Rates of crime and gang violence will rocket as Covid-19 lockdown measures lift, a major study has suggested.
A new codeword scheme will help protect families at risk of domestic abuse throughout the coronavirus lockdown and beyond, it has been announced.
A new corporate finance scheme could help small businesses to “bounce back” from Covid-19 disruption. It comes after the launch of Bounce Back Loans – a 100 per cent Government-backed capital scheme for “thousands of small firms and sole traders”.
The Government has announced further support for families affected by domestic abuse as the landmark Domestic Abuse Bill makes its way through Parliament. The Bill was debated at second reading on 28 April 2020 and has now been sent to a Public
The Government has issued new guidance for England that allowed house moves and viewings to begin again from 13 May 2020. Under the previous Government guidance, buyers and renters had been asked to delay moving home and estate agents had
Like many other sectors, the commercial property industry has been significantly affected by the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent Government lockdown and economic slump. The rules around commercial leases have also been changed temporarily, to help businesses that are struggling
The Future Fund has this week opened for applications, giving businesses affected by Covid-19 an essential lifeline.
“Sobriety tags” – ankle bracelets used to reduce alcohol-related criminal behaviour – will roll out across England and Wales after successful regional pilots, it has been revealed.
The Upper Tribunal reversed a decision over a breach of lease relating to the replacement of external entrance doors to two flats, stating the doors were not landlord’s fixtures.
The Government has confirmed that applications for grants of probate have fallen by 50 per cent since lockdown began, with remote working causing delays in the system.