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Totting up points on your driving Licence.
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MEPs to give rules to robots

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Changes in the Defamation Act 2013

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Flying Freehold

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Improvements for rape conviction rate.

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Tenancy terms reviewed.

Minimum rental terms of three years could be introduced under new government plans.

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Stop and Search Laws

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Major Change in Divorce Law - no fault divorces

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Sharia Law

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Increase in the National Minimum wage.

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Affordable Homes Scheme and Shared Ownership Scheme

Affordable Homes Schemes and Shared Ownership Scheme - how you can take advantage to move home...

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