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Date: 10 Feb 2016

£2 billion collected from tax avoiders under Accelerated Payments scheme

Collecting disputed tax upfront from users of avoidance schemes has been a "game changer" that has raked in more than £2 billion.

Date: 08 Feb 2016

‘Surprise jump’ in mortgage approvals

Mortgage approvals climbed to a four-month high in December, reveals the Bank of England.

Date: 05 Feb 2016

Son of Lord Lucan granted death certificate

The son of missing peer Lord Lucan has adopted his father's title after being granted a death certificate.

Date: 04 Feb 2016

Cohabiting couples ‘missing out on £82m’

Unmarried couples living under the same roof are missing out on millions of pounds worth of bereavement benefits.

Date: 02 Feb 2016

B P Collins supports Chamber on green investment programme with Japan

Supporting TVCC in developing connections with Japan, B P Collins sponsor a visit to the UK Green Technology Forum in Osaka.

Date: 01 Feb 2016

Heterosexual couple lose civil partnership case

A heterosexual couple have vowed to continue their legal battle for the right to enter into a civil partnership.

Date: 01 Feb 2016

Tenant immigration checks introduced

Landlords in England must now check the immigration status of new tenants, after rules came into force earlier today (February 1).

Date: 27 Jan 2016

Who is your “Epilepsy Hero”?

Search is on for five “Epilepsy Heroes” to attend this summer’s birthday celebrations in London for The Queen’s 90th birthday.

Date: 25 Jan 2016

Form error ‘may have hit 2,235 divorced couples’

More than 2,000 divorced couples may have received incorrect financial settlements through the courts due to a form error.

Date: 22 Jan 2016

Judges to review ‘nature of genius’ in divorce case

The nature of 'genius' is to be considered by judges following a dispute over the cash split in a divorce case.

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