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Driver with 29 points keeps licence
March 2014

A takeaway driver has been allowed to keep his licence, despite his clocking up 29 penalty points. Continue reading...

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Bankruptcy fees ‘pricing out debtors’
March 2014

People facing financial difficulty are being priced out of bankruptcy because the fees involved are too high, the insolvency industry trade body has warned. Continue reading...

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Bankruptcy fees ‘pricing out debtors’
March 2014

People facing financial difficulty are being priced out of bankruptcy because the fees involved are too high, the insolvency industry trade body has warned. Continue reading...

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New study turns spotlight on leaseholds
March 2014

The Office for Fair Trading (OFT) has launched a new investigation into residential property management services Continue reading...

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4 in 10 employees ‘had no contract’
March 2014

A charity has reported that almost half of all the employees who come to it for help have never received written details of their employment. Continue reading...

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4 in 10 employees ‘had no contract’
March 2014

A charity has reported that almost half of all the employees who come to it for help have never received written details of their employment. Continue reading...

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IHT bill tops £662m in South East
March 2014

More estates in the South East paid inheritance tax (IHT) than in any other region of England, according to new analysis of HM Revenue & Customs data. Continue reading...

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IHT bill tops £662m in South East
March 2014

More estates in the South East paid inheritance tax (IHT) than in any other region of England, according to new analysis of HM Revenue & Customs data. Continue reading...

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Advisers put their faith in trusts
March 2014

Many more people in the UK could benefit from setting up a trust, the findings of a new survey suggest. Continue reading...

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Law Commission recommends pre-nups legislation
March 2014

The Law Commission, which reviews areas of the law that have become too complicated, outdated or unfair and proposes reforms to the government, has recommended that pre-nuptial agreements, enabling couples to set out in advance how their assets are divided if their marriage or civil partnership breaks down, should be given legal force. Continue reading...