Race-related hate crime increased by over a third in the West Midlands in 2020, new figures have revealed.
Following royal approval of the Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Bill in June 2020, the new rules governing divorce are set to come into effect in Autumn this year.
The Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal by Mr Large (a surveyor) after the Technology and Construction Court (TCC) ruled in favour of the Respondents (Mr and Mrs Hart) in a claim for damages for negligence by the surveyor relating
Property market transactions reached the highest level in 15 years during December, with the stamp duty holiday deadline fast approaching.
Suspects charged with serious criminal offences could be made subject to stricter bail conditions under justice reforms announced this week.
An increasing number of people have responded to the coronavirus pandemic by writing a Will. But for a vast number of UK adults – and almost half of homeowners – who have yet to draft one, their estate will be
Any applications for the latest round of the Self Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) must be submitted by the deadline on 29 January 2021. This grant offers a taxable support payment equal to 80 per cent of the average of
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has confirmed that the final deadline for employers to request an exemption from the publication of furlough claims will be this coming Monday 25 January 2021. Shortly after it was announced in the autumn that
Employers will be trained to spot the early signs of domestic abuse and help staff find the right support, it has been announced.
More than 2,000 firms were fined for breaching anti-money laundering regulations in 2020, a major report has revealed.