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Devastating Inheritance Tax takings highlight importance of consulting wealth experts

10 May 2016

New figures released by The Office for National Statistics (ONS) reveal that Inheritance Tax (IHT) profits are climbing towards a …

Police force was a sexist boys’ club, claims former head of legal services

4 May 2016

The former head of legal services for Northumbria Police has accused the force of “overt sexism” and says she was …

Workplace discrimination against expectant mothers on the rise, say Citizens Advice

3 May 2016

The Citizens Advice Bureau is warning that workplace discrimination against pregnant women is in on the rise across the UK.

Need for translation services in UK courts rapidly on the rise, says study

26 April 2016

Recent research has revealed that the total number of completed requests for language interpreters and translation services in UK Court …

Inheritance tax laws under fire as critics urge ‘formal review’

19 April 2016

Inheritance tax laws have come under mass criticism following the recent news that Prime Minister David Cameron received a £200,000 …

UK jobs gap for disabled people “simply unacceptable”, says new DWP secretary

13 April 2016

The new UK work and pensions secretary has pledged to eradicate the employment gap between disabled people and other workers.

HMRC and Treasury respond to legal challenge to Osborne’s buy to let tax changes

29 March 2016

HMRC and the Treasury have recently responded to a legal challenge brought forward by two UK landlords opposing George Osborne’s …

Proposals to overhaul divorce laws to be debated by MPs

22 March 2016

Proposals to introduce a No Fault Divorce Bill will return to Parliament in a few months’ time it was confirmed …

Firm loses high-profile design rights battle

10 March 2016

A British company which designed a successful range of ride-on suitcases for children has lost its design rights battle at …

Landlords urged to prepare for longer tenancies

8 March 2016

The Association of Independent Inventory Clerks (AIIC) is urging landlords and property owners to prepare for longer tenancies.