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  June 2, 2021
Employers must avoid subjecting workers (as well as employees) to a detriment if they take steps to protect themselves from work risks, based on a reasonable belief their health and safety is at risk, under new employment laws in force from 31 May 2021.
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 Joanne Coen
  June 1, 2021
Childhood trauma can have long term physical, psychological and behavioural consequences. A child will likely experience trauma if they have been subject to physical, emotional or sexual abuse, domestic abuse in the household or substance misuse.
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 Natalie Marrison
  May 28, 2021
A petition to conduct a full-body scan prior to giving cancer patients the ‘all clear’ has reached 150,000 signatures.
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 Helen Thewlis
  May 26, 2021
Pets are commonplace in UK households and often likened to human members of the family.
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 Natalie Marrison
  May 25, 2021
Today is International Missing Children’s day. A day to highlight missing children, those who have been found and those who have not yet been returned to their families.
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 Lindsey Frith
  May 24, 2021
During the Queen's Speech the UK government once again confirmed its commitment to bringing reform to Leasehold ownership of long-term residential property.
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  May 21, 2021
Throughout this week, we are supporting Action for Brain Injury Week 2021. This year’s focus is ‘a life of lockdown’ and the social isolation faced by brain injury survivors both pre and post-lockdown.
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 Rachel Sharp
  May 21, 2021
Throughout this week, we are supporting Action for Brain Injury Week 2021. This year’s focus is ‘a life of lockdown’ and the social isolation faced by brain injury survivors both pre and post-lockdown.
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