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What happens if I don’t have a Will when I die?

Having a valid Will in place is essential for anyone who wants their estate to be passed on in line with their wishes. If a person dies without a Will in England and Wales, their estate passes on in accordance with the intestacy rules – which could have unwanted or unfavourable consequences for the wider…
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Formula One could be forced to change its new logo amid trade mark dispute

Formula One’s (F1) recently redesigned logo might have to be dropped amid concerns that it bears a striking resemblance to a trade mark already registered by stationary giant 3M, it has emerged.

Schoolgirl ‘sexually harassed’ by supervisor wins Employment Tribunal challenge

A schoolgirl who challenged her supervisor at an Employment Tribunal on grounds of sexual harassment has been awarded almost £15,000 in damages.

Strong performance for UK commercial property in first half of 2018

A new study suggests that Britain’s commercial property market welcomed widespread investment during the first half (H1) of 2018.

Number of people seeking help with Inheritance Tax expected to rise

The number of UK families and individuals seeking out Inheritance Tax (IHT) advice will rise sharply over the next three years, a new study has predicted.

NASDAQ closed door meeting regarding cryptocurrency

On Friday 27 July 2018, NASDAQ held a secret meeting in Chicago with attendees from half a dozen cryptocurrency companies and traditional exchanges.

Data misuse “top threat” faced by SMEs, study finds

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) consider data loss, breaches or misuse to be the number one potential threat they face this year, a new study suggests.

Homebuyers likely to consider long-term fixed mortgages following interest rate increase

On Thursday 2 August 2018, the Bank of England (BoE) increased interest rates for only the second time in a decade.

IHT ‘not keeping up with property prices’

News that the Treasury’s Inheritance Tax (IHT) take has hit a record high in the past year has sparked concerns that IHT is not keeping up with the pace of UK house price growth.

Scottish vlogger caught up in copyright row with BBC

A controversial vlogger who claims his YouTube channel was shut down without warning has become caught up in a copyright dispute with the BBC.