The Police are set to open a new ‘hate lab’ facility that will utilise artificial intelligence (AI) to predict spikes in hate crime and racial tension on the streets of the UK following Brexit.
Facial recognition technology has been trialled in Central London in the build-up to Christmas as Police forces in the UK look for ways in which they can combat the soaring crime rate in the country.
A Coventry and Warwickshire-based law firm has bolstered its commercial property offering with the appointment of a new lawyer. Mander Hadley Solicitors has appointed Emma Wood as a Commercial Property Executive, based at the firm’s offices in Coventry city centre.
More than three quarters (78 per cent) of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are having to wait one month or more beyond agreed payment terms before they are paid, a new study reveals.
With the opportunities for any proper walks, plus our desire to go out in the late autumn weather, rapidly escaping out of the proverbial window, the last month has been a bit of a slog. As always, at this time
The Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) has found that the tax gap for inheritance tax is £600m a year despite a steady increase in receipts seen by HM Revenue & Customs.
A new analysis of Land Registry data claims to have revealed the ‘Top UK Property Hotspots’ for 2018 in terms of house price growth.
A sex discrimination challenge brought before an Employment Tribunal this week could have ‘significant ramifications’, it has been warned.
2017 saw the greatest levels of inward investment since records began, a new report has revealed.
A new study published this week suggests that a staggering 5.4 million UK adults are ‘completely perplexed’ by Wills and ‘would not know where to start’ if they wanted to write one.