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Singer claims copyright dispute over song is over

The prominent American singer Lana Del Rey accused of copyright infringement by British rock band Radiohead has recently hinted that the dispute is over.

Significant boost for UK commercial property lending

A new report has revealed that UK commercial property lending rose significantly in the second half (H2) of 2017.

£6 million worth of funding to help children with alcoholic parents

The Department of Health and Social Care has announced funding for its plans to increase support to children living with alcoholic parents.

Majority of retirees worried about care home fees

A new study carried out by equity release company Age Partnership suggests that more than half (57 per cent) of retired Britons are worried about the rising costs of elderly care and the fact that only limited funding is available to them.

The Split

The new BBC drama “The Split” about a family of female divorce solicitors started on Tuesday this week.  The new series seems to have divided viewers and the reaction has been very mixed.  The family team at Mackrell Turner Garrett are sadly in agreement with those who have questioned the accuracy of the portrayal of…
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Chief exec faces up to £1 million in fines over attempts to identify whistleblower

A chief executive at a prominent high street bank who took a number of steps to uncover a ‘whistleblowing’ employee is facing up to £1 million in fines.

Portfolio landlords eyeing-up commercial property

New research carried out by OneSavingsBank suggests that an increasing number of British buy-to-let investors are turning towards commercial property in a bid to diversify their portfolios.

Trackers should notify domestic abuse victims, say campaigners

Campaigners have suggested fitting convicted stalkers and domestic abusers with GPS trackers in order to protect victims from further harm.