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Arcade wins compensation from council over pier closure

An amusement arcade has won the right to compensation after a local authority closed a seaside pier because of safety concerns.

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Director ordered to repay more than £1m taken from insolvent company

A director has been ordered to repay more than £1m he took from his company at a time when it was insolvent.

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Tenant loses appeal over possession order and her human rights

A private sector tenant has lost her appeal against a possession order that she claimed infringed her human rights.

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Moratorium for failing businesses could ‘damage creditors’

A government proposal to have a 90-day moratorium for failing businesses could have serious consequences for creditors, according to the Chartered Institute of Credit Management (CICM).

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EU employment directives remain in place during Brexit process

The referendum vote to leave the European Union could have a significant effect on UK employment law although there will be no change in the short term while the Brexit process is taking place.

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