The Government are set to introduce workplace reforms that are likely to offer more protection to employees on zero hour contracts, agency workers or gig economy workers.
Three companies fined after fatal accident
Three companies have been fined by Hull crown court after a security guard suffered fatal injuries when he was struck by an articulated lorry.
In a landmark legal action, a tribunal is set to decide on whether veganism should be considered as a philosophical belief similar to a religion.
An ever-increasing number of British families are finding themselves liable to pay Inheritance Tax (IHT), recent research reveals.
What happens if I want to buy or sell a house?
Whether you are a first-time buyer, second-stepper or a buy-to-let landlord, purchasing a home is a complex act and there is a lot that needs to be taken into consideration. The same goes when it comes to selling a property – and having a conveyancer you can trust is often the key to a smooth and successful transaction.
A former ‘inspirational’ head teacher, who fell from grace after admitting that he paid himself two salaries, has been banned from the profession.
Almost a quarter of schools have so far failed to provide information on the presence of asbestos, which has now led to a delay in the publication of a crucial national school asbestos survey.
The countdown to Christmas has already begun and we invite you to join us at one of our festive events.
A survey carried out by MMB Magazine has found that less than a fifth – just 18 per cent – of women feel happy and confident when returning from maternity leave.
Morrisons loses appeal over data breach liability
Supermarket chain, Morrisons has been found to be liable for a data breach that occurred in 2014 when an employee leaked data relating to almost 100,000 staff.