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Help with Special Educational Needs (SEN)

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The Clean Air Act

The Clean Air Act.
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Abortion Laws

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Flying Freehold

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Totting up points on your driving Licence

Totting up points on your driving Licence.
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New Food Laws to reduce allergic reactions

New Food Laws to reduce allergic reactions.
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Major Change in Divorce Law - no fault divorces

Government to finally introduce 'no-fault' Divorce laws..

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Interest Rates Forward Guidance

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Government Help to Buy Scheme

Government Help to Buy Scheme.
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Increase in the National Minimum wage.

Increase in the National Minimum wage. - From October the National Minimum wage is to be increased by 3% to 6.70 per hour...

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