More than 100,000 VAT-registered businesses that only trade with the EU have yet to register for an Economic Operator and Registration Identification (EORI) number, a new report has revealed.
According to an investigation by the Sunday Telegraph, thousands of victims of violent and sexual crimes are being denied justice after a surge in the number of offences closed by police without being solved within 24 hours.
The four Children’s Commissioners of the United Kingdom have written to the Brexit Secretary calling for immediate assurances on some of the issues facing children arising from Brexit. In the letter addressed to MP Stephen Barclay, the Commissioners outline the
A police force which rejected a “well prepared” potential recruit because he is a white, heterosexual male has been found guilty of discrimination. Matthew Furlong, 25, whose father is a detective inspector in Cheshire Police, applied to join the force
The Home Secretary Sajid Javid has announced that the Government will be giving Police new powers to stop and search anyone suspected of carrying a corrosive substance in public.
A smart home energy supplier has raised over £600,000 through the equity crowdfunding platform, Seedrs.
The Law Society of England and Wales has this month warned couples that there is legally no such thing as “common law” marriage.
The former CEO of a medical staffing agency who was accused of fraud and dismissed after raising concerns over financial discrepancies has been awarded £60,000 by an employment tribunal.
The lack of awareness around inheritance tax (IHT) in the UK has increased in the last year, with half (50 per cent) of liable over 45-year-olds admitting to being unaware their main property could be subject to IHT.
New legislation to increase the power police and prosecutors have regarding obtaining speedy access to electronic data held overseas have become law this week.