In 2011 the Information Commissioner’s Office published its first Data Sharing Code; in the intervening period the type and amount of data collected... Read more »
The Bank of England has just raised its growth forecast following its Monetary Policy Report on Thursday. Their previous forecast of 5% now looks too... Read more »
Anyone watching the recent BBC 3 series ‘The Surrogates’ might be forgiven for thinking that surrogacy is a common way to form a family. In fact... Read more »
Well, here is a topic to tempt fate if there ever was one!
I was recently asked by Flat Living magazine to write about what makes ‘good customer... Read more »
It was really interesting to read here about the introduction of a ‘cooling off’ period for couples wishing to divorce, in China. According to a... Read more »
I am being asked more and more frequently what the legal position is with regard to vaccinating minor children, where their parents cannot agree.
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The business pages are full of CEOs redefining how the post-virus response will place their company in tune to the new zeitgeist.
Alistair Osborne in... Read more »
Earlier this month the news agency Reuters announced that Bill Gates, 65, who co-founded Microsoft, and his wife, co-founders of one of the world’s... Read more »
In bringing an end to unsafe cladding it has always been the expectation of the government that building owners and developers should step up to meet... Read more »
There was some really good advice recently in Money Week which reminded us that Wills aren’t set in stone, they can be changed with a Deed of... Read more »