15/10/2021
#BLAM2020 #BLAWXCOVID19 #BLAW #BREAKTHESILENCE During the official month of recognition, the week of 9-15 October aims to raise awareness about pregnancy and baby death in the UK.  It is an opportunity for collaboration between charities and organisations to work together for change and tangible improvements in policy, research, bereavement care…

15/10/2021
In a world that is increasingly opening up to,  and learning to understand those with mental health issues, its relevant to mark a global day of recognition  especially more so due to the ongoing impact of the pandemic in both personal and work life. What is #mentalhealth? Everyone has mental…

09/09/2021
CJRS ending As businesses furiously prepare for the end of the Government’s Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS / Furlough) at the end of September whilst managing the ongoing financial and practical implications of the ongoing pandemic, it is expected that there will be a surge in employment related claims. Claims…

19/08/2021
According to UK statistic up to Monday, 16 August 2021 47,369,418 people have received their first dose and 40,841,971 people have received their Second dose but questions are now being raised about the vaccination of children. As we are aware coronavirus can affect anyone. Some children and young people are…

12/08/2021
In a surprising turn of events in the Tokyo Olympics which closed last week, Simone Biles withdrew from the USA team and all round final. On your marks get set……stop If you had been keeping a close eye on the Olympics you will have heard that four time Olympic gold…

07/07/2021
Football fever firmly grips the nation today as England head to the first semi final in 25 years at Wembley, however many face missing the long awaited match due to being stuck at work. Even those who are not avid fans are tempted or distracted by the increasing social atmosphere…

29/06/2021
As you can imagine, the Probate Registry’s workload has increased significantly during the past 12 months. The Probate Registry (HMCTS) currently have capacity to issue a minimum of 6,000 Grants per week and they have advised that it is training two new groups of examiners and issuers which should improve…

10/06/2021
Presently the law states that if one wants a divorce now, one must, unless they have been separated for at least two years, show that their spouse is to blame for the breakdown of the marriage. This can be done by either proving that their spouse has committed adultery or…

17/05/2021
Hot off the press this week, on the heels of the changes to IR35 (off payroll working rules) legislation are reports that HMRC is seeking £3.6m in income tax and £1.3m in national insurance contributions from footballing legend turned pundit Gary Lineker (“Linekar”) for work he performed for the BBC…

14/05/2021
#BorisJohnson #BorisisBroke County Court Judgement Prime Minister Boris Johnson may find it difficult to successfully contest a County Court Judgment (“CCJ”) for £535 entered against him in October last year.  The Judgment was entered because he did not participate in proceedings issued against him, however, the details of the creditor…

14/05/2021
May has long been recognised as mental health awareness month, with Mental health awareness week starting every year on the second Monday in May. In a world that is increasingly opening up to, and learning to understand those with mental health issues, more so of late due to the global impact…

09/04/2021
ET Roadmap in Covid aftermath The Presidents of the Employment Tribunal’s have consulted and published a new roadmap for how Employment Tribunal proceedings will go ahead in 2021 and 2022. Pandemic pathway As a result of the global pandemic, whilst Employment Tribunal Hearings have traditionally always been heard by way…

01/04/2021
12 months and counting For over a year now, a large proportion of the UK has been working in line with COVID-19 restrictions. The first lockdown in the UK was enforced on the 23rd March 2020 where non-essential businesses and schools were forced to close in order to combat the…

29/03/2021
In a long awaited decision, thousands of Asda supermarket workers have won a major victory at the Supreme Court in their battle for equal pay. Employees can compare themselves with employees at distribution depots for the purpose of equal pay claims under the Equal Pay Act 1970 and Equality Act…

03/03/2021
Rishi Sunak has confirmed that the extended scheme will help millions through "the challenging months ahead", as the country plans life after lockdown. In additional welcome news, some 600,000 more self-employed people will also be eligible for government help as access to grants is widened for those who previously were…

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