Legal News

Licensing Act 2003 Committee Review

The government’s response to the Lord’s’ review of the...

Low risk gaming operators exempted from new AML rules

Money laundering is a centuries-old problem and one which...

Gambling operators to see new changes to fee structure in 2017

A new fee structure is coming into force for...

Fatal Injury Rate in the UK

The UK consistently has one of the lowest fatal...

Is it Illegal to Deny Prisoners Legal Aid?

Refusing prisoners legal aid in both England and Wales ...

New Law Introduced Under the Small Business Enterprise and Employment Act 2015

New law introduced in May under the Small Business,...

Citizens Advice Moves Towards Charging for Legal Advice

The Gateshead Citizens Advice Centre has recently created Job Law in response to demand for employment help.

Claimants Could Be Out of Pocket Following the New Riot Bill

The issues raised as a result of the UK...

Royal College of Surgeons Propose to Limit Non-Specialist Treatment

The Royal College of Surgeons spoke to the BBC...

Sunbed Burn: Shop Owners Could Face Claim for Damages

UK SUNBED owners could find themselves facing sunbed burn...

Medical Defense Union: Shocked by Costs Increase

At the rate medical negligence expenses are increasing, The...

Dying Without a Will

Dying without a will is common. In the UK,...

Common Causes of Workplace Accidents

The common causes of workplace accidents revealed by the...

Bear Scotland v Fulton: A Landmark Judgment

Until now employers have argued that compulsory, but not...

Do Tattoos Cause Hepatitis?

Do tattoos cause hepatitis? The risks of tourists acquiring...

NHS Staff Ratio Guidelines Fail to Set a Dangerlevel

New guidelines on NHS staffing levels have been criticised for failing to indicate a minimum nurse-to-patient ratio for high-quality care. The guidance, issued in July by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), is designed to flag-up dangerously low staff numbers in relation to patient need.

Migration Statistics Reveal Rise in Investor and Entrepreneur Visas

Figures released this week by the Office for National Statistics reveal an increase in the number of UK investor and entrepreneur visas granted during the first quarter of 2014.

Treatment and Compensation for PTSD

More and more ex-service veterans are putting forward PTSD claims....

PreNups to Become Fully Binding?

Couples are have been told by the Law Commission that...

Government to end right of appeal against refusal of family visit visas

As part of the coalition’s plans to cut family...