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By way of apology…


There will be some housing law along in a minute, but I’ve had an email request that prompts a bit of an apology. How, in the employment law blog links, could I have overlooked Daniel Barnett’s blog. Daniel Barnett has a valid claim to be one of the parents (or in internet years, grandparents) of free, rapid, internet distributed legal information with his employment law update emails, which began in 1999, and the archive and subscription details are available on his blog.

The apology was prompted because Daniel emailed (gracefully ignoring the lack of link) to ask for a bit of publicity for his fundraising campaign to mark the tenth anniversary of the employment updates. (Ten years! How does he manage? We’ve done two and three quarters and will need more server space shortly…). Daniel writes:

“To celebrate this milestone, I’m fundraising for Starlight, a charity dedicated to lighting up the lives of seriously and terminally ill children by granting them their dearest wishes. My target is £10,000 – £1,000 for every year of the bulletin – and I’ll be asking my subscribers to donate.

There’s more info on my website – including links to my first three bulletins. I launched the fundraising at about 10am today, and we’re already up to over £3,500 within just six hours.”

That’s up to £4,200 now…

Giles Peaker is a solicitor and partner in the Housing and Public Law team at Anthony Gold Solicitors in South London. You can find him on Linkedin and on Twitter. Known as NL round these parts.


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