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SI 2012/1215 - The Offender Management Act 2007 (Establishment of Probation Trusts) (Amendment) Order 2012

This Order amends the Offender Management Act 2007 (Establishment of Probation Trusts) Order 2010 by inserting a new article 3A. New article 3A designates Wales Probation Trust as a “Welsh probation ...

SI 2012/1206 - The Public Bodies (Abolition of Courts Boards) Order 2012

This Order abolishes courts boards, which were established by section 4 of the Courts Act 2003.

SI 2012/1199 - The Apprenticeships (Alternative English Completion Conditions) Regulations 2012

These Regulations make provision for circumstances where a person has not entered into an apprenticeship agreement but is working under alternative working arrangements, by specifying the alternative ...

SI 2012/1196 - The A52 and A5111 Trunk Roads (Spondon Interchange, Derby) (Temporary Prohibition of Traffic) Order 2012

SI 2012/1194 - The M54 Motorway and the A5 Trunk Road (Telford to Shrewsbury) (Temporary Prohibition of Traffic) Order 2012

SI 2012/1193 - The M48 Motorway (M4 Junction 21 to M48 Junction 1) (Temporary Prohibition of Traffic) Order 2012

SI 2012/1192 - The A2 Trunk Road (M25 Junction 2, Slip/Link Roads) (Temporary Prohibition of Traffic) Order 2012

SI 2012/1191 - The M4 Motorway (Junctions 2 - 6) (Temporary Prohibition of Traffic) Order 2012

SI 2012/1190 - The M25 Motorway (Junctions 29 - 30) (Temporary Prohibition of Traffic) Order 2012

SI 2012/1158 - The Sixth Form College Corporations (Publication of Proposals) (England) Regulations 2012

Section 33C of the Further and Higher Education Act 1992 (“the Act”) gives the Secretary of State power to establish, by order, a sixth form college corporation. Before the Secretary of State may make...

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