evidence

Landmark Case – Two-Year-Old Victim Gives Evidence

Posted by admin on October 13th, 2017

In a landmark court hearing, a two-year-old has testified against her abuser becoming the youngest person in the UK to testify in a criminal court case. The man in question was sentenced to more than 10 months in prison for […]

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What risk does Brexit pose on your employment rights?

Posted by admin on September 29th, 2017

As Brexit negotiations continue, the ever growing concern over whether EU law such as paid holidays, health and safety, and paid parental leave will be transferred over to UK law. The government has promised to protect all worker rights, however […]

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PIP

What is PIP and how can it help me?

Posted by admin on September 29th, 2017

PIP stands for personal independent payment and is given to anyone between the ages of 16 and 64 who have long term illnesses or disability and need maintenance for daily activities. PIP has replaced the previous scheme of disability living […]

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divorce law

New Divorce Petition Form – Family Law

Posted by admin on September 28th, 2017

The Ministry of Justice had revised a divorce petition which openly invites the petitioner for divorce to openly name the person whom the respondent has committed adultery. While this isn’t something completely new, this new revision actively encourages people to […]

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Reporting of Cat deaths petition reaches 200,000 signatures – News Round Up

Posted by admin on September 28th, 2017

A loophole in the law that doesn’t comply motorists to stop if they hit a cat may not be closed. Gemma Conway’s cat Bertie went missing and hasn’t be found yet. When she put out messages to try and find […]

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Uber - Private Hire License

Uber banned from London – What’s the law?

Posted by admin on September 22nd, 2017

Today Transport for London has released a statement saying that they would not be renewing Uber’s license in the city. The TFL said that Uber “is not fit and proper to hold a private hire operator licence”. The complaints against […]

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post nuptial

Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements

Posted by admin on September 14th, 2017

More and more couples are choosing to make both pre and post marital type agreements.  People wishing to make these types of agreements will often have different reasons for doing so.  They may require an agreement because they want to […]

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rights

Flight Delays – What are your rights?

Posted by admin on August 31st, 2017

There’s’ nothing more pleasing than the thought of jetting off to somewhere where the sun is shining and enjoying a well-deserved holiday. But getting there can be difficult. Queuing, travel, transfers and airport madness are a concoction of stress and […]

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driving laws

6 UK Driving Laws You’re Probably Breaking

Posted by admin on August 31st, 2017

Let’s face it – your theory test was a long time ago. And you’ve probably forgotten what’s fully legal and what isn’t. Just like any group full of people in a room, drivers pick up bad habits from each other […]

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data protection

New Social Media Law & Data Protection Update

Posted by admin on August 31st, 2017

Ever looked back through your social media feed and cringed at the pictures you put up back in 2006? We’ve all been there to manually delete those embarrassing pictures so our new boss or significant other doesn’t see them. Deep […]

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