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Thursday, May 30, 2024

Opinion

Advert apology demanded

The London Assembly’s Tory group leader Neil Garratt told the Labour mayor that because “these advertisements were funded by the taxpayer, we believe you...

Ex-leader calls for combined authority ‘reboot’ and says councillors have been treated as ‘second class’

A former local authority leader has criticised the treatment of councillors at Ben Houchen’s Tees Valley Combined Authority (TVCA) as “second class”.Sue Jeffrey led...
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Sadiq Khan lashes out at Tories for selectively editing clip of him misspeaking during TV interview

Sadiq Khan has responded after the Conservative Party shared on social media a selectively edited clip of him misspeaking during a TV interview.The clip...

Prenups to Property: How a Yorkshire lawyer is easing divorce concerns in 2024

Yorkshire law firm LCF Law reveals that while ‘Divorce Day’ – nicknamed by lawyers as the first working Monday of the new year –...

COLUMN: The case for fostering or adopting children from Palestine and other war-torn countries

It’s difficult to believe or accept that more than 10,000 Palestinians have been murdered last month alone. Large numbers of children who survived the...

Opinion: ‘Moving in the right direction’, Guy Opperman MP  

Figures released today give us a good indication on the movement of the labour market. While unemployment remains low, inactivity remains an area we...

COLUMN: Failing To Beat The System

The High Court has rejected an attempt by a firm of solicitors to issue multiple claims on a single Claim Form.In the case of...

LEGAL COLUMN: Oral Agreements Can Be Binding

The case of Mansion Place Limited and Fox Industrial Services Limited illustrates that oral conversations can result in a binding agreement.Mansion Place Limited (“MPL”)...

COLUMN: No Plagiarism By Ed Sheeran

In 2017 Ed Sheeran released “Shape of You” which was a huge hit resulting in more than 3 billion streams on Spotify and 5.6...

Column: Ambiguous Question Trips Up Insurer

At some point in our lives, we have all taken out an insurance policy of some sort. So as is known in insurance contracts...

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