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Publication of the Department for Education’s updated guidance on keeping children safe in education has caused confusion and fear across the education community.
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Collyer Bristow has been busy advising universities in relation to their establishment of university campuses overseas – from the Middle East to South Asia.
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US IT companies could be forgiven for feeling victimised, especially after the European Commission recently rapped Google for abusing its power.
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The key political battlegrounds laid bare.
Politics and social media are an incendiary combination, and 2015 is likely to be the UK’s first truly digital-led general election.
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