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Bank of England announces first interest rate rise in a decade

03 November 2017

Bank of England announces first interest rate rise in a decade

Base rate of interest has risen a quarter point to 0.5%, marking the first rise since July 2007.

Chambers UK 2018 announces new band one rankings for B P Collins

02 November 2017

Chambers UK 2018 announces new band one rankings for B P Collins

B P Collins practice groups and lawyers star again in the latest Chambers UK results.

TUC demands action on widespread sexual harassment

01 November 2017

TUC demands action on widespread sexual harassment

TUC has issued a plan of action to tackle the growing sexual harassment pandemic.

Letting fees ban to be reviewed by Parliament

01 November 2017

Letting fees ban to be reviewed by Parliament

A proposed ban on letting fees for tenants will give fines up to £5,000 for landlords who flout the rules.

Junior staff most susceptible to inappropriate treatment

31 October 2017

Junior staff most susceptible to inappropriate treatment

Experiencing "uncomfortable or inappropriate" behaviour at work has forced one in six people to lose their jobs.

Temporary phone issues

30 October 2017

Temporary phone issues

Please call the reception on 01753 889995 if you are unable to contact us directly.

Decline in overseas firms setting up in UK

30 October 2017

Decline in overseas firms setting up in UK

Number of international companies looking to establish UK branch has declined since vote to leave the EU.

Frivolous spending of pension pots resulting in retirees on benefits

27 October 2017

Frivolous spending of pension pots resulting in retirees on benefits

Evidence that some people are squandering their newly accessible retirement pots.

Workplace mental ill-health costing UK firms £42bn

26 October 2017

Workplace mental ill-health costing UK firms £42bn

Mental ill-health is costing employers up to £42 billion every year.

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