“Phoenix” director receives second ban for running defunct company

A director has received a second disqualification after he was caught running a business when he had already been banned.

Tenants dispute £422 million owed to the NHS Property Service

£422 million is owed to the National Health Service’s (NHS) property company in unpaid bills due to disputes with tenants.

NSPCC calls for Government to recognise children as victims of domestic violence

The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) has called on the Government to recognise the harm that domestic abuse has on children and give them the victim status that would ensure they receive the services they need.

Thousands of grieving spouses are unnecessarily paying tax on inherited ISAs

As many as 150,000 married people that die each year are ISA holders, the Tax Incentivised Savings Association (TISA) have said.

Forest Green Rovers owner to sue Bolton Wanderers over alleged breach of contract

Financially troubled Bolton Wanderers are set to be sued by the owner of League 2 side Forest Green over an alleged breach of contract regarding the transfer of Christian Doidge.

“It’s never been easier to set up a business in the UK”, says minister

More than 200,000 start-up businesses have been launched using the Government’s online speedy registration service, new figures reveal.

Wagamama successful in bid to stop rival trademark

Restaurant chain Wagamama has been successful in stopping the registration of a rival trademark after the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) ruled against the application from Cable Logic Europe.

Former Pakistan batsman charged with bribery over spot-fixing

The National Crime Agency (NCA) has revealed that former Pakistan opening batsman Nasir Jamshed has been charged with two counts of bribery as part of an ongoing investigation into spot-fixing within the world of cricket.

Vans take legal action against Primark over trainer design

American footwear brand Vans has brought legal action against Primark for allegedly imitating the design of two of its classic trainers.

Government urged to force firms to report ethnicity pay gap

According to the findings of a recent study black, Asian and ethnic minority employees (BAME) are losing out on £3.2 billion pounds a year in wages compared to white colleagues doing the same work.