The idea of working remotely has become more popular since the pandemic. People have had the opportunity to work from home away from the office which has been a welcome change to the “normal” traditional ways of working for some. As many countries around the world are introducing remote worker visas or digital nomad visas,
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?
What are the ways to determine if you are a resident of the UK strictly for Tax purposes?
The UK Budget 2018 announced that a ‘Digital Services Tax’ is to be introduced from April 2020 – but will this be practical?
‘Chancel Repair Liability’ is a legal obligation for property owners in some areas of the UK – so what exactly is it?
EEA Nationals and their family dependents are more likely to use their Free Movement Rights, following from a recent case decision.
David Cameron is proposing barring the majority of EU citizens living in the UK from voting in the upcoming referendum on EU membership in accordance with a statement issued from Downing Street. Cameron is also to rule out allowing 16 and 17 year olds from voting – despite them being allowed to vote in last
The Legal Ombudsman has warned that using cut-rate legal advisers sometimes leaves people unable to pursue complaints when things go wrong. The 2007 Legal Services Act came into force on 25th May 2011. The most significant consequence of the Legal Services Act has been allowing legal services to be delivered outside of the traditional law