A charity has been ordered to pay £12,350 in an unfair dismissal case after a former employee was made redundant in April 2018. Mr Ghaffar worked for Age UK as an information and advice worker in Kirklees and Calderdale and
A church warden, dubbed “cruel and calculating,” has been convicted of murdering a pensioner, in a failed bid to inherit his estate. Conman, Benjamin Field, 28, was convicted of killing retired teacher, Peter Farquhar, 69, then attempting to cover up
New figures from property website, Rightmove, have shown a marked rise in sales agreed as the UK heads towards the 31 October Brexit deadline. The month to 10 August saw 6.1 per cent more sales agreed than in the same
Applications for powers of attorney have doubled to 3,850,000 in the last three years, allowing more people to take control of a loved one’s affairs in the event of ill health. In excess of 800,000 applications were made in the
There is a widespread misconception that Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) – legal documents that allow nominated people to take certain decisions on your behalf if you lose your capacity – only need to be considered by older people. However,
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.
We have presented a cheque for more than £5,000 to the Air Ambulance Service after three of our number completed the gruelling Three Peaks Challenge earlier this year. Solicitors, Andriy Buniak and Matthew Riding, former Senior Accounts Assistant, Gemma Hoskin,
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