Summer Quiz.

We hope that you are having a good summer and have returned from any time away somewhat refreshed.

This week, our email bulletin takes the form of a summer quiz.  In fact, it’s the first round of the quiz we held at our office a few weeks ago.

Set out below are combinations of numbers and letters (the letters in which stand for words) which form expressions or phrases which you may have come across during the last twelve months in employment law and practice.  For example “464PCOWP” would have been “£464 cap on weekly pay”.  We have emboldened a few letters or numbers in each combination which may assist you.

Please email Andrew Knorpel (andrew.knorpel@mundays.co.uk) with your answers.  The winning entry will be drawn out of a hat of all correct answers on 1 September 2014 and will receive a prize*.

1. 6P31PNMW
2. 52WPMUDCA
3. TULR(C)A1992
4. 90DGPMPA
5. 25TPMBOCC
6. 0HC
7. 9PCIEA2010
8. 20MRBI6HWD
9. 8SRFRFWR
10. 79PCRIETC

We look forward to receiving your entries.

* those who attended the summer quiz at our office will not be eligible for the prize as you already know the answers and that just wouldn’t be fair!

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