The Government must “do more” to ensure that social security and child maintenance systems support broken homes, a major new report has said.
An employment tribunal has ruled that a former Capita employee was unfairly dismissed after they were made redundant following a restructuring that meant they were unable to continue working in a part-time role.
The Government has abandoned its plans to increase probate fees following a campaign by experts and associations to scrap the fee hike.
The Government has automatically enrolled almost 100,000 businesses into its Transitional Simplified Procedures (TSP) scheme ahead of the UK’s 31 October withdrawal from the European Union.
The UK Government has announced plans requiring employers to pass on all tips to staff in full, which will benefit more than one million people.
Major domestic abuse and divorce reforms will be reintroduced after they were abandoned following the prorogation of Parliament.
Sajid Javid has suggested that he is considering Inheritance Tax (IHT) reform, admitting at the recent Conservative Party Conference that it is ‘on his mind’.
A recent report published by the Association of Women Barristers (AWB) has made recommendations to tackle discrimination and harassment at the criminal bar.
A council has been criticised for failing to keep a baby with its biological mother, court documents have revealed.
Mortgage approvals increased by 3.2 per cent in August, according to the latest data from UK Finance.
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