Richard Snape considers the ruling.

Coercive and controlling behaviour: The latest from the Family Courts on LawPod UK

May 19, 2021
Clare Ciborowska and Richard Ager join Rosalind English to discuss the challenges presented to family court judges by the obligation to conduct full fact finding hearings where allegations of domestic abuse are raised as part of LawPod UK’s Family Law series.

Defending Disrepair Claims

May 19, 2021
What does a landlord need to know about preparing for, negotiating and - above all - avoiding litigation? Catherine Rowlands and Matthew Feldman discuss.

Carbon Neutrality - Air Quality

May 12, 2021
What is the current statutory framework for the regulation of air quality and how is it likely to evolve? Ben Standing and Laura Hughes discuss.

Testamentary Capacity: Time for a change?

May 12, 2021
Falk J has recently handed down her decision in Clitheroe v Bond [2021] EWHC 1102 (Ch), which raises fundamental questions regarding testamentary capacity, and in particular whether the Banks v Goodfellow test should be replaced by the test in the Mental Capacity Act 2005, as well as clarifying the test for insane delusions and the role of fixed false beliefs. In this webinar, Sir James Munby, former President of the Family Division and of the Court of Protection, chairs a discussion on the issue.

What next? Residential property law in 2021/22

May 11, 2021
What changes are on the horizon for residential property lawyers, following the most recent national lockdown? Justin Bates, Rupert Cohen and Kimberley Ziya provide a review of two areas of forthcoming reform.

“I want a witness can I get a witness”: The new approach to witness evidence post PD 57AC

May 06, 2021
David Holland QC, Joel Semakula and Evie Barden consider the new requirements for witness statements, the impact on other aspects of trial preparation and the consequences for the conduct of trials, particularly property trials.

Costs for Planners

May 05, 2021
Join Tom Morris, Rupert Cohen and Nick Grant as they explore the costs jurisdiction.

Rent Repayment Orders: A virtual introductory workshop

Apr 30, 2021
Howard Lederman and Natalie Foster of 42 Bedford Row Barristers' Housing Group provide an overview of rent repayments orders as it affects local authorities.

Getting to grips with infrastructure projects as a local authority

Apr 28, 2021
Michael Bedford QC and Ruchi Parekh consider lessons learnt from recent DCO Examinations, including their experiences from the Norwich Northern Distributor Road, the Lake Lothing Third Crossing, the Great Yarmouth Third River Crossing, the East Anglia One North and East Anglia Two offshore windfarms, and the Sizewell C nuclear power station Examinations.

Dealing with homelessness appeals

Apr 23, 2021
Focussing on section 204 and section 204A appeals in the county court, Catherine Rowlands, Andy Lane, Tara O'Leary and Rowan Clapp look at those appeals through the lens of the local authority respondent.

Local plans: Tips for success

Apr 23, 2021
Paul Shadarevian QC, Wayne Beglan, Clare Parry and Dr. Ashley Bowes discuss numerous topics relating to Local Plans, including duty to cooperate, the examination, legal challenges and policy drafting.

What does the COVID pandemic mean for the standard of care?

Apr 14, 2021
What is the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the interpretation of the appropriate standard of care? Chris Bright QC, John Coughlan QC, Gemma Roberts, and Neil Shastri-Hurst explore the key implications.

The Independent Review of Administrative Law: Much ado about nothing or rewriting the rules of public law?

Mar 29, 2021
Richard Drabble QC, Jenny Wigley QC, David Elvin QC and Tim Buley QC consider what the Independent Review of Administrative Law (IRAL) report recommended and analyse the government's response.

Court of Protection Q&A 4: Property & Affairs

Mar 26, 2021
In the final instalment of their fortnightly series, Fay Collinson, Arevik Jackson and Sophie Hurst answer questions submitted live, primarily focussed on Property & Affairs in the Court of Protection.

Covid Enforcement Restrictions

Mar 25, 2021
As the UK prepares for the relaxation of lockdown, barristers Zachary Bredemear, Richard Cherry and Conor Kennedy offer a reminder of the restrictions on bringing proceedings and enforcement that are still in force.

Hugh James' NPS Framework Fortnight - Lot 2: Child Social Services

Mar 24, 2021
Jo Couch, Sara Tomaszewski and Martin Jones speak about recent developments including the law concerning the authorisation of the Deprivation of Liberty of Children and briefly survey the law relating to European child protection cooperation post-Brexit.

Planning law update for local authorities: Planning challenges

Mar 22, 2021
Heather Sargent, Kimberley Ziya, Luke Wilcox and Alistair Mills consider the procedure of High Court planning challenges, before turning to two common topics which arise in challenges: heritage, and the interpretation of policy.

Court of Protection Q&A Series: 3

Mar 16, 2021
Sophie Hurst and Richard Borrett from Kings Chambers' Court of Protection team answer questions submitted live, primarily focussed on health & welfare law.

Planning law update for local authorities: Dealing with appeals

Mar 15, 2021
Jacqueline Lean, Matthew Fraser, Andrew Parkinson, Nick Grant and Joe Thomas provide helpful tips on three main areas in planning law: resisting written representations appeals, opposing appeals when brought by way of a hearing, and the vexed topic of costs.

The LLG Grapevine 15th March

Mar 15, 2021
Deborah Evans, Dennis Hall and Helen McGrath from LLG discuss devolution, Judicial Review, GDPR, The CfGS's Governance Risk & Resilience Framework, gender equality, flexible working, Rule of Law and Test and Trace.
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