The high street suffers despite falling unemployment – ensure redundancy policy is fair
We have just seen the lowest unemployment figures since May 1975, but despite this positive outlook, in many parts of the country the High Street is suffering. Already in 2018, according to the Press Association, 21,413 staff have been made redundant or had their role threatened – the bulk of these losses being at established high street chains.
Education law – Q & A
Solicitor, Erin Smart talks about special educational needs and, for any number of reasons, you might be struggling to access the best educational provision for your children. We know that these situations can be difficult and you will want to be reassured that you have options and that a good solution can be found.
Comment on the NAO’s report into rising medical negligence costs
The National Audit Office has today published its long-awaited report into why costs to the NHS associated with medical negligence cases continue to rise, despite several initiatives designed to lower them.
Court of protection
Exciting development in the fight against glaucoma
Glaucoma is an ophthalmic disease which can affect and damage the optic nerve (connecting the eye to the brain). It can lead to permanent loss of vision if left undetected and untreated, and is the main cause of permanent blindness in the UK.