Since Vladimir Putin sent troops into Ukraine on 24 February 2022, countries across the world have imposed a series of sanctions on Russia in an attempt to de-escalate the conflict. The effects are far reaching but, most notably, target Russia’s aviation sector. The European Union imposed a series of restrictive measures by enacting Council Regulation […]
There are currently two key in country concessions in place and one out of country concession. We will likely see further announcements in the coming days, weeks and months. 1. Family route The Government is calling this the humanitarian route but this is a misnomer, this is a route for the Ukrainian family members of […]
The Government has announced a new scheme to welcome Ukrainian nationals and their immediate family to the UK. The scheme will match people, charities, businesses, and community groups to Ukrainians who do not already have established family in the country, thereby allowing those who would not otherwise qualify under existing routes to come the UK. […]
In the early hours of the morning of the 24 February 2022, Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. This conflict will have widespread consequences that will be felt across the world, including the UK. This is an extreme humanitarian crisis first and foremost, and this article does not intend to distract from that, but […]
Last updated: 12:00pm, 28th February 2022 The ongoing crisis in Ukraine has caused an increased cybersecurity risk to organisations outside that country, including in the UK. The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (“NCSC”) has issued guidance advising UK businesses to act in the wake of the crisis. It has advised businesses that they should act […]
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