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London Stadium appeal makes history with live stream

London Stadium appeal makes history with live stream

West Ham’s dispute with the owners of the London Stadium’s been referred back to the High Court. The London Legacy Development Corporation, believes if the stadium’s capacity is increased it should receive a part of the new profits. West Ham currently pay a yearly rent of £3 million and want to increase capacity by nine thousand. The case made history when this week’s Court of Appeal hearing became the first to be live streamed online. It is part of a pilot project which the government hopes will increase public access to the court’s work. Initially the Hammers are looking to increase the stadium capacity by 3 thousand, before finally increasing the capacity of match days to 66,000. Gerry Murphy, then acting chief

Here is a quick guide on NDAs and uncomfortable workplace “banter”

Investigations, News
Let’s just say you scored yourself an internship with the company of your dreams. Everything seems to be working as well as you anticipated, except your supervisor often makes you feel... rather uncomfortable. What are your rights as an employee in such situations? And is it possible for employers to cover up workplace sexual harassment? Recent revelations about Hollywood producer/mogul, Harvey Weinstein have shocked the industry and the world. Not only that, they have brought years of silence surrounding misogyny and sexual offences within Hollywood-- and most working industries-- to a blinding spotlight. How have these incidents been happening for years without the public knowing-- especially since the men involved are rather high up the Hollywood food chain? The answer lies withi