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RIDDOR- The 5 W’s and the H to report an incident at work.

Posted: 07 December

WHO should report under RIDDOR? RIDDOR stands for the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013, which places a duty upon employers, the self-employed and people in control of work premises (the Responsible Person) to report certain...

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Health and safety basics to protect your business- who’s in charge?

Posted: 07 December

The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 set out what employers are required to do to manage health and safety within the legislation. Every business is required to appoint a competent person There is a specific...

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What the Bank of England’s increase base rate to 3% means for your mortgage

Posted: 07 December

The Bank of England has announced an interest rate rise of 0.75%, to 3% – a level not seen since 2008, as the UK battles with soaring inflation. I have a mortgage. What happens now? The vast majority of...

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Good Divorce Week 2022

Posted: 23 November

We are supporting Good Divorce Week, an annual campaign by Resolution to promote a child-focused and amicable approach to divorce and separation. Who are Resolution? Resolution are an organisation of family lawyers and other professionals committed to a proactive...

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Police Post Incident Procedures

Posted: 18 November

Police Post Incident Procedures in England and Wales are a regimented and often changing process which to truly understand requires years of practical experience. It is participated in contemporaneously by different organisations with wildly differing objectives often pulling against...

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How has Stamp Duty Land Tax changed?

Posted: 18 November

The Chancellor’s mini budget of 23 September has made a number of changes to the Stamp Duty Land Tax rules with effect from 23 September 2022. As the cost-of-living crisis tightens and mortgage interest rates are increasing, this news...

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Changes to pre-charge bail

Posted: 10 November

Changes to pre-charge bail and the process of being released under investigation (RUI) came into force on the 28th October 2022 following implementation of schedule 4 of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act 2022. What is pre-charge bail?...

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Financial Remedy Orders – do you need one?

Posted: 27 October

With divorce applications now being completed online, the quick and easy process has led some to forget about a crucial aspect of separation. What is a Financial Remedy Order? A Financial Remedy Order sets out how the finances within...

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Can I be prosecuted for failing to provide my password to the police?

Posted: 27 October

The police are entitled to seize and retain property for no set period of time during their investigation. They are also permitted to attempt to access the contents of a device they have seized which may include using a...

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EPC regulation changes for commercial property from 1 April 2023

Posted: 20 October

Landlords should prepare for the next round of EPC regulations coming into force on 1 April 2023 as part of the government’s push to achieve net zero emissions by 2050. 2018 saw the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) come...

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RIDDOR- The 5 W’s and the H to report an incident at work.

WHO should report under RIDDOR? RIDDOR stands for the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and...

- 07 December 2022

Health and safety basics to protect your business- who’s in charge?

The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 set out what employers...

- 07 December 2022

What the Bank of England’s increase base rate to 3% means for your mortgage

The Bank of England has announced an interest rate rise of 0.75%, to 3%...

- 07 December 2022