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‘Take steps to tackle dangers’, HSE urges
April 2014

Businesses and other organisations have been urged to make sure that when they have identified health and safety risks, they take the necessary steps to guard against them, after a charity was prosecuted over an incident in which a nine-year-old boy with autism lost a finger in a door. Continue reading...

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Property changes made easier
April 2014

New measures have come into force, making it easier for property developers and owners to convert certain types of building to new uses. Continue reading...

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Late payment causes 1 in 5 insolvencies, say experts
April 2014

Late payment by customers is a key factor in one in five corporate insolvencies, with construction the hardest hit sector, says the body representing insolvency practitioners. Continue reading...

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Theft sentencing in spotlight
April 2014

The body that issues sentencing guidelines to the courts in England and Wales has published its proposals for the treatment of theft offences. Continue reading...

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Wedding bells ring for same sex couples
April 2014

The first same sex weddings in England and Wales have taken place, with several couples tying the knot within minutes of the law changing. Continue reading...

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Service aims to get parties talking in workplace disputes
April 2014

A new service is now available to help workers resolve workplace disputes without going to an employment tribunal. Continue reading...

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Unsecured loan debts hit two-year high
April 2014

Outstanding balances from unsecured lending in the UK have reached their highest level in two years, according to new statistics. Continue reading...

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Archers’ will causes shockwaves
April 2014

A veteran character in BBC Radio 4’s long-running farming “soap” The Archers has dropped a bombshell on her family how she would pass on her own assets. Continue reading...

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Archers’ will causes shockwaves
April 2014

A veteran character in BBC Radio 4’s long-running farming “soap” The Archers has dropped a bombshell on her family how she would pass on her own assets. Continue reading...

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Woodchip ‘turns off potential buyers’
April 2014

Woodchip wallpaper and mirrored ceilings have been revealed as two of the top factors putting prospective purchasers off making an offer on a new property. Continue reading...