A new report published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) in recent days claims that discrimination may ‘play a part’ in the UK’s gender pay gap.
The British Association of Social Workers (BASW) has published a comprehensive report into the state of adoption following a two-year inquiry.
An MP has backed a campaign which would see the laws surrounding surrogacy sway in favour of the child’s intended family.
An increasing number of British families are falling victim to ‘risky’ unregulated advice in relation to care home fees and Inheritance Tax (IHT) matters, a report in The Telegraph suggests.
An engineering company found to have breached the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 has been fined £75,000 in Court.
New figures have revealed a “staggering scale of pressures” on children’s services, according to the Local Government Association (LGA).
New research suggests that there is “significant demand” for buy-to-let mortgages across the UK, despite concerns that recent tax and regulatory changes are having a negative impact on buy-to-let investment.
New research suggests that many Britons are failing to regularly update their Wills – meaning that missing details and mistakes are increasingly going unnoticed until it is too late.
A mother has been granted permission to take her son on lengthy visits to her place of birth despite ongoing petitions from the father.
A large number of RBS shareholders have put forward a proposal to “improve corporate governance and shareholder engagement” at the majority state-owned bank.