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What happens if I lose my mental capacity?

In life, we never really know what challenges might be around the corner, which is why it is important to plan ahead for all eventualities.

Middlesbrough Threaten Legal Action Against Championship Rival

Championship side Middlesbrough F.C has shocked their league rivals Derby County by announcing their intention to take legal action against the club.

HMRC withdraw appeal in £1.8 million pension court case, opening the door for UK savers to take action

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has dropped a court case centred on an individual exceeding their lifetime allowance, potentially opening themselves up to legal challenges from savers.

So how can Blockchain help the integrity of sport?

Blockchain technology is a peer-to-peer network concept. The internet allows users to connect to a centralised point within the network. For example, a specific website will be hosted on a physical computer, which is connected to the internet. The location of that website, hosted on the computer, will have a specific address. In order for…
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Tribunal rules that employee was unfairly dismissed for announcing pregnancy three weeks after starting new job

A pregnant office worker was unfairly dismissed after she announced that she was pregnant three weeks after starting a new job, an employment tribunal has ruled.

Home extensions to be allowed in England without full planning permission after permanent rule change

Homeowners in England will be allowed to complete extensions to their property without planning permission after the temporary rules, which have been in place since 2013, were made permanent.

Record high number of men being forced into marriage

According to the Forced Marriage Unit, the overall number of forced marriage cases rose has by 47 per cent in 2018 compared to the year before.

Supreme Court to review a long-running Inheritance Tax case against HMRC

The Supreme Court is set to review a long-running Inheritance Tax (IHT) case against HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).

Court of Appeal: Employers can enhance maternity pay but not shared parental pay

 Employers can enhance maternity pay, but only offer statutory shared parental pay for partners, the Court of Appeal rules.

Fewer than half of people understand Inheritance Tax rules – HMRC

Fewer than half of people that are giving assets or large sums of money through inheritance understand Inheritance Tax (IHT) rules, according to research by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).