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Weightmans ‘Advice’ Advent – Some helpful tips to guide you through the festive season

The festive period is here, and with it comes the Weightmans 'Advice' Advent Calendar.

Carole Atkinson
Carole Atkinson Partner
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New interim guidance on decisions to withdraw CANH

The BMA, Royal College of Physicians (RCP) and the General Medical Council (GMC) have issued interim guidance on making decisions in relation to CANH…

Morris Hill
Morris Hill Associate

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The case for disclosure

It was not in the public interest to disclose an unredacted version of a training manual for the physical restraint of young people in custody.

John Riddell
John Riddell Partner

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Charging for special police services at football matches

The police could not charge a football club for services provided on public land next to a football stadium.

John Riddell
John Riddell Partner

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