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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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Barristers Strike 2022 – How will this affect you?

Posted: 17 September

What is the strike? In April 2022, members of the Criminal Bar Association (who are barristers who undertake legally aided criminal defence work) decided to adopt the policy of ‘no returns’ when accepting cases from criminal law firms. This...

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The most significant change in the divorce law since 1973

Posted: 06 July

April 6th 2022 saw the long-awaited introduction of a ‘no-fault’ divorce, dispensing with the use of the five known facts, establishing irretrievable breakdown, and removing the ability to make allegations about your spouse’s conduct. For the first time it...

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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