Community Service UK – What Counts?

Posted by admin on May 25th, 2017

Community service is the alternative to sending charged criminals to our already overcrowded prisons. Community service has been proven to also be more effective to stop repeat offending than being put behind bars. It also works out for the taxpayer […]

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Can my employer change where I work?

Posted by admin on May 10th, 2017

It is the natural progress of any business to expand and grow, and as they do so it is also natural that offices need to be expanded in order to accommodate more staff and stock. Often this can be a […]

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What you need to know about the Upcoming Election

Posted by admin on May 9th, 2017

Prime minister Theresa May has called for snap General Election on the 8th June – wondering what it’s all about? Here all the facts you need to know about the upcoming election: Prime minister Mays justification for calling the election […]

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Trading Standards – Who are they and how can they help?

Posted by admin on May 3rd, 2017

Trading Standards are a government service that make sure that consumers are protected from unfair trading and allow them to successfully support businesses that are legitimate. They are there to enforce fair trading, monitor product safety, make sure age limits […]

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Working Tax Credits – What are they?

Posted by admin on April 26th, 2017

Working tax credit is slowly being replaced by universal credit – depending on where you live in the UK you may have already been rolled out. If you work and are earning a low income, then you are entitled to […]

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Mind Hacking – New Human Rights

Posted by admin on April 26th, 2017

Two researchers have put a proposal for four new human rights whose purpose would be to protect the human brain’s privacy. Marcello Ienca, a neuroethicist at the University of Basel, and Roberto Andorno, a human rights lawyer at the University […]

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Contesting a Will

Posted by admin on April 26th, 2017

Having a relative, family member or friend pass away is an upsetting event any person can go through. What can be worse is seeing that the person’s wishes aren’t carried out properly. Contesting a will is all about making sure […]

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UK Government forced to explain clean air plan

Posted by admin on April 26th, 2017

The government has come under fire from environmentalist and other stakeholders after they failed to release their clean air plan on Monday.  They claimed that they could not do so, due to the election purdah. However, James Thornton, CEO of […]

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The Law: Work Breaks

Posted by admin on April 26th, 2017

Overworking has consistently proven to be bad for our health – it makes us sluggish, tired and makes us more likely to burn out faster. The fast-paced environment of work that many of us live in causes us to feel […]

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What counts towards your financial settlement?

Posted by admin on April 25th, 2017

A family lawyer usually drafts out a financial settlement for a divorced couple if they so wish to have one. This is then approved by the courts. The aim is to split the assets of the pair equally and fairly. […]

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