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May 2017 Newswire  

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  Special Olympics bowling event comes to York with help of Hethertons


Competitors from across the region will be taking part in the Special Olympics’ Yorkshire & Humberside Regional Short Mat Carpet Bowls Competition sponsored by Hethertons Solicitors.

The event, due to be held on 20 May 2017 at New Earswick and District Indoor Bowls Club in Huntington, will see some of the UK’s best bowls players take to the green to find out who is the best.

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  Further surveys point to an increase in remortgaging activity


New research has shown that the number of buy-to-let landlords opting to remortgage their properties has increased.

Figures published earlier this month show that remortgaging activity has risen in spite of the fact that the number of property valuations has actually dropped below the average for spring.

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  Divorce settlement one of the biggest in British court


The High Court has ordered a Russian tycoon to pay his estranged wife more than £453million – one of the largest divorce settlements ever agreed by a UK court.

The 61-year-old businessman, who made his fortune in the oil and gas industry, has been instructed to hand over 41.5 per cent of his total marital assets.

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  Councils accused of over-zealous approach


Local authorities have been accused of wrongly clawing back cash from those in care homes who had made perfectly innocent gifts to family members.

An investigation by Money Mail found that many cash-poor councils, struggling to cover the costs of social care, were initiating investigations into money which was given to children and grandchildren years beforehand.

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  Party vows to ban unpaid internships


A future Labour government would outlaw unpaid internships, the party has confirmed.

The proposal, one of several which make up a wider plan to dramatically overhaul workers’ rights, was confirmed last month.

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