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No breach of natural justice when planning inspector relied on matters not identified as main issues

A planning inspector was not in breach of the rules of natural justice or procedural fairness when she dismissed an appeal against a refusal of planning permission on grounds that had not previously been identified as 'main issues', the Court of Appeal has... 17 Apr 2014

"Homogenised" new EU non-financial reporting requirements will create hefty burdens for mid-tier businesses, says expert

New rules requiring EU companies with over 500 employees to report on measures including environmental impact, workforce diversity and anti-bribery and corruption controls will "widen the gulf" between large-scale multinational businesses and their mid-tier... 17 Apr 2014

State subsidies to EU renewable energy producers to be reined in, but some energy intensive sectors will still enjoy benefits

A number of energy intensive industries will still be allowed to receive some state support to compensate for high power bills caused by government subsidies for renewable energy under new European Commission guidelines which are designed to gradually phase... 11 Apr 2014

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