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Industry doubts over UK government meeting 2016 BIM target increasing – survey

Doubts among infrastructure professionals that the UK will meet government targets for the use of building information modelling (BIM) software on projects are increasing, according to a survey conducted by Pinsent Masons, the law firm behind 22 May 2015

Public bodies could have to disclose information to FOI requesters with 'vengeful' motive, rules UK court

Public bodies who receive "vengeful" freedom of information (FOI) requests cannot automatically refuse to handle those requests on the basis that they believe they are vexatious, the Court of Appeal has ruled. 20 May 2015

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'Leverage campaigns' by unions would not be restricted by tougher UK strike laws, says expert

Plans by the new business secretary to overhaul UK strike laws will not necessarily reduce the risk of business disruption to employers, since trade unions now have more sophisticated means of putting pressure on businesses at their disposal, an expert has... 18 May 2015

Expert: more powers for English cities welcome, but 'innovative thinking' needed to attract funding

Plans to give English cities powers over their own housing, transport, planning and policing policies could "make Britain stronger economically", but questions remain over their ability to attract the funding needed for essential infrastructure improvements,... 15 May 2015

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