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United Kingdom - May 18 2017 Gareth Wood’s recent journal piece on regulating companies such as Uber and Deliveroo made for some startling reading, not least because of the

The Lucky 13

United Kingdom - May 11 2017 Only 13 of people in the UK are getting through their day feeling balanced and happy. This eye-opening statistic is published as Mental Health

Is a prize aimed at BAME writers racist?

United Kingdom - May 2 2017 I was instructed just before Easter by two well-known and accomplished writers who were distraught to receive a letter from the Equality and Human

Solicitor for the family of a boy injured by a Disney drinking cup joins calls for the product to be recalled

United Kingdom - May 18 2017 This follows a BBC report on Wednesday that another child, seven-year-old Megan Donald, was left with a swollen and bruised tongue after it became

Union threatens legal action against TfL over Uber operating licence

United Kingdom - May 17 2017 The GMB union have threatened legal action against Transport for London (TfL) unless it imposes conditions on taxi company Uber before renewing the

Court of Appeal finds Theresa May acted unlawfully in denying refugees access to UK

United Kingdom - May 25 2017 In a unanimous decision the Court of Appeal has today (25 May 2017) found that Theresa May acted unlawfully by refusing to consider allowing entry to

Workers' rights - heading in the Right direction?

European Union, United Kingdom - May 22 2017 With the snap general election fast approaching on 8 June 2017 Theresa May has promised that she will oversee the “greatest expansion in workers’

Former Newcastle United coach charged with non-recent abuse

United Kingdom - May 19 2017 According to Northumbria police the alleged assaults date back over 40 years, to between 1973 and 1998. George Ormond, 61 will appear before Newcastle

Clinical trials lawyer supports International Clinical Trials Day

European Union, United Kingdom - May 19 2017 International Clinical Trials Day is held on or around 20 May every year to mark the anniversary of James Lind’s research into scurvy in 1747, which

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United Kingdom - May 18 2017 Gareth Wood’s recent journal piece on regulating companies such as Uber and Deliveroo made for some startling reading, not least because of the