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Sportsaid’s Bucks Sporting Lunch Club awards its first para-dressage rider

23 October 2017

Sportsaid’s Bucks Sporting Lunch Club awards its first para-dressage rider

Ray Wilkins MBE presents Mari Durward-Akhurst with £1,000 on behalf of SportsAid.

Rise in divorces for heterosexual couples

19 October 2017

Rise in divorces for heterosexual couples

Number of heterosexual divorces in England and Wales at its highest since 2009.

Inflation peaks at highest level since 2012

18 October 2017

Inflation peaks at highest level since 2012

Inflation has surged to a five-year high.

Firms risk millions under looming data protection laws

17 October 2017

Firms risk millions under looming data protection laws

Businesses unprepared for new data protection rules that come into force in 2018, risking millions of pounds in fines.

Free childcare scheme might not compete with paid-for places

12 October 2017

Free childcare scheme might not compete with paid-for places

Access to 30 hours' free childcare needs to be properly funded if it is to compete with paid-for nursery and...

Record number of ‘Next Generation’ lawyers in Legal 500

11 October 2017

Record number of ‘Next Generation’ lawyers in Legal 500

Legal 500 recognises record number of ‘Next Generation’ lawyers at B P Collins.

EU law will still apply during transitional Brexit period

11 October 2017

EU law will still apply during transitional Brexit period

Rulings by European Court of Justice will remain during Brexit's transitional period.

Flagship court complex pitched as cyber-crime hub

09 October 2017

Flagship court complex pitched as cyber-crime hub

A ground-breaking cyber-crime and fraud court complex is being proposed for the City of London.

Judge says ‘living wills should be compulsory’

06 October 2017

Judge says ‘living wills should be compulsory’

Judge at the High Court says all individuals should leave a "living will" to assert their wishes over their future...

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