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Following the ongoing implementation of the Health and Social Care Act 2012 and the disappearance of the PCTs, many of the changes necessitated by the Act will be relevant to each GP practice, besides ongoing changes in other areas such as employment law. Depending on when your agreement...

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NOV

A survey recently carried out by Relate suggests that one in four divorcees regrets their split. The question is would you want to be a "boomerang couple”? That is to say, a couple who divorced and then remarried. I suppose the level of bitterness and acrimony sometimes experienced...

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Isn't it about time that the law surrounding bereavement damages is changed? The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) certainly thinks so and it's very hard to disagree with them. Bereavement damages are a fixed amount of compensation payable by the person responsible for the...

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Black Tuesday

10 October 2013
By Chris Macwilliam
10
OCT

Tuesday, 1st October 2013. Remember that date as it was a black day so far as injured workers are concerned! That is the day that Section 69 of The Enterprise & Regulatory Reform Act came into force and it dramatically moves the goal posts so far as workplace accidents are concerned....

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We have all seen it! You're driving along and spot someone using a mobile phone whilst driving. Despite warnings people still do it without realising that their behaviour could kill! Until recently, it was people talking on their phone or texting which were the main problems. Now people...

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