Worrying research from PayPal and Xero has revealed that 37 per cent of small business owners have considered closing their company because of cash flow issues caused by late payments.
Hampshire County Council has been fined almost one and a half million pounds after a six-year-old girl suffered a life-changing injury whilst playing on an unsecured street bollard.
According to legal experts, a landmark Supreme Court ruling in favour of a Royal Mail employee will bring added protection for whistleblowers.
A High Court judge has rejected an appeal by the British Medical Association (BMA) over the denial of death-in-service benefits to the widower of a locum GP who died on her day off.
Well-meaning parents who have been helping children to cross a busy road near their school – after a council failed for two years to fill a vacancy for a crossing warden – have been warned they could be “legally liable” in the event of an accident.
Call for academy re-brokerage reforms
The former director of a chain of academy trusts has called on the Government to reform the academy re-brokerage process, so that both parties have sufficient time to decide if they are a good fit for each.
A report into teacher wellbeing has found that 57 per cent of educators have considered quitting the profession in the last two years due to health and wellbeing pressures.
More than one in 10 small business owners say they’ve decided not to take a corporate loan because it included a personal guarantee, a new report has revealed.
Companies are being reminded of the penalties they face if they flout discrimination laws, after an NHS trust was fined £200,000 for dismissing an 89-year old secretary because she could not use a computer.
Banksy takes on greetings card company in IP dispute
A greetings card company has defended its legal position after street artist Banksy accused it of selling fake merchandise.