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Thousands of workers to receive payslip for first time under new laws

More than 300,000 workers will be getting a payslip for the first time this month under new rules that come into effect this week.

Jaguar Land Rover’s intellectual property claim dismissed at Court of Appeal

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) have recently found themselves in court regarding the infringement of another one of their vehicles.

Government has not provided clarity over status of EU citizens post-Brexit, say landlords

A body representing landlords in the UK says that many will be unclear about whether they can let their properties to EU citizens post-Brexit, amid confusion about the arrangements that will be in place.

44 per cent of over 50’s review their Wills multiple times

A YouGov survey has revealed that 44 per cent of over-50s have changed their Will several times due to the complexities of modern family relationships.

Gender pay gap widens further in the public sector

The public sector has been unsuccessful in closing its gender pay gap this year. According to latest figures, women within the public sector are paid an average of 86p for every pound paid to men.

Rules for Energy efficiency comes into force for landlords in England and Wales

Brand new energy efficiency rules for landlords of rental properties in England and Wales are now set in place. The new rules went through in the middle of March, setting out new energy requirements to be in place from 01 April 2019.

MPs to debate increasing age of marriage in UK to 18

MPs are currently debating whether to increase the minimum age for marriage in the UK to 18 in a bid to help prevent forced marriages.