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  1. That is why i suggest it be sent as a very public directive to all refs and coaches pre season that this is a law that will be being enforced heavily. Yes first few games will be a whistle fest (like whenever the other code tightens the high tackle laws) but coaches will adapt tactics and players will learn or lose
  2. The laws are clear already Speed essential 11. The play-the-ball must be performed as quickly as possible. Any player who intentionally delays the bringing of the ball into play shall be penalised.
  3. So just give a directive to all that as soon as the ref calls the tackle complete the tackler has to IMMEDIATELY get off the tackled player. Doesn't need any rule changes - it is then up to the attacking team to realise that getting to your feet quickly and playing the ball quickly will likely mean you are attacking a less well set line
  4. i understand that BUT whilst i know you will have some UK based fans, i doubt many travelling fans will cross the Atlantic to watch a game so there will need to be a big SBW draw to compensate for the lost away fans
  5. I note this bit in the BBC article and wonder how true it is And the rest of Super League will be punching the air at his arrival. Having a Sonny Bill Williams in the opposition line-up whenever Toronto Wolfpack come to town will undoubtedly put extra numbers on the gate.
  6. It was but the 35point deduction £5m + fine for Saracens for salary cap breaches has understandably topped it now
  7. Top of top front tooth (initially a seesaw but then kept knocking it off on the pitch so they finally straightened the tip and filed the neighbour down to match), plus missing a molar which I split vertically (smashed chin into grass and mouthgaurd couldn't take whole impact) and it then got infected, root canal surgery was deemed unlikely to succeed due to twisty roots so it was removed As a plus I still have a pre-molar which is a milk tooth as it has no adult tooth to push it out - I was told that would never last past my mid 20's and I am nearly double that now Grew up in an area with no flouride in water but remember being given it as a paste in a mouthgaurd thing about age 9 or 10 - had to sit with it in for about 10 minutes
  8. Depends on industry Sales roles it makes the sales directors worry you talk a good talk but can't back it up so have to keep moving around project management roles they know people move when projects wind up so as long as you can show you have seen things to a natural end less stigma,
  9. New productivity rules - you have minus 1 day to deliver all the xmas post
  10. Thats ok - knowledge is power in these situations - don't fear the worst, just ensure you know your rights and responsibilities and no one ends up surprised
  11. Here you go - found online a standard contract between NHS and staffing agencies https://www.cambridgeshireandpeterboroughccg.nhs.uk/easysiteweb/getresource.axd?assetid=4037&type=0&servicetype=1 ApendixA
  12. Didnt say they stop you doing the job, just you have to tell them about the convictions. Whereas if a conviction is spent for any other role you DO NOT HAVE TO TELL THEM, the agency likely had a contract with the trusts saying they guaranteed to have referenced and checked all staff and there were of good character - that makes it hard for the agency to put you into a contract without a bunch of extra paperwork so others would get the nod over you
  13. Nursing different Anything to do with Drink/Drugs or vulnerable people inc children convictions are never spent and always have to be disclosed. So nursing, helper in a nursery/age grade rugby coach or licensee etc
  14. Motoring at end Table B: Rehabilitation periods which do not have buffer periods so start from the date of conviction Sentence/disposal Rehabilitation period for adults (aged 18 or over at the time of conviction or at the time the disposal is administered) Rehabilitation period for young people (aged under 18 at the time of conviction or at the time the disposal is administered) Simple caution/youth caution++ Spent immediately Spent immediately Conditional caution/ youth conditional caution 3 months or when caution ceases to have effect if earlier 3 months or when caution ceases to have effect if earlier Absolute discharge Spent immediately Spent immediately Bind over At the end of the order At the end of the order Conditional discharge order At the end of the order At the end of the order Fine+++ 1 year 6 months Compensation order++++ When paid in full When paid in full Attendance centre order At the end of the order At the end of the order Care order When order ceases to have effect When order ceases to have effect Confiscation order When order ceases to have effect When order ceases to have effect Forfeiture order When order ceases to have effect When order ceases to have effect Hospital order When order ceases to have effect When order ceases to have effect Referral order At the end of the order At the end of the order Relevant order+++++ When order ceases to have effect When order ceases to have effect Reparation order Spent immediately Spent immediately Disqualifications When order ceases to have effect When order ceases to have effect Endorsements 5 years 2½ years
  15. NOTE - ON TABLE ABOVE IT IS BASED ON SENTENCE IMPOSED NOT TIME SPENT
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