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The Help to Buy ISA closed to new applicants on 30 November. It offered a great way to help first time buyers take the first step onto the  property ladder with a 25% boost from the government on contributions. Unfortunately, these are no longer available to open. However, if you already have a Help to Buy...
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When people think about drink/drug driving, it is often based on a narrative that involves a man, leaving a pub late at night, driving erratically and being stopped by the police. This scenario is sometimes the backdrop to an arrest for drink or drug driving, but more often, the story is quite different. The morning after...
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A strange case at the Old Bailey drew to a close this week, resulting in a Metropolitan Police Officer, Robyn Williams, being sentenced to a community order with 200 hours of unpaid work, concerning the possession of an indecent video of a child. On the face of it, the sentence is not at all surprising, some...
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The current pre-charge bail laws which were changed to avoid individuals following arrest being subject to a number of re-bail appointments are to be considered further. The changes have in fact meant that thousands have been left languishing in legal limbo following a police station interview. The Law Society has requested that the Government considers this...
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One of an Executor’s important roles is to ensure estate property is protected during the administration process before it is distributed to the beneficiaries. If there is a property in the estate and there is a question over whether insurance is needed, in short the answer is yes it is, it is very important unoccupied property...
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