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Think tank calls for inheritance tax reform
May 2014

A leading think tank has warned that in the next few years inheritance tax (IHT) paid could reach its highest level in more than four decades. Continue reading...

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Concerns over ‘trainee’ advice for divorcing couples
May 2014

Would-be lawyers could be brought in to advise divorcing couples under government plans, according to reports. Continue reading...

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Older people ‘facing future without family care’
May 2014

The number of older people needing care will outstrip the number of family members able to provide it for the first time in just three years, according to forecasts. Continue reading...

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Could your lifestyle affect your mortgage application?
May 2014

by Clare Butcher (Basildon), Brooke Barnes (Thurrock) and Beryl Nicholsburg (SWF). Continue reading...

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Mayor calls for new powers on minimum wage
April 2014

The Mayor of Newham has called on the government to give more powers to local authorities to act against employers not paying the national minimum wage (NMW), after research revealed that almost one in five working residents were earning less. Continue reading...

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Secret recordings ‘can be heard’
April 2014

Secret recordings made by an employee during grievance and disciplinary hearings were admissible as tribunal evidence, the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) has ruled. Continue reading...

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Secret recordings ‘can be heard’
April 2014

Secret recordings made by an employee during grievance and disciplinary hearings were admissible as tribunal evidence, the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) has ruled. Continue reading...

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Packaging company fined after worker’s leg injury
April 2014

An Essex manufacturing company has been sentenced for safety failings after a forklift truck reversed into a delivery driver’s lower leg, fracturing his ankle. Continue reading...

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Packaging company fined after worker’s leg injury
April 2014

An Essex manufacturing company has been sentenced for safety failings after a forklift truck reversed into a delivery driver’s lower leg, fracturing his ankle. Continue reading...

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Post-natal depression dismissal ‘not discriminatory’
April 2014

The dismissal of a woman on sick leave with post-natal depression was not discriminatory, the Employment Appeals Tribunal (EAT) has ruled. Continue reading...