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5 tips from children’s books that all managers should live by

USA - August 7 2017 While there are plenty of life lessons among the pages of Dickens, Bronte, Hardy and Britain’s literary finest, this week we are celebrating the 120th

What to do when you suffer gastric illness on an all-inclusive holiday

Global - August 3 2017 There may be a doctor on site at the hotel but if not the hotel staff will be able to direct you to an appropriate clinic. Take a

Wills in contemplation of marriage

United Kingdom - August 8 2017 Wedding season is well and truly underway. Stags and hens up and down the country are finalising table plans, heading to last minute fittings and

Dreaming of an Early Retirement -When you quit the rat race, will you really have the time of your life?

United Kingdom - August 1 2017 We all know that we need to save money for our retirement, but knowing it and doing something about it are very different things! Younger generations

Contaminated blood scandal inquiry to be held for “The worst peacetime disaster in our country’s history”

United Kingdom - August 8 2017 Last month the Prime Minister confirmed a UK-wide inquiry is to be held into the contaminated blood scandal, a disaster which she described as “an

The benefits of appointing a professional executor

United Kingdom - August 18 2017 An executor is the person or organisation you chose to administer your estate and carry out the wishes in your will. When writing your will deciding

Court of appeal re-examines the level of damages a claimant should be awarded

United Kingdom - August 17 2017 The Court of Appeal has reconsidered the correct test to be used when assessing the level of damages due to a claimant after a firm of solicitors had

Eight NHS Continuing Healthcare myths busted

United Kingdom - August 17 2017 With the UK’s average life expectancy steadily increasing, more of us are likely to require full-time care at some point in our lives. Consequently

Trust Registration: The 5 Ws

European Union - August 16 2017 Changes in the European Union’s Anti-Money Laundering Regulations (AML) are affecting the registration process of trusts and increasing reporting

Abolition of the Right to Buy

United Kingdom - August 11 2017 Cardiff County Council’s application to suspend the right to buy for 5 years was approved by the Welsh Government on 28 July 2017. The Right to Buy