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Uber denied permission to take fight straight to Supreme Court

06 December 2017

Uber denied permission to take fight straight to Supreme Court

Request from Uber to take appeal over worker's rights to the highest court in England is denied.

New financial court to hear divorce cases of wealthy couples

06 December 2017

New financial court to hear divorce cases of wealthy couples

Plan to introduce new specialist court for extremely wealthy divorcing couples welcomed by legal sector.

Prime Minister pledges jobs for a million more disabled people

04 December 2017

Prime Minister pledges jobs for a million more disabled people

A million more disabled people will be in work over the next decade.

Landmark ruling on bereavement damages for unmarried couples

01 December 2017

Landmark ruling on bereavement damages for unmarried couples

Unmarried woman who lost her partner of 16 years wins landmark battle for greater legal recognition.

National Cohabitation Week highlights unprotected rights of unmarried couples

28 November 2017

National Cohabitation Week highlights unprotected rights of unmarried couples

National Cohabitation Week - 27 November to 1 December 2017

Government promises investment in towns along HS2 route

27 November 2017

Government promises investment in towns along HS2 route

Government announced pot of £30 million to be handed out between towns and villages along HS2 rail route.

Prime Minister urged to back law change to improve grandparents’ rights

23 November 2017

Prime Minister urged to back law change to improve grandparents’ rights

Theresa May is being called upon to support law changes that will improve grandparents' access rights.

The key points from today’s Autumn Budget

22 November 2017

The key points from today’s Autumn Budget

The Chancellor presented his first Autumn Budget to the House of Commons today.

Judges demand overhaul of ‘corrosive’ divorce laws

21 November 2017

Judges demand overhaul of ‘corrosive’ divorce laws

Senior judicial figures are the latest to speak out in support of a movement to reform "outdated" divorce laws.

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