Posted by Simon Bassett, Partner
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Britain’s workforce has changed a great deal over the course of the past ten years and one of the most striking statistics is the growing number of people continuing to hold a job long after state retirement age.
There are growing concerns about significant changes to minimum wage legislation and the impact that this could have on a number of key sectors.
A major new study will examine ways that the UK could improve its divorce process.
A recent study has highlighted that women are more likely than men to seek a divorce because of spending more time on doing household tasks.
Chris Boardman has offered advice on how best to ride in a group and how motorists can pass groups of cyclists safely. In this blog, I look into what the Highway Code says, what the rules on overtaking are and if it’s acceptable for cyclists to ride two abreast.
It is understood that the first divorce cases resulting from the much-publicised leak of data from a controversial dating website have now been set in motion.
This blog highlights the importance of prompt diagnosis of postpartum haemorrhage, looks at the risk factors of postpartum haemorrhage occurring and potential complications if the condition is misdiagnosed following childbirth.