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Tag: law

People are set to be better protected from fake reviews and “subscription traps” under plans to tackle rip-offs. Proposals include making it “clearly illegal” to pay someone to write or host fake reviews. A competition watchdog will get new powers to fine firms up to 10% of their global turnover...
20.04.2022
THE launch of no-fault divorces for England and Wales comes after years of campaigning by family lawyers.  Under the old rules in England and Wales, anyone who wanted to split swiftly had to accuse their partner in a divorce petition of desertion, adultery or unreasonable behaviour. If not, they had...
07.04.2022
A loophole allowing drivers to escape punishment for handheld phone use if they are taking a photo or playing a game has closed in Great Britain. People can now be fined up to £1,000 and receive six points on their licence for scrolling through playlists or taking pictures on a...
25.03.2022
New laws to protect survivors of domestic abuse in England and Wales have been introduced in Parliament. The Domestic Abuse Bill would place a legal duty on councils to offer secure homes for those fleeing violence and their children and proposes creating a dedicated domestic abuse commissioner. Victims Minister Victoria...
16.07.2019
  EU’s copyright rules have passed its final hurdle and will now come into law in the UK. The rules include a section known as Article 13. It says that if users upload infringing content to a service, the tech firm involved must either make a “best effort” to get...
22.04.2019
PRIVATE landlords will no longer have the power to evict tenants at short notice without good reason under new plans. The government says it wants to protect renters from “unethical” landlords and give them more long-term security. Section 21 notices allow landlords to evict renters without a reason after their fixed-term...
18.04.2019
Divorce laws in England and Wales are to be overhauled so couples can split faster and, it is hoped, with less acrimony. Under current rules, one spouse has to allege adultery or unreasonable behaviour by the other for divorce proceedings to start straight away. In future, they will only have...
10.04.2019
SPEED limiting technology looks set to become mandatory for all vehicles sold in Europe from 2022, after new rules were provisionally agreed by the EU. The Department for Transport said the system would also apply in the UK, despite Brexit. Campaigners welcomed the move, saying it would save thousands of...
30.03.2019
FIREFIGHTERS are calling for a change in the law which would see sprinklers fitted in more new-build developments. The London Fire Brigade (LFB) wants all purpose-built residential blocks to have sprinklers installed, irrespective of height. Spot checks revealed only two out of 15, or 13% of new tower blocks in...
16.02.2019
  IN reference to a top European law officer has announced that the UK should be able to unilaterally cancel its withdrawal from the EU. The non-binding opinion was delivered by the European Court of Justice’s advocate general. A group of Scottish politicians has asked the court whether the UK...
11.12.2018
GRIEVING families have complained that bones were found in Tottenham Park Cemetery. They say that a change in the law is needed to force privately run cemeteries to follow stricter rules. Company running the cemetery disputes the claims. End of May 2018, a human jaw bone was found at Tottenham...
13.09.2018
OFCOM has fined Royal Mail a record £50m for breaching competition law. The fine is for its actions in 2014 when Whistl, which was then known as TNT, was trying to become its first competitor in wholesale mail delivery. The regulator’s investigation, which followed a complaint by Whistl, said Royal...
22.08.2018
21 year old Merve Nur Ucar has just successful completed her Law degree with a 1st from University of Central Lancashire. The 21 year old student living in Manchester, England traveled for hours every week to and from her home and university daily. Even with the struggle of daily commute...
05.07.2018
The Turkish parliament’s industry commission on June 13 announced that it omitted a contentious article that would have enabled the building of industrial facilities on olive groves in the country
14.06.2017