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Government set to introduce biggest workplace reform in 20 years
The Government is set to introduce workplace reforms that are likely to offer more protection to all employees, and especially
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More than three quarters of SMEs are struggling with late payments
More than three quarters (78 per cent) of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are having to wait one month or
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Study reveals UK ‘property price hotspots’
A new analysis of Land Registry data claims to have revealed the ‘Top UK Property Hotspots’ for 2018 in terms
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Government set to review grandparents legal rights
Government ministers are considering changing children laws that would give grandparents a legal right to see their grandchildren after a
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Olympic cyclist’s sex discrimination case could have ‘significant ramifications’
A sex discrimination challenge brought before an Employment Tribunal this week could have ‘significant ramifications’, it has been warned.
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ICO fines spam text firm for data protection breach
A tax advisory company has been fined £200,000 after sending out millions of unsolicited marketing text messages.
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Charity calls for review of criminalisation of forced marriage
Campaigners are calling for a review of the criminalisation of forced marriage, claiming that the law stops victims from speaking
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HM Land Registry moves to raise awareness of property fraud
In recent weeks, HM Land Registry has been trying to raise awareness of property and conveyancing fraud in an effort
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5.4 million Britons ‘do not know where to start’ when it comes to writing a Will
A new study published this week suggests that a staggering 5.4 million UK adults are ‘completely perplexed’ by Wills and
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Overseas investment into UK smashes records
2017 saw the greatest levels of inward investment since records began, a new report has revealed.
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