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European countries plan a loosening of their lockdowns

As of the 27th April it has been reported that the French Government is unveiling plans to lift their current lockdown restrictions. Whilst there is reported objections from parents who oppose the reopening of schools and opposition for rail unions the French President is looking to essentially begin reopening the...

St Helens Coronavirus advice

This is clearly a difficult time for all in the UK as the global pandemic has taken hold and lockdown has ensued. As such we have taken the time to review the guidance provided by both the NHS, and the Government, and provided the summary, below. The NHS state that...

Royal Mail Sued After Dog Bite

A postwoman is suing Royal Mail for £50,000 after losing part of her finger during her delivery round.  Clare Offord, 41 was covering a colleague’s round in Romford, east London, when she lost part of her finger after being bitten by a dog. She claims she was not warned about...

Bishops face scorn from Parliament

Campaigners backed by the clergy have claimed that the Church of England has become a laughing stock over a decree by bishops that states people in civil partnerships should not engage in sexual intercourse. After years of campaigning, protests, various legal battles and even public condemnation from Members of Parliament,...

Millionaire sues for £100k for lack of internet at home

There are usually other considerations when buying a property in the North West of England. Considerations such as whether the drains are connected to the Utility Company or whether there are planning issues that might affect the property in the future. By contrast a gentleman in London is suing the...