The Government has announced a new £2 million investment grant designed to help UK tech start-ups bring new ideas to market.
Almost half of people in England and Wales wrongly believe that ‘common law marriage’ will offer them legal protection in a separation, a study has revealed.
The Government has announced a new task force that will be chaired by the Home Secretary and the Chancellor in a bid to tackle economic crime.
According to the latest research by Tiger Sheds, neighbourly garden habits have topped the list of things most likely to lead to a dispute.
The tech giant Google has been hit with a record fine for breaching the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The French National Commission on Data Processing and Liberty (CNIL) announced the record €50 million (£44 million) penalty earlier this week.
2019 is here and we are now on the last stretch, with only four months to go until we tackle the Three Peaks Challenge. Back in August, when we first had this great idea, it seemed so far away but
The Business Disability Forum (BDF) is asking the government to give more power to the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) to enable them to better combat disability discrimination in and outside of the workplace.
Although the government has put plans in place to increase probate administering fees, it has been discovered that no assessments have actually been carried out by government officials on how high-value estates will be affected.
Upskirting is set to become a criminal offence in England and Wales, carrying a penalty of up to two years in prison following new legislation which passed its third reading in the House of Lords.
£422 million is owed to the National Health Service’s (NHS) property company in unpaid bills due to disputes with tenants.