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Left out of the queen`s speech

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Company bosses may be held responsible for staff fraud

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Cannabis - Making a Drug Legal.

Cannabis - Making a Drug Legal.
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Gig Economy - Rights for workers.

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Stop and Search Laws

Police Reforms - With the government recently announcing that they will be reviewing the stop and search rules we take a look at the rules that apply...

Help with Special Educational Needs (SEN)

Help with Special Educational Needs (SEN)
As a parent or guardian of a child with special educational needs you will be all too aware of the considerations nee..

Civil Liberties and Human Rights Solicitors

Civil Liberties and Human Rights Solicitors.
The Human Rights Act came into force on 2 October 2000, giving effect to the European Convention for the Protectio..

UK to simplify immigration rules

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

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Call for Electronic Will reforms

The Law on Wills needs to be updated to reflect modern forms of communication advises the Law Commission.
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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 ..

Concerns over pension reforms

Concerns over pension reforms -
New pension laws come into force this April and concerns are growing that, as a result of the reforms, pensioners may run out ..

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