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Five simple opportunities to help keep you sane through the isolated hours of the coronavirus crisis...

29-03-2020
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KISS's Chloe Thompson, Junior Strategist writes: As I write this blog I’m sat in my flat, working from home like most of you - how surreal is this? My thoughts are with anyone impacted to any greater or lesser extent.

27-03-2020
Stuart Wilkinson

On 26 March, Rishi Sunak announced an additional package of measures to support the self-employed who have been impacted by COVID 19. The Chancellor announced that the Government will provide a taxable grant to self-employed people up to a maximum of £2,500 per month. The amount will be based on 80% of their average monthly income based on...

27-03-2020

A healthcare ‘passport’ to access NHS and other wellbeing services has been beneficial for the mental health of veterans and provides them with a sense of identity, according to research just published.

27-03-2020
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Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner will have a cuppa with workers from across Cambridge on their tea breaks today (Friday 27th March) at 3pm - and it will all take place online, in aid of a good cause.

27-03-2020

Where did 2019 leave copyright in the UK and what is ahead for 2020?

27-03-2020
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Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT) is working with local organisations across the health system to offer support for mental health and wellbeing during the Coronavirus outbreak.

27-03-2020

The outbreak and spread of coronavirus is causing many problems for many businesses. You will need to review your contractual, legal and insurance position in order to consider what action may be appropriate.

27-03-2020

Deloitte has issued a summary of the latest funding initiatives made available for businesses.

27-03-2020

UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) has launched a new website for anyone interested in the science of COVID-19.

27-03-2020
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The role of leadership has ramped up dramatically over the past week and the tools and processes we used for managing teams are under scrutiny like never before. Now more than ever the definition of leadership as influencing others to willingly do what you want them to is being tested.

27-03-2020
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As the Coronavirus pandemic impacts all UK households, Cambridge law firm Stone King is sharing its expertise to support individuals, businesses, charities and schools through this challenging time.

27-03-2020

Cambridge Cluster science and technology companies have started the fightback against a virtual UK lockdown with global deals and strategies collectively worth billions, writes Tony Quested in Business Weekly today.

27-03-2020
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The Cambridgeshire Coronavirus Community Fund is asking for donations as it continues to offer support to community organisations throughout Cambridgeshire who are helping isolated older and vulnerable people at this time.

27-03-2020

Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) study is investigating the wider health and wellbeing implications of COVID-19.

27-03-2020

Members of the public joined journalists clicking in to watch Mayor James Palmer chair the Board of Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority as it met ‘virtually’, ensuring the Authority’s business carried on despite the Covid-19 emergency.

27-03-2020
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Ownership of land generally includes ownership of the airspace above the land and of the ground below it. However, it’s not uncommon to find a situation where the underlying minerals are not owned by the surface landowner. This must be addressed before any land development is planned.

26-03-2020
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New blog from Team Consulting's Martin Becker. Infusion pumps play a crucial role in hospitals all over the world, but - if they're not pumping - what are they doing?

26-03-2020

Mologic Ltd, a leading developer of lateral flow and rapid diagnostic technologies, today announced that it has initiated early validation of COVID-19 point-of-need diagnostic tests with the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and St Georges’ University London.

26-03-2020
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You will have seen and heard in the media that Parliament has been dealing with the Coronavirus Bill 2020. This received Royal Assent yesterday (25th March) and so is now on the statute books. Nick Hall of Hewitsons outlines some of its provisions:

26-03-2020

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