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Major Change in Divorce Law - no fault divorces

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

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Rights for Crime Victims

Rights for Crime Victims - The Justice Secretary Chris Grayling has announced that, for the first time, victims of crime will be given legal rights...

Changes coming into force for children with special needs - September 2014

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Assisted Dying

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Gig Economy - Rights for workers.

Hermes become the first major company to make concessions to 'Gig..

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Family law, Changes to help victims of controlling behaviour.

Family law, Changes to help victims of controlling behaviour.
The Home Secretary had announced new laws to help victims of psychological and emotional abuse b..

Strike law changes

Strike law changes - As we have reported for some time the government is pushing ahead with plans to reform the strike laws, plans that should be passed this ye..

Cautions, warnings and penalty notices.

Police cautions and warnings are the same and can be issued to anyone over the age of ten for minor offences, whilst this does not count as a conviction it can ..

UK to simplify immigration rules

The UK immigration rules have become very complicated, the time h..

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Boost for Help to Buy scheme

An extra 10bn is to be made available to extend the help to buy scheme...

Obese and Addicts to lose benefits?

Obese and Addicts to lose benefits? - A Government review has ordered that those claiming benefits because they are Obese or addicted to drugs or alcohol could ..

Communications Data Bill

The controversial Communications Data Bill is being revived to introduce a
wide range of laws allowing public bodies to gain access to historic private
commun..

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