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  • Time to take stock and review your marketing plans for 2022

    As we entered 2022 there was a renewed sense of optimism. The worst of covid appeared to be behind us, Omicron didn’t pose the threat which was first feared & the vaccination programme was well established. Consumers and businesses were eagerly looking ahead to making up for the time they’d lost during the pandemic, and […]

  • Employers and Living with Covid

    The 1st of April 2022 saw Covid guidance ending and some major changes to how we as a society live with covid being implemented. Asymptomatic testing has been abolished altogether for most of the population and with free lateral flows also stopping from 1st April 2022, this will mean that there are more people than […]

  • The Pandemic and the Law – Inching Toward Clarity?

    There is no doubt that the Package Travel Regulations 2018 (PTRs) were not written with a Pandemic in mind. But despite that, the PTRs are the law which regulates the travel industry, who with their  legal advisers have had to do their best to interpret how the PTRs apply in a raft of situations for […]

  • ABTOT Associate WHA Spring Statement Summary

    The Chancellor’s Spring Statement was delivered amidst dire social and economic circumstances. Living costs continue to increase at an alarming rate; the levels of inflation escalating to the highest in 30 years within an economy struggling to find its feet after the Coronavirus pandemic. Events played out on an international level will also have consequences […]

  • ABTOT Associate Travlaw reviews P&O sackings

    P&O – Where they went wrong, and how you can get it right! The announcement was met with criticism by unions, politicians and the wider public (as this sort of thing does not happen very often) where seemingly P&O have simply side stepped the process that employers have to follow in making large scale redundancies. The […]