An employment tribunal has ruled that the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) discriminated against an employee because of his disability after he was given a poor appraisal score because of his performance.
Almost 800 businesses have found alternative finance options through the Bank Referral Scheme (BRS) in the past 12 months, new figures have revealed.
More than one in three (33 per cent) members of the LGBTQ+ community wrongly believe that they would be entitled to a share of their cohabiting partner’s estate if they were to die, a report has revealed.
Children aged 12 and over could face curfews as the Home Office attempts to tackle knife crime in England and Wales.
Applications for power of attorney have doubled to 3,850,000 in the last three years, allowing more people to take control of loved one’s affairs in the event of ill health.
The Government will automatically enrol all VAT-registered businesses into a non-EU customs scheme after figures show worryingly low take-up.
The Christian Institute has opposed the Government’s proposed new Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill, describing it as a “marriage-wrecker’s charter”. The Bill, introduced to Parliament earlier this year, will make it easier for couples to divorce by removing the requirement
The charity Age UK has been ordered to pay £12,350 in an unfair dismissal case following a former employee being made redundant in April 2018.
Coventry and Warwickshire law firm, Mander Hadley Solicitors, has presented a cheque for more than £5,000 to the Air Ambulance Service after a trio from the firm completed the gruelling Three Peaks Challenge earlier this year. Solicitors, Andriy Buniak and
According to the latest official figures, the number of retail to residential conversions fell by 17 per cent in the last year in England, despite Government backing.