Cybersecurity issues threaten more than half of merger and acquisition (M&A) deals, a new study has revealed.
A new piece of legislation has been introduced on Britain’s motorways which will see drivers receive automatic fines and points on their licence for ignoring closed lanes.
Reports suggest that TV chef Paul Hollywood has agreed to pay his former partner an estimated £5 million as part of their divorce settlement.
Experts are urging savers to consider putting their air miles in their Wills or risk them being voided upon their death.
The Government will fine businesses who persistently fail to pay suppliers on time, it has been announced.
The new Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill received its first reading in the House of Commons on Thursday 13th June.
Nearly one in four new fathers did not qualify for statutory paid paternity leave in 2018.
Mander Hadley was delighted to recently sponsor a prestigious award which recognises businesses in Kenilworth. Mander Hadley Director, Elizabeth Jennings, was proud to present the Kenilworth Worthies Business of the Year Award for 2019 to Kenilworth Books. The store, which
As part of reforms to build more, better, faster and make the housing market work, temporary rules introduced by the Government in 2013 that allow homeowners in England to build larger extensions without seeking planning permission, are being made permanent.
According to a report conducted by the Low Pay Commission (LPC), a record number of UK workers are still being paid below the minimum wage. The report has revealed that around 440,000 people were illegally paid under the hourly minimum