Henceforth, all Christian Churches will no longer be legally required to hold ‘Sunday Services’
Could the gradual implementation of lie detector tests in the courts lead to the eventual end of the necessity for a defendant to be trial’d?
Members of Parliament were recently attacked by Lord Burnett of Maldon who claims that ‘Parliamentary Privilege’ is misused by MPs on a regular basis.
Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA’s) are being tackled by the UK government given their infamous status to act as a ‘gagging’ clause to employees nationwide.
There are numerous new laws and rules that shall come into effect this year – so what exactly are they?
The HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) has announced that its recently released ‘reform programme’ is predicted to be finished by 2023.
The MoJ has recently announced that divorcing couples will no longer be able to ‘blame’ each other for the breakdown of their marriage.
Is the Mayor of London’s ‘Ultra Low Emission Zone’ only the beginning to the rapid rise of the importance of environmentalism within the Political arena?
To what extent will Brexit also impact the world on a more global scale, for instance the environment?
The European Parliament has recently approved a new Copyright law that has the power to change the internet for all those susceptible to it.
A case may be put to a standstill if there is a ‘Conflict of Interest’ (COI), so what exactly is this?
Last year, the EU introduced a new Geo-Blocking regulation regarding online e-commerce – so how will Brexit effect its implementation?
How will ‘Global Citizenship’ be impacted in a post-Brexit world?
Clients undergoing a dispute may be advised to seek Arbitration as a form of ‘Alternative Dispute Resolution’ (ADR) – but is this a good alternative?
The State pension in the UK is now gender neutral – but is this a good thing?