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18 May

As we know, the Employment Bill pledged in 2019 was not announced in the recent Queen's Speech. Does this mean many proposals may not be carried forward at all, and,... Read More

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16 May

On 18 March 2022 P&O Ferries (P&O) dismissed almost 800 workers via a pre-recorded video message with no prior consultation or warning either with trade unions or the workers themselves.... Read More

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13 May

Does a 'good divorce', or even a 'perfect divorce', exist? Read More

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12 May

Closing or narrowing the 'authority gap' could help you and your organisation succeed. Studies have shown that it would certainly help women and men be happier and healthier, which can... Read More

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9 May

Although the rate of COVID-19 infections is falling across the UK, that is not the case for long COVID. According to the most recent ONS statistics, an estimated 1.8 million... Read More

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9 May

Why should you consider pensions on divorce, and what happens if you ignore them? Beware of these common pitfalls. We look at how to protect your pension in a divorce. Read More

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6 May

On 29 April 2022, the High Court handed down its judgment in the case of Sarah Butler-Sloss & Others v Charity Commission & HM Attorney General clarifying the law on... Read More

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6 May

It is important to take time to make plans for what you would like to happen when you die. There are a number of things to consider when it comes... Read More

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5 May

A lasting power of attorney (LPA) puts plans in place should you become incapable of managing your affairs or lose mental capacity during your lifetime. An LPA automatically ends on... Read More

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4 May

Determining whether to provide a reference or not, and knowing what to include can be difficult. Read More

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3 May

After someone has died, it will be necessary for their estate to be administered. If the deceased has made a Will, it should state who they want to deal with... Read More

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28 April

Paula Shea looks at advance care planning, the various options and how to prepare for life-threatening or life-sustaining situations. Read More