the CJEU gives its first interim measures ruling on the rule of law in Poland

Daniel Sarmiento,  Professor of EU Law at the University Complutense of Madrid* The decision of 19 October of the Vice-President of the Court of Justice, ordering the Republic of Poland to suspend the effects of the Judiciary Reform Act and, in particular, to ensure that no sitting judge is removed as a result of the new retirement age, is revolutionary to say the least. The Court has entered a terra incognita, a place where no previous European court had ever entered into, forcing a sovereign Member State to choose between its membership…

Yoo on James WIlson as the Architect of the American Presidency @PennLaw

Christopher Yoo, University of Pennsylvania Law School; University of Pennsylvania, Annenberg School for Communication; University of Pennsylvania, School of Engineering and Applied Science, is publishing James Wilson as the Architect of the American Presidency in the Georgetown Journal of Law & Public Policy. Here is the abstract. For decades, James Wilson has been something of a “forgotten founder.” The area where commentators generally recognize Wilson’s influence at the Convention is with respect to Article II, which establishes the executive and defines its powers. Most scholars characterize him as a resolute…

How to change privacy settings on Gmail? – UK Business Circle

If you need to change privacy settings on your Gmail account then for doing that one needs to follow just a few easy steps. On the system, open Gmail in the top right corner click settings from the top select settings page make changes as per your will and then get them saved. If still, you need any further guidelines then connect at the Gmail Helpline Number UK. The technicians sitting there can help you with not just this but also from other technical errors related to your Gmail account.…

Where to invest in the North

The UK property market has become increasingly volatile in the post-Brexit era, and stark regional differences have made picking the right investment even harder. Investing in London and the South-East has historically generated higher overall returns, but prices have stagnated recently with buyers being priced out and investors unable to justify shrinking yields. Many investors are now looking to the North where yields are the highest in the UK and house prices are predicted to grow. But where in the North is the best…

A 1 hour commute can slash house prices by £500k

According to new research by Lloyds Bank, homeowners living 60 minutes outside of Central London could pay up to 60% less for an average property. Lloyds data has revealed that workers in Central London can save an average of £483,342 by commuting up to an hour each day from areas such as Basingstoke, Crawley, Gravesend, Windsor and Northampton. Prices in these areas are on average around £325,091 – a whopping £483,342 lower than the average of £808,434 for a property within travelcard zones…

How to uninstall BullGuard desktop protection from the system? – UK Business Circle

If you wish to uninstall BullGuard desktop protection from the system then for doing that in easy steps as the uninstall window appears to click ‘’next’’ to proceed on the other screen you can keep the current antivirus settings if you wish to reinstall the software on your system after you will click ‘’next’’ a progress bar will appear to wait for the uninstall procedure to finish. For any more help or support connect with the expert sitting at Bullguard antivirus help desk. The technical team is available for the…

New rental data suggests market is performing well

Amid widespread reports that London’s rental market is stagnant due to landlords exiting the buy-to-let market, weakening tenant demand and oversupply, new data covering Q3 from residential letting experts, Benham & Reeves, tells a different story. In fact, according to the firm, the last quarter has been the busiest in their history with over 1,000 new tenancies agreed across 16 branches London-wide. Benham & Reeves had this to say: “This represents a 22.1% increase in transaction volumes on Q3, 2017. An equally impressive…

What exodus? – 2m plan to increase their portfolio next year

A new survey commissioned by investor forum and advice website, The Property Hub, has found that almost 80% of landlords plan to increase their portfolios over the next 12 months, equating to 1.95 million investors. The data revealed that the vast majority of landlords will buy at least one more property in 2019 while a massive 70% say even a no-deal Brexit would be unlikely to affect their growth plans. Meanwhile, 84% of landlords polled said they had no plans to sell any properties…

The impact a people’s vote could have on the property market

This weekend saw the People’s March come to London, with thousands of people taking to the streets to demand a People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal. I’m often asked about the impact of Brexit what the prospect of a People’s Vote could have on the prime London property market It’s a market that has a sensitive climate, which has been affected in recent years by a number of challenges. The introduction of higher rates of SDLT, inability to claim mortgage interest relief,…