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The voluntary code of recruitment of trainee solicitors (the "Code") has been updated to reflect modern practices.
Two year anniversary of introduction of employment tribunal fees shows scheme has undermined access to justice
Employment tribunal cases have fallen by over 60 per cent in the two years since substantial charges were introduced for people wishing to bring a
In response to the United Nations report, “World Population Prospects: The 2015 Revision”, Janet Morrison, Chief Executive of Independent Age, the
Cost of combined home insurance continues to fall compared to last year with an average cost of just £5.54 a week
The cost of home insurance continues to fall compared to a year ago, with an average combined building and contents policy costing 79 pence a day -
Following the government’s announcement that pension relief is to be reduced from April next year, ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Acc
David Cameron today announced plans to clamp down on the "abhorrent" trafficking of Vietnamese children to the UK.
Carolyn Pallister, Public Health Manager at Slimming World responds to the review by Professor Dame Carol Black.
Unison has backed Jeremy Corbyn to be the next leader of the Labour party.
Home Select Committee chair Keith Vaz told BBC News he had seen 148 migrants in Kent who had successfully made it across the border at Calais.
Diane Abbott has launched an attack on the “Progress candidates” in the Labour party, accusing Dame Tessa Jowell of not being “progressive at all”.
Conservative MP Tim Loughton told the BBC's World at One the French were "culpable" to a much larger degree than the British for the migrant crisis
Some migrants have successfully reached the UK through the Channel Tunnel, the Home Secretary has confirmed.
Theresa May told Sky News that some migrants had made it across the border at Calais and into the UK, as she outlined the Government’s response to
Yvette Cooper and Andy Burnham have urged Labour members to think about the future of the party, after Jeremy Corbyn became the bookmakers’ favouri
Speaking to BBC News, Shadow Health Secretary Andy Burnham said today’s warning from the Royal College of GPs that their workload was putting at ri
Responding to Prime Minister David Cameron’s announcement in Singapore that the UK Government will step up its efforts to tackle corruption and pro
The Court of Appeal has upheld a ruling declaring that the Government's system to fast-track the removal of failed asylum seekers is "unlawful”.
New Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron has named his defeated rival Norman Lamb as health spokesperson in a diverse shadow cabinet team.
Nigel Farage told the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire show it is only a matter of time until a British tourist or lorry driver is killed amid the chaotic
The Health Select Committee chair has said cutting sickness benefits for drug addicts if they did not accept treatment would be “coercion” and “eth