New food labelling guidance issued ahead of Natasha’s Law

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has issued detailed guidance for companies on new labelling laws coming into force in 2021. Under Natasha's Law, allergen labelling rules will become a legal requirement...

The New UK Points-Based Immigration System

A new UK points-based immigration system for work visas is to apply from 1 January 2021. In a policy paper published on 18...

Conveyancing & witness-free electronic signatures – guidance imminent

HM Land Registry is expected to shortly release draft guidance on the use of electronic signatures that...

Indoor & Outdoor Social Gatherings Above Six Banned in England from 14 September

Social gatherings of more than six people in England will become illegal from Monday 14 September. The new...

Compulsory Face Covering Rules Now in Force

The rules on wearing face coverings in England and Scotland have been extended from 8 August 2020. People...

Home Office to End Use of Controversial Algorithm

The Home Office has confirmed it will cease use of its controversial algorithm within UK visa application...

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Job Support Scheme (Employers’ Guide)

The Job Support Scheme (JJS) replaces the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, which is due to end on 31 October 2020. Under the new financial...

Manager Accused of Bullying at Work?

What should an employer do if a manager is being accused of bullying at work? What do we mean by bullying at work? Employees are...

Reasonable Adjustments for Mental Health

Employers have a legal duty of care towards their employees. This requires them to do all they reasonably can to support the health,...

Law for People

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Completing Form Set F (ILR for a Child)

SET F is the application form used for a person under the age of 18 or a dependant over the age of 18...

Codicil: Changing Your Will

Where your personal circumstances change, for instance, through marriage or having a child, you may decide to make a small change to your...

UK Driving Offences & Penalty Points

If convicted of a driving offence, you face penalties such as points on your licence, a fine, attending a driver awareness course or,...

Employment law for business focus

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Job Support Scheme (Employers’ Guide)

The Job Support Scheme (JJS) replaces the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, which is due to end on 31 October 2020. Under the new financial...

Manager Accused of Bullying at Work?

What should an employer do if a manager is being accused of bullying at work? What do we mean by bullying at work? Employees are...

Reasonable Adjustments for Mental Health

Employers have a legal duty of care towards their employees. This requires them to do all they reasonably can to support the health,...

Consumer

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Consumer Rights: Faulty Goods under Warranty

If an item you have purchased develops a fault, should you rely on your legal rights or make a claim under the warranty? What...

Flight Cancellation Refund (And How to Obtain One!)

If your flight is cancelled, you have the right to be rerouted or refunded under the Denied Boarding Regulation. The Denied Boarding Regulations apply...

Claiming Under the Sale of Goods Act (What You Should Do!)

Claiming under the Sale of Goods Act is the route a consumer should take if they have purchased an item that isn't of...

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Manager Accused of Bullying at Work?

What should an employer do if a manager is being accused of bullying at work? What do we...

What is the Frontier Worker Permit?

What is the frontier worker permit, who needs one and how do you apply? Frontier workers are those...

Indoor & Outdoor Social Gatherings Above Six Banned in England from 14 September

Social gatherings of more than six people in England will become illegal from Monday 14 September. The new rule applies to people of all ages and will ban larger groups meeting...

What is the Frontier Worker Permit?

What is the frontier worker permit, who needs one and how do you apply? Frontier workers are those...

Reasonable Adjustments for Mental Health

Employers have a legal duty of care towards their employees. This requires them to do all they...

Indoor & Outdoor Social Gatherings Above Six Banned in England from 14 September

Social gatherings of more than six people in England will become illegal from Monday 14 September. The new...

Managing Redundancy During Maternity Leave

Employers should approach any redundancy process with caution. This demands giving full consideration to the legal implications...

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