The Supreme Court has ruled in favour of an appeal by Eon Climate & Renewables UK in a long running dispute which involves the failure of foundations on the Robin Rigg offshore windfarm.
The latest list of UK employers who have failed to pay their workers the national minimum wage, has been published, revealing that a record number of fines, totalling £1.9 million, has been handed down.
August has long been one of the most popular months in which to get married, even if the British weather can’t always be relied on to bring the sunshine come the big day!
‘Excessive’ LPA fees to be refunded
A government body has admitted it has been charging ‘excessive’ Lasting Power of Attorney fees for the past four years and has pledged to offer refunds to those affected.
The Supreme Court has granted an ex-wife’s appeal to keep her husband locked into a mortgage agreement for the sake of their children.
The Government has announced plans to outlaw spiralling leasehold fees on new build properties.
In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court has overturned the Government’s tariff of Employment Tribunal fees, which have been judged as “illegal” and preventing access to justice.
A senior director of the Bank of England has warned that household debt is spiralling and could pose a risk to the stability of the country’s economy.
Local emergency services have joined together to pour cold water on the idea that Christmas and New Year are the peak times for drink-related road traffic accidents.
The Government is being urged to undertake an in-depth review of residential property legislation, in a bid to both stamp out dodgy leasehold deals and help home-buyers speed up conveyancing.