New 10 Point Plan to Increase Protection for Whistleblowers
MPs are leading calls for a “radical overhaul” of whistleblowing laws in order to protect those who uncover serious wrongdoingRead more.
July 19, 2019
Major banks and venture capital firms promise to invest in more women
A number of major banks and venture capital firms have come forward in committing to increasing the number of BritishRead more.
July 19, 2019
When can an employee make a secret recording?
Our employment law team are often asked when can an employee make a secret recording and what can be doneRead more.
July 17, 2019
Court rules man must share lottery win with ex-wife
A man who won the lottery two years after he got divorced from his wife has been told by aRead more.
July 16, 2019
Mortgage approvals rise in June, according to the latest data
Mortgage approvals in the UK rose by 0.6 per cent between May and June, according to the latest home lendingRead more.
July 15, 2019
Opposite-sex civil partnerships extended to all by “end of year”
The Government will extend civil partnerships to opposite-sex couples by the end of this year, a report has revealed.Read more.
July 12, 2019
UK landlords are struggling to keep pace with the latest reforms, according to a recent survey
Many landlords in the UK are struggling to keep up with the new legislative and regulatory reforms that have beenRead more.
July 10, 2019
Ministry of Justice takes “urgent action” on digital probate delays
The Ministry of Justice has taken “urgent action” to solve the digital probate delays issue, according to the Justice Minister.Read more.
July 9, 2019
Court staff to be asked to enforce MIAMs before first family court hearing
The current volume of family law cases is “‘unprecedented” and “unsustainable”, a leading expert has revealed.Read more.
July 3, 2019
Council investment in commercial property increases
Investment in commercial properties by local authorities increased again last year, according to official Government figures.Read more.
July 2, 2019