London Irish are delighted to announce the signing of scrum half Brendan McKibbin from Super Rugby Side the New South Wales Waratahs on a two-year deal.Read article
London Irish centre Fergus Mulchrone has signed a two year extension with the Exiles.
London Irish are proud to announce the signing of World Cup Winner Ben Franks on a three year deal.
Unison has now had two attempts to have the requirement for claimants to pay fees in the tribunal system struck out. Currently for a claimant who does not qualify for remission to claim unfair dismissal they have to pay £250 to issue their claim and then £950 to have a hearing. If they are seeking to recoup unpaid wages they have to pay £160 to issue the claim and £230 for a hearing, often more than the wages they are claiming!
65% of the world’s population live in countries where being overweight or obese kills more people than being underweight. Obesity has serious adverse consequences for morbidity, disability and quality of life and entails higher risk of Type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, several common forms of cancer, osteoarthritis and other problems.
Earlier this month 12 people died at the French satirical magazine when two masked gunmen opened fire on them. The gunmen were offended by the cartoon drawing of Muhammed the prophet.
On 22 January London Irish announced the signing of Scotland International and British and Irish Lion, Sean Maitland from Glasgow Warriors on a long term contract.
The prospect of writing a Will may be a daunting task. You are not alone; in the UK almost 26 million adults have yet to write their Will.
London Irish are excited to announce that Tom Coventry will take up the position of Head Coach for the start of the 2015/16 Aviva Premiership season.
The Court of Appeal has upheld the ruling of the High Court which found that Topshop’s sale of t-shirts bearing Rihanna’s image without her consent amounted to passing off.
Bob Casey has been appointed to the new position of Operations Director of London Irish. Casey, who will be responsible for the Club’s rugby and commercial activities, has also joined the main Board of the Club.
On Friday 9 January 2015 the Health and Safety Executive published draft Guidance on the new Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015. It is expected that the new regulations will come into effect on 6 April 2015 for new and existing projects. For projects already underway on that date clients will have 6 months to comply with certain aspects of CDM 2015. There are new special provisions for Domestic Clients. Breaches of the new rules may result in criminal liability for which the maximum penalty is an unlimited fine or 2 years imprisonment, or both.