Brexit and the workers

The Government has cancelled its review of workers’ rights – what does this mean...

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By Pia Sanchez On 14 January 2021, barely 2 weeks after the UK and the EU signed the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) that covers...
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Merricks v Mastercard: after nearly four years of highs and lows, the Supreme Court...

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By Gurpreet Chhokar Special thank you to Simon de Broise, Senior Associate at Collyer Bristow, for his contribution to this article. In a hotly anticipated ruling,...
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Britain’s Top Firms Failing Black Leaders

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Green Park's Annual Business Leaders Index Records no Black Chairs, CEOs or CFOs at FTSE 100 Companies for first time in six years. Despite years...
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The Financial Growth of the Gambling Industry in the UK

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Year on year, the gambling industry in the UK is becoming more and more successful. Gambling industry is seeing £2.6 billion towards the UK...
Debt Collectors in UK and US

What can debt collectors do in the UK vs the US?

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If you're being contacted by debt collectors, the first thing to know is, you're not alone and there are lots of ways to deal...

Should you Invest in the UK Property Sector?

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There was a point in 2020 when many informed voices were speaking despairingly about the state of the UK housing market. The market went...
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Company Voluntary Arrangements in the UK – Dodo or Phoenix?

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By Edward Starling Company voluntary arrangements (CVAs) in the UK are a little like half-mast trousers. When they first came out, they were very popular...

What does a “No-Deal Brexit” mean for the Legal Services Sector?

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By Zulon Begum and Harriet Riddick On 16 October, after many months of negotiations and a deadlock over key issues, Boris Johnson urged the UK...

High Cost Credit Options – UK Review

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The high-cost credit market helps people with low credit scores when they need the capital, allowing them to obtain the services or goods they...

How Brexit Will Affect the UK Immigration

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Top Ways on How Brexit Will Affect the UK Immigration What is Brexit? Brexit stems from two words, Britain and Exit. On 31 January 2020,...

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