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In May, the Government announced a £5 million scheme, known as "Can Parent”, and which would provide parents of children under the age of five years with £100 of vouchers to be spent on purchasing lessons from independent organisations, such as the National Child Care Trust. The vouchers...

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The recent dramatic falls in the value of Facebook following its initial launch has delighted the doom-mongering observers who predicted it might be more difficult than people think to make money out of the mine of personal information of 900 million subscribers. Apparently, if someone...

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CLARE’S LAW

17 April 2012
By Lee Marston
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APR

There has been a lot of recent coverage of  the so called 'Clare's Law that will force the police to answer questions raised by women and men about their partner's convictions for violence or sex crimes. However, this will not be extended to allow the police to disclose information to...

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A typical street of two up, two down cottages, in a typical town, down your way and mine, holds an interesting reflection of life, love and economics. House 1 - For sale by commercial vendor (we know what that means). It is being sold for £x, having been purchased three years earlier for...

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The first consideration must always be the seeking of advice from a specialist Family Law solicitor. Preferably, one accredited by Resolution (formerly known as the Solicitors Family Law Association). Where there are children involved, a lot of money but more importantly distress for the...

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