A couple’s divorce proceedings have reached the UK’s highest court after two lower courts denied a wife’s divorce petition.
The recent relaxation of motorway regulations could cause confusion for learner drivers, according to Palmers’ motoring law expert.
In life, we never quite know what’s around the corner. According to the latest figures from the Alzheimer’s Society, there are currently some 850,000 people who have been diagnosed with dementia in the UK – a number which is estimated to hit one million by 2025.
One in four SMEs have admitted there is a gender pay gap within their company. That is according to research from Close Brothers Asset Finance.
A sawmill, where machinery caused a worker to lose the lower half of his leg, has been fined £400,000.
The Government has issued its guidance regarding dress codes in the workplace and ensuring they are not discriminatory, but the advice has come in for some criticism.
Building a solid circle of professional contacts is a valuable asset for any businessperson.
New Government guidelines could mean that employers will no longer be able to stipulate sexist dress codes, such as the compulsory wearing of make-up, nail polish and high heels.
Landlords are being urged to be vigilant to ensure they do not fall victim to the latest scams affecting the residential letting sector.
An Essex businessman, who attempted to create a fictitious employee to take the rap, after he clocked up five speeding tickets in just eight days, has received a driving ban.