The BBC is expected to announce a ‘pay cap’ on its news presenters’ salaries, amid concerns that the organisation has long been driven by a “culture of gender discrimination.”
The legal system is failing women and needs fundamental reform, a report by the Fawcett Society has claimed.
The number of aspiring first-time buyers who have successfully managed to take their first step on Britain’s property ladder has increased dramatically in the past year, new research reveals.
Almost three quarters (70 per cent) of Britons are unaware of important changes to Inheritance Tax (IHT) which could save them a lot of money if they intend to pass residential property to direct lineal descendants in their Wills.
A Family Court Judge has ordered a family to remove all of their pets from their home after “squalid” conditions were uncovered by a visiting midwife.
A leading watchdog has set out plans to increase the number of businesses able to access the Financial Ombudsman Service.
A new form for divorcing couples is set to be approved in the coming weeks, the President of the Family Division has confirmed.
The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has launched a taskforce to “monitor and advise” firms adversely affected by the Carillion collapse.
Recently announced proposals to tackle “unfair and abusive” practices in Britain’s leasehold system are set to have significant implications for the nation’s property market.
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.