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Legal challenge over fees to register children as British citizens

10 July 2018

Two high profile organisations are bringing a legal challenge against the level of fees charged by the Home Office to …

Population growth slows as EU migration falls

4 July 2018

The population of the UK is growing at its slowest rate in 14 years. That is according to new figures …

Government unveils proposals to introduce longer tenancies

3 July 2018

In recent days, the Government has unveiled proposals to introduce a new minimum residential tenancy term of three years.

What happens if I find myself facing a shareholder dispute?

21 June 2018

Entrepreneurs rarely go into business together expecting to fall out at a later date, but unfortunately, shareholder disputes can – …

‘Big Four’ accountancy firm bans all-male job shortlists

13 June 2018

PwC, one of the world’s biggest accounting organisations, has announced a ban on all-male job shortlists.

Government announces building reforms in response to Grenfell tragedy

30 May 2018

The new Secretary of State for Housing, James Brokenshire, has committed to a raft of major building safety reforms. 

Roman Abramovich may be questioned about wealth in UK visa renewal

23 May 2018

The owner of Chelsea Football Club, Roman Abramovich, could be asked to explain where his wealth came from, in order …

The Tenant Fees Bill – what landlords need to know

16 May 2018

The Tenant Fees Bill has been introduced to Parliament this month aimed at removing the significant costs of renting a …

Unnecessary force used against asylum seekers

15 May 2018

Capita staff used ‘excessive’ force against low-risk asylum seekers during a removal flight. That’s the damning verdict of a new …

Decision upheld by EAT in Addison Lee worker status case

15 May 2018

An Addison Lee cycle courier who has been in and out of court challenging his employment status has won the …