MOTs Extended Due to Coronavirus

MOT expiry dates are being pushed back for some cars, motorcycles, light vans, lorries, buses and trailers in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. MOTs for cars, vans and motorcycles MOTs due on...

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...

Family Court Issues Coronavirus Child Arrangements Advice

The Family Court has provided guidance for parents concerned about complying with child arrangement orders (CAOs) during...

Coronavirus: Government Help For Employers

The UK Government has set out a range of schemes to help employers deal with the coronavirus...

Wide-Ranging Employment Law Changes From 6th April 2020

The following changes in UK employment law will be taking effect on 6th April 2020. These are...

IR35 Off-Payroll Tax Rules: Changes Affecting Private Sector

This article was published before the Government announced it would postpone the reforms from 6 April 2020...

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Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (How to Claim)

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Bereavement Leave (How Much Time Off Work?)

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Coronavirus: Making Workforce Changes

Employers are having to make difficult workforce decisions in response to the coronavirus outbreak. While the Government introduces emergency schemes to avert widescale layoffs...

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Consumer Rights: Faulty Goods under Warranty

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ID1 Form Land Registry (How to Complete it!)

The ID1 form is used to provide evidence of identity to the Land Registry for a private individual in respect of certain property-related...

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Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (How to Claim)

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Bereavement Leave (How Much Time Off Work?)

As an employer it is important that you provide both a compassionate and legally compliant approach to employee absence from work following the...

Coronavirus: Making Workforce Changes

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Consumer Rights: Faulty Goods under Warranty

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Bereavement Leave (How Much Time Off Work?)

As an employer it is important that you provide both a compassionate and legally compliant approach to...

What is Insolvency?

When financial hardship hits your business, and you are forced to consider closing down, working out what...

Coronavirus: Government Help For Employers

The UK Government has set out a range of schemes to help employers deal with the coronavirus crisis. This includes a package of measures to support businesses including: Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme The...

What is Insolvency?

When financial hardship hits your business, and you are forced to consider closing down, working out what...

MOTs Extended Due to Coronavirus

MOT expiry dates are being pushed back for some cars, motorcycles, light vans, lorries, buses and trailers...

Coronavirus: Making Workforce Changes

Employers are having to make difficult workforce decisions in response to the coronavirus outbreak. While the Government introduces...

Family Court Issues Coronavirus Child Arrangements Advice

The Family Court has provided guidance for parents concerned about complying with child arrangement orders (CAOs) during...

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