Weekly Notes: legal news from ICLR, 26 October 2020

This week’s roundup of legal news and comment includes sentencing reform, media regulation, hungry children and untaxed taxis.

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The Royal Courts of Justice, by Louise McCullough, reproduced with permission and thanks.

Crime

Sentencing Code

Parole system review

Media regulation

Record level of complaints to IPSO

Data Protection

Privacy and coronavirus

Family Law

Weddings of the future

Human Rights

Free School Meals and the law

Tax law

Uber to pay VAT on fares

Fraud

The Covid Challenge

Recent publications

Dates and Deadlines

Mishcon Purpose: The Emperor’s new clothes: Greenwashing: truth, trust and reputation

Forget Work-Life Balance. You Need a Work a Work-Life Contract!

Trust in Journalism conference

And finally…

Tweet of the Week

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The ICLR publishes The Law Reports, The Weekly Law Reports and other specialist titles. Set up by members of the judiciary and legal profession in 1865.

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