Month: October 2016

‘fake landlord’ frauds on the increase

Not only do those renting private accommodation have to be wary of the sharp practices of real landlords who they actually rent property from, it seems that incidents of fraud where people pose as landlords but have no […]

  Uncategorised 26 October 2016  
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Legal challenge being heard to prevent trigger of Article 50 by government

An application was made to the High Court yesterday, which challenges the Government’s decision to trigger Article 50 using the royal prerogative. The challengers are claiming that approval should be sought from Parliament before Article 50 can be triggered. What […]

  Uncategorised 14 October 2016  

High Court rules in favour of Health Secretary in contract dispute with Junior Doctors

As the dispute and threat of strikes continue in relation to the controversial new contract being implemented for junior doctors, the High Court  ruled last week that Jeremy Hunt acted within his powers in formulating the terms of […]

  Uncategorised 5 October 2016