MPs Back Immigration Bill & End of EU Free Movement

MPs have voted in favour of new legislation that will bring EU free movement to an end. Passing the Immigration and Social Security Co-ordination (EU Withdrawal) Bill is a critical phase...

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...

Trial By Jury Could Be Abolished In Some Cases As Courts Address Backlog

Jury trials could be temporarily abolished within a matter of weeks under new legislation, according to suggestions...

Rebekah Vardy Brings Defamation Claim Against Coleen Rooney

Rebekah Vardy has issued legal proceedings against Coleen Rooney for libel. The dispute centres on what has become...

Licensing Law Changes Expected To Boost Crisis Recovery

Pubs, restaurants and cafes are expected to be allowed to provide food and drink outdoors in a...

Lockdown Legal Challenge Set For High Court

A crowdfunded legal challenge to the government's lockdown policy will be heard at the High Court on...

Law for Business

Read our latest articles covering law and legal issues for businesses.

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (How to Claim)

Businesses claiming wages costs under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will need to start preparing for the scheme's closure on 31 October 2020. The...

How To Prepare For An Employment Tribunal Preliminary Hearing

The importance of preparing for an employment tribunal preliminary hearing is not to be underestimated. While not designed to bring a workplace dispute...

Unlawful Deduction of Wages (Employers’ Guide!)

Part II of the Employment Rights Act 1996 sets out various statutory provisions that protect workers from unauthorised or unlawful deductions from their...

Law for People

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What Is Slander? (Essential Defamation Guide)

What is slander? Slander is one of two types of defamation. For a statement to be defamatory, it must be false and have caused or...

Personal Injury: How To Claim Compensation

If you have been injured in an accident, whether at work, in your car, or in a public place, and it was caused...

What Is A Pre Action Protocol In Civil Litigation?

The rules governing pre-action conduct can be found in the pre-action protocols and the Practice Direction on pre-action conduct and protocols (PDPAC). What are Pre Action...

Employment law for business focus

Read our latest articles covering employment law for businesses.

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (How to Claim)

Businesses claiming wages costs under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will need to start preparing for the scheme's closure on 31 October 2020. The...

How To Prepare For An Employment Tribunal Preliminary Hearing

The importance of preparing for an employment tribunal preliminary hearing is not to be underestimated. While not designed to bring a workplace dispute...

Unlawful Deduction of Wages (Employers’ Guide!)

Part II of the Employment Rights Act 1996 sets out various statutory provisions that protect workers from unauthorised or unlawful deductions from their...

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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What Is Slander? (Essential Defamation Guide)

What is slander? Slander is one of two types of defamation. For a statement to be defamatory, it must...

Licensing Law Changes Expected To Boost Crisis Recovery

Pubs, restaurants and cafes are expected to be allowed to provide food and drink outdoors in a...

Rebekah Vardy Brings Defamation Claim Against Coleen Rooney

Rebekah Vardy has issued legal proceedings against Coleen Rooney for libel. The dispute centres on what has become known as the 'Wagatha Christie' scandal, the two women's highly public social media...

Licensing Law Changes Expected To Boost Crisis Recovery

Pubs, restaurants and cafes are expected to be allowed to provide food and drink outdoors in a...

Personal Injury: How To Claim Compensation

If you have been injured in an accident, whether at work, in your car, or in a...

Lockdown Legal Challenge Set For High Court

A crowdfunded legal challenge to the government's lockdown policy will be heard at the High Court on...

Supreme Court Rules Against Visa & Mastercard Over Swipe Fees

Two of the world's largest credit card companies have suffered another defeat in a long-running legal dispute...

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