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BASC welcomes environmental lawyer to the ranks

The British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) is excited to announce the appointment of law academic Dr Marnie Lovejoy as its new head of environment law research. Marnie has a PhD in law and is the former associate head of Portsmouth Law School. Gamekeeping runs in her family and she is a keen beater… Read more »

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The MDU and Armstrong Watson LLP partner to provide tax, accountancy and business advisory services

The MDU and Armstrong Watson LLP partner to provide tax, accountancy and business advisory services The Medical Defence Union (MDU), the UK’s leading medical defence organisation, has launched a new partnership with accountancy firm Armstrong Watson LLP to provide MDU members with access to tax, accountancy and business advisory services.  As part of the collaboration, MDU members will receive… Read more »

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Interview: Demos’ balancing act

All thinktanks have a tough balancing act to make between reacting to current events and achieving that longer view. Demos has its own answer to the problem. By Alex Stevenson On first glance the thinktank seems to have opted for an arms-length approach to the news agenda. “The perspective has always been thinking ten years… Read more »

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Public backs all-night election count
Poll backs call to save all-night election count

By Jon Ashford The public has added its voice to a mounting campaign to keep the traditional all-night general election vote count – rather than move it to the following morning. A survey for the Local Government Association (LGA) found over 50 per cent of respondents preferred the election night format remain the same. Just… Read more »