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A ban on cigarette machines in England is now imminent following a decision by the Supreme Court not to allow Imperial Tobacco Group to make any further appeal challenging the validity of the legislation.
Owners of sports and other recreational land should take particular care to ensure that members of the public do not enjoy rights over their land in light of the recent decision of R v Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council.
Injuries are perhaps an inevitable part of any physical activity, and sports are no different. Should a person suffer a serious injury on a sporting playing field, a variety of persons can be found liable.
When 36 young Dutch women turned up at the Holland v Denmark world cup group match sporting orange mini-dresses distributed by brewers Bavaria, there was some concern with the strict approach taken by FIFA, footballs governing body, in ejecting thes
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