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Gen Sejusa is no longer a UPDF officer, High court rules

KAMPALA-The High Court has declared that Gen David Sejusa is no longer a serving officer of the UPDF. 103 more words

Jacinta Nakaye

David Cameron admits Conservative Party may have 'mis-declared' General Election expenses

David Cameron, Robert Peston ‘Peston on Sunday’ TV show Credit: Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock

By Laura Hughes
Political Correspondent
The Telegraph

The Conservative Party may have… 482 more words

Slater drops appeal on source protection

Cameron Slater has given up on an appeal in a defamation action taken against him by Matthew Blomfield involving posts Slater made on Whale Oil in 2012 that Blomfield claims are defamatory. 723 more words

General

Tobacco giants lose legal challenge against new cigarette packaging laws

Tobacco giants have just lost their court case against the Government’s new packaging laws.

Philip Morris International, British American Tobacco, Japan Tobacco International and Imperial Brands – the top tobacco companies in the world – had taken legal action… 333 more words

UK

साइकिल मैकेनिक पर आया CM की बेटी का दिल, शादी करने पर अड़ी

तेलंगाना के मुख्यमंत्री चंद्रशेखर राव की गोद ली हुई बेटी प्रत्यूषा अपनी पढ़ाई छोड़कर उस प्रेमी से शादी करना चाहती है जो एक साइकिल की दुकान पर काम करता है। ऐसे में आंध्र प्रदेश के हाई कोर्ट ने छुट्टियां शुरू होने से पहले तेलंगाना और आंध्र प्रदेश की पुलिस को यह तय करने का काम सौंपा है कि 29 साल का वेंकेट नाम का लड़का 19 साल की प्रत्यूषा के ‘लायक’ है या नहीं।

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Term time holidays – ok or a definite no?

Are the floodgates now open for parents to take their kids out of school following the High Court ruling in favour of the Isle of Wight dad who refused to pay up when he was fined for taking his daughter on holiday during term time? 1,090 more words

Judges Support Parents

my dad was a shunter in the railways when I was in school

he had no choice as to when he took his 2 week ‘summer’ holidays… 352 more words

Education