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21 May 2018

A vast amount of personal data necessarily comes into the hands of public officials and that can sadly prove a temptation to the dishonest. In one case, a corrupt police officer made over £...

21 May 2018

Birth, marriage, death and, sadly often, divorce, mark turning points in people’s lives, and each can have profound implications that require independent legal advice. In a case on point, a...

21 May 2018

The 2018 Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup commences on Thursday 14 June with a match between Russia and Saudi Arabia that kicks off at 4:...

18 May 2018

Those who suffer unlawful discrimination in the workplace are entitled to be compensated for injury to their feelings, and such payments are usually tax free. The Court of Appeal recently...

17 May 2018

Coal mining subsidence is a scourge in many parts of the country and, if you are affected, you should seek legal advice straight away. In one case, a man whose newly built luxury home was left...

17 May 2018

Coal mining subsidence is a scourge in many parts of the country and, if you are affected, you should seek legal advice straight away. In one case, a man whose newly built luxury home was left...

16 May 2018

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week (14-20 May), and this year the Mental Health...

16 May 2018

Immigration officers are rightly watchful to ensure that only those who are entitled to British citizenship succeed in obtaining it. However, in one case, the Home Office’s arguments that a...

15 May 2018

Is it discriminatory that only women can qualify for maternity leave and that men often have to manage on reduced pay if they take time off to care for newborn children? The Employment Appeal...

15 May 2018

Orders made by family judges in order to protect children must be obeyed and it is not for parents to take the law into their own hands. The point was powerfully made by one case in which the...

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