Creation of a Will

In this article we will explore why it is important to make a Will and the issue you may have to face or consider while making a Will on your own often referred as Home-made Wills. In practice we regularly witness the damaging impact of Home-made Wills on families.  Here, we have produced a simple

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Introduction to Driving Offences

In this article we aim to explore motoring offences.  Motoring offences are strict liability offences. The intention of the motorist is not considered as a relevant consideration. Reading Time: 5 Minutes What is include? What are Driving Offences Drink Driving Procuring Compliance with the Law in Regards to Drink Driving Driving Licence Endorsements Causing Death

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The Bill to Make Dog Meat Illegal

A new bill introduced in the UK parliament could see the sale and distribution of dog meat finally banned across the country. The USA, Germany, Austria, South Australia, Taiwan and Hong Kong have already banned dog meat consumption. However, it is not illegal in the UK. Conservative MP Bill Wiggin who introduced the bill said

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Financial Planning and Inheritance Tax

Introduction The Inheritance Tax Act 1984 imposes an inheritance tax (IHT) charge primarily on the transfer of property or the estate of the deceased person.  In this news article, we aim to provide a general understanding of Inheritance Tax. The law also helps an individual to reduce his IHT tax liability through financial planning which

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Discrimination in the workplace against tattoos and piercings

Applying dress codes fairly across a range of employees from a variety of backgrounds can be difficult, but if employers apply a fair and consistent approach, there should be limited issues. Before discrimination in the workplace against tattoos and piercings can be considered it is first worth noting what is discrimination? What is Discrimination?The Equality

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Good Character Requirement to Settle in the United Kingdom

Introduction For the permanent settlement in the UK and to obtain British nationality, applicants have to prove that they are of good character. However, many applicants ask their legal representatives and google to understand the true meaning of the good character. In this article we are will explore the requirements and policy of the Home

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The Animal Welfare Act Broken Down

The Animal Welfare Act 2006, an overhaul of pet abuse laws, came into force in England and Wales in 2007. The Act was the first review of pet law in 94 years. It aimed to update the Protection of Animals Act 1911, making the law reflect 21st-century practice and the developments in veterinary science. The

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Right to British Citizenship

Introduction A person can acquire British citizenship in many ways. In this article we will explore a person’s involuntary or direct claim to British citizenship without naturalisation. Read Time: 5 minutes ___________________________________________________________________________  What is on this page? Introduction British National People Born in the UK before 1983 People Born before 1983 but Outside the UK

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British citizenship by naturalisation

Introduction Naturalisation is a process which allows a foreign national adult who has a settled status, often known as Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK, to acquire British citizenship. In this news article, we will explore how a person can acquire British citizenship through naturalisation. Read Time: 5 minutes ___________________________________________________________________________  What is on this

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