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Aretha Franklin I was 18 when I went to Auschwitz. My school chum Eamonn Kelly and I got a train to Warsaw and then down to Krakow. 1975 – height of the Cold War. Mad, I know. How we were allowed to go remains a mystery to me.

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Catriona Reid As part of the UK government’s international commitment to improving transparency over who actually owns and controls UK companies, from 24 July 2017 this requirement has extended to eligible Scottish partnerships under the Scottish Partnerships (Register of People with Significant C

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Hamish Lean Hamish Lean details a case in which it was held that the Scottish ministers' rule formalism regarding a subsidy scheme was unjustified.

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Jennifer Skeoch Jennifer Skeoch takes a look at the implications of last week’s long-awaited judgment from the Supreme Court on Employment Tribunal fees.

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Jillian Merchant gives SLN readers an overview of the Taylor report. The report was commissioned in October 2016 to look into “Employment Practices in the Modern Economy”. The review was chaired by Matthew Taylor, CEO of the Royal Society of Arts and former political advisor to Tony Blair.

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