Blogs

Government confirm European Investment Fund replacement
The British Business Bank will replace the primary function of the European Investment Fund (EIF) once the UK has left
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Report finds racism still a huge problem in UK workplaces
A new report has found that a significant proportion of minority workers have experienced racial harassment at work in the
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Government plan to axe short-notice evictions
The Government has announced plans to scrap “no-fault evictions” in what is being described as the biggest overhaul for renters
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Financial Ombudsman launches new service for small firms
The Financial Ombudsman has launched a new service designed to help even more small firms settle disputes with financial services
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Rise in cost of probate delayed due to Brexit
Proposals to increase the costs associated with probate for families sorting out the wills of loved ones who have died
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Sweeping changes to divorce law to “end the blame game”
Couples in England and Wales will no longer have to prove that one partner is at fault in order to
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What happens if… I have still not done anything about GDPR one year on
On 25 May 2019, it will be exactly one year since the introduction of the GDPR, which aimed to strengthen
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Thousands of workers to receive payslip for first time under new laws
More than 300,000 workers will be getting a payslip for the first time this month under new rules that come
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MPs to debate increasing age of marriage in UK to 18
MPs are currently debating whether to increase the minimum age for marriage in the UK to 18 in a bid
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Government has not provided clarity over status of EU citizens post-Brexit, say landlords
A body representing landlords in the UK says that many will be unclear about whether they can let their properties
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