Number of academy trusts in debt on the increase
An increasing number of academy trusts are in debt, with Department for Education (DfE) figures revealing a total deficit to £65 million.
Businesses of all shapes and sizes need to ensure that they are acting in accordance with appropriate health and safety laws at all times.
Water Services firm sentenced after worker killed
Yorkshire Water Services Ltd has been sentenced after one of their employees suffered fatal burns when his clothing was ignited by sparks.
TUC leading calls for a four-day working week
The leader of Britain’s trade union movement has called for the power of technology to be used to give workers a four-day working week.
Official figures have revealed that a record £15.6 million of underpayment to workers has been uncovered in the past year, prompting huge fines against employers.
Research reveals ethnicity pay gap
NHS doctors and consultants from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds are paid almost five per cent less than their white counterparts, an eye-opening new study has revealed.
The Supreme Court has ruled that a woman who was denied bereavement payments following the death of her partner of 23 years, was unfairly treated.
A prominent road traffic solicitor has responded to the announcement by the Government that it will consider an offence of ‘death by dangerous cycling’ by saying that encouraging the police to enforce the existing rules of the road would be more effective in preventing deaths.
People who die without a Will could see their loved ones lose out financially, their children placed with people they would not wish them to be left with and potentially spark costly and damaging disputes amongst those left behind.