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June 2017 Newswire  

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  Local solicitors lend their support to charity festival TrustFest


Hethertons Solicitors was delighted to sponsor TrustFest – a new local festival.

The family fun day, held at The Red Lion, in York, featured live music from The Mothers and other local musicians.

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  Father wins landmark paternity case


In a case believed to be the first of its kind, a man has won a case against an employer who failed to give him full paternity rights.

Madasar Ali, who worked in a Capita call centre, had been informed that he would only receive a fortnight’s leave on full pay.

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  Couple win legal fight over wedding rights


A couple have won a legal battle to get recognition for their humanist marriage.

Belfast-based model Laura Lacole and her footballer fiancé Eunan O’Kane are due to tie the knot later this month.

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  Uncertainty hangs over care policy following shock election result


A controversial plan to change how people pay for adult social care could be ditched by the Conservative Party.

Proposals outlined in the party manifesto would have required the value of somebody’s home to be taken into consideration if they were receiving domiciliary care (this is already the case if someone goes into a nursing or residential home).

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  Small deposit buyers on the rise


For the fourth month running, first-time buyers made up an increased share of the mortgage market.

Small deposit buyers, a group including the majority of those looking to get on the property ladder, accounted for 21.5 per cent of the overall market in April.

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  York campaigners lose their tussle over English Heritage proposals


Campaigners who had opposed plans to create a visitor centre at one of York’s most famous landmarks have lost their legal battle.

Protesters had called for a judicial review into plans by English Heritage to create a facility at Clifford’s Tower – the Medieval monument on the south side of the River Foss.

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