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As most hauliers are aware, the UK is experiencing a shortage of HGV drivers. The shortfall is expected to worsen and by 2020 reach 150,000 drivers. Given the uncertainty of the UK’s position on the free movement of EU labour…Read more
In my blog ‘Will CIOs dominate the Charity Sector?’ I reported on the proposed ‘quick conversion’ process for companies and CICs (non-charitable Community Interest Companies) to become Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIOs). Today, we are able to share the official timeframes…Read more
With reference to The Times’ article on 23rd November 2017, entitled ‘Judges have too much power in divorce cases’. The family team at Tozers are fully in support of the recently launched campaign for the reform of family laws. Sadly…Read more
According to 2015 statistics published by ‘The Childhood Bereavement Network,’ we know that an estimated 23,600 parents died in the UK, leaving dependent children (23,200 in 2014). That’s one parent every 22 minutes. In the busy lives of parents juggling…Read more
Are the NHS right to overlook GBS Screening for all pregnant women and how effective are their current methods of managing Group B Strep?
Group B Strep specialist solicitor Stuart Bramley writes – “I was interested to read the results of two recent studies into GBS, particularly when those results are taken together. The medical publication BMJ Open describes the experience at one London…Read more
The news that an Australian man’s unsent text message has been accepted in Australia as a valid Will has caused a stir recently. Under the law of certain countries, the courts are given a wide discretion to depart from the…Read more