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Inheritance Tax is No longer Something That Only Affects the Very Wealthy

Inheritance Tax is no longer something that only affects the very wealthy, but the good news is that there are...

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A Question of Trust: A Review of the Charity Commission’s Inquiry Into the Cup Trust

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Author: Paul Ridout

2013 may seem like a long time ago in terms of media coverage of the charity sector, but that was when...

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3 Things You Need to Know About Restricted Reporting Orders

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Author: Marc Jones

What is a restricted reporting order? A restricted reporting order (RRO) is designed to protect the privacy and anonymity of...

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Shaftesbury Braced For Court Row With Tycoon Shareholder Sammy Tak Lee

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Author: Paul Kite

The largest stakeholder in property firm the Shaftesbury Group has escalated his campaign against the company’s board, as a dispute...

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Highest-ever UK Office Rent Agreed

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Author: Jeff Elphee

The record for the highest rent for office space in the UK has been broken by a deal for a...

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EU Fixes Minimum Rights For ‘Gig Economy’ Workers

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Author: Justin Govier

A new EU directive will see gig economy workers given more protections and workers’ rights in a bid to end...

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New Policy Requires Rape Victims to Give Phones to Police

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Author: Joanne Gibbons

Rape victims will be forced to hand over their phones to police if they want their reports of crime investigated,...

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Witnesses of violence are to be offered counselling

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Author: Joanne Gibbons

Witnesses to murders and serious violent crimes are set to be offered the same free, specialist support as the victims...

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