The Supreme Court has recently handed down its judgment in the case of Royal Mail Group Ltd v Efobi. The case focused on whether the claimant or the respondent bears the burden of establishing the presence of discriminatory conduct, under section 136 of the Equality Act 2010.
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There is an increasing urgency to restore damaged peatland and return this natural resource to carbon sink status, rather than a net source of carbon emissions. But what does peatland restoration actually involve? Here, pun intended, we dig a little deeper into practical peatland restoration techniques and the wide-ranging benefits of peatland restoration, a rapidly growing area of interest for our clients in the rural sector.
In what comes as further demonstration of the innovative solutions being drawn up as a means to reduce carbon emissions and push towards Scotland’s Net Zero emissions goal, the world’s first “green submarine”, a self-driving hydrogen powered cargo delivery submarine has been earmarked for Irish Sea freight crossings.
The expenses for simple procedure actions are currently set out in Sheriff Court Simple Procedure (Limits on Award of Expenses) Order.
In what was hailed as an historic landmark for Scotland, a community-led project of “coastal rewilding” took place at Loch Craignish in August 2021. Restoring the UK’s decimated seagrass meadows could have an impact the UK’s push for Net Zero emissions by 2050.