'Bringing forward an effective deterrent is vital to ensure safety on our motorways.' says RHA director of policy Jack Semple.
Figures published today by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) have shown that email hacks of conveyancing transactions are the most common cybercrime in the legal sector, with £7m of client losses reported in the last year.
Solicitors and law firms are generally serving asylum seekers well, the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has found, although there remains room for improvement.
The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has flagged that six solicitors have been sanctioned in the last two months for involvement in dubious investment schemes as it publishes a detailed Risk Outlook update for solicitors about the risks of such schemes.
CEO of Turn2us, Simon Hopkins, calls upon the Government and energy sector to get the economically vulnerable better access to practical help with their fuel bills.
Former Justice Committee Chair Lord Beith writes ahead of his Lords question on 'Promoting public understanding of the rule of law and the independence of the judiciary'.
Dr Sue Prince & Dr Kubo Mačák who teach constitutional law at the University of Exeter, set the context for the Supreme Court case this week which they describe as 'the most important constitutional case of our generation'.
Shadow Education Minister Emma Lewell-Buck writes for PoliticsHome ahead of her debate on food insecurity calling for the Government to act.
'Big six' energy companies meet in Parliament today to discuss findings
A group of 31 MPs from across the political spectrum have called on the Government to protect consumers from unsafe carbon monoxide alarms, which fail to comply with the industry wide safety standard BS EN 50291.
In response to the Investigatory Powers Act receiving the Royal Assent, Chairman of the Bar, Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC said:
Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott writes for PoliticsHome warning against the "plethora of draconian legislation" the Government is pushing through on immigration.
Bar Council response to tribunal fee reversal
Unite the Union has commented on Philip Hammond’s first Autumn Statement.
The UK’s leading digital inclusion charity is set to change its name this week, swiping left on ‘Tinder Foundation’, to become Good Things Foundation.
The PSHE Association warmly welcomes the British Youth Council Youth Select Committee's report on ‘racism and religious discrimination’, launched yesterday. The report’s recommendations include making PSHE education a statutory subject on the school curriculum.
The Police Federation responds to the Policing Vision 2025, launched today by the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC) and the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC).
Mental health charity Mind calls for the Government to end the use of cells as ‘places of safety’ for adults suffering from mental health crisis.
ETI has launched this report on housing retrofits at a joint event with the Energy Systems Catapult in London.
Pro bono training launched for advocates dealing with vulnerable witnesses
David is former Chief Executive of the Clean Energy Council in Australia and co-founder of leading fuel poverty charity National Energy Action, and will bring extensive international board-level experience in successfully delivering sustainable and clean energy initiatives both in the public and private sector.
Responding to today’s analysis by the TUC of the impact of court fee increases on employment tribunals, Chairman of the Bar, Chantal-Aimée Doerries QC, said:
SNP MP Ronnie Cowan writes for PoliticsHome explaining why his views on the war on drugs have changed.