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 Natalie Marrison
  October 11, 2021
Today it is International Day of the Girl child, a day to celebrate all girls’ right to education and highlighting the need to eliminate all forms of discrimination against girls.
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 Natalie Marrison
  October 8, 2021
Safeguarding experts have warned that a third of all children’s acute hospital beds in parts of England are being occupied by vulnerable children, who do not need acute medical care but have nowhere else to go.
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  October 6, 2021
The Legal 500's results for 2022 have been announced and we're extremely proud to have ranked in 9 practice areas (Employment, Corporate & Commercial, Commercial Litigation, Commercial Property, Family, Personal Tax, Trusts and Probate, Contentious Probate, Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury) up one more than last year.
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 Natalie Lang
  October 6, 2021
We are all aware of the damaging after effects that can be caused by contracting Covid-19. In the worst case scenario, a person may lose function of vital organs and in some cases, be left with brain damage and/or paralysis.
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 Veronica Mullins
  October 1, 2021
The United Nations designated the 1st of October as International Day of Older Persons. The purpose of which is to highlight the opportunities and challenges faced by our ageing population.
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 Natalie Marrison
  September 29, 2021
World Heart Day 2021 takes place this week on 29th September. This year’s focus is on using your knowledge, compassion and influence to make sure you and your loved ones live heart-healthy lives.
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 Helen Thewlis
  September 28, 2021
​In order to qualify for legal aid, survivors are required to provide evidence of domestic abuse taking place. This is to ensure that legal aid funding is targeted at those who are most in need. From 1st October 2021, health professionals will no longer be able to charge for providing this evidence in accordance with Section 80 of the Domestic Abuse Act.
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 Richard Dean
  September 27, 2021
The UK government has updated its guidance for UK organisations that receive and send personal data from and to the European Economic Area (the EU member states, plus Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) or which operate there, following the recent data protection adequacy decision by the EU.
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