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This month we cover corporate and commercial, competition, employment, advertising & marketing, intellectual property, financial services and consumer news. Here are some of this month's highlights...
When the Queen delivered her speech at the State Opening of Parliament in May, there were a number of bills announced of particular interest to business. The Investigatory Powers Bill; will look to modernise the law on communications data and according
to the Government will 'address ongoing capability gaps that are severely degrading the ability of law enforcement and intelligence agencies to combat terrorism and other serious crime.’Other Bills announced in the speech cover a proposed
five-year freeze on increases in VAT, income tax and national insurance contributions.
Tune into the full story from 00:20.
This case raises an important point concerning TUPE legislation. Havering Council contracted Saturn Leisure to operate an ice rink and a car park. Saturn then sub-contracted the car park work to Regal Car Parks. The Council terminated the contract
with Saturn and took the management of the car park back in-house. The Claimant in this case, was the director of both Saturn and Regal, he claimed his employment should have transferred under TUPE from Regal to Havering Council.
Tune into the full story from 03:55.
This case was probably the biggest legal news story from last month. Mr Lee had ordered an iced cake and supplied his company logo along with the caption ‘Support Gay Marriage’. Ashers Bakery subsequently advised Mr Lee that his order would
not be fulfilled as the bakery was a Christian business and felt they could not promote a campaign which they disagreed with.
Tune into the full story from 09.10.
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