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Heavy drinking can lead to many problems. As such one man woke up last February to find a credit-card charge for £50,000 hanging over his head. He subsequently contacted the police who visited the venue and launched an investigation intoRead more
A British couple with Indian heritage were informed that they could not adopt a “white infant” because of their ethnic origins. Consequently they won nearly £120,000 in damages against adoption agency “Adopt Berkshire” after they registered with them in 2016.Read more
Couple Adrian and Lisa Powell are suing the sellers of a country home for failing to tell them of plans for a diner and motel just down the road. Having searched for six years Adrian and Lisa felt certain theyRead more
A row has broken out over the ranking of “top lawyers” in the UK as one individual refused to have his name listed claiming it under represented women in the profession. A leading authority on who are suggested to beRead more
Harvey Weinstein, once known as one of the most powerful men in Hollywood, pleaded not guilty to two revised charges of predatory sexual assault earlier this month as the judge postponed his trial until 2020. The charges Weinstein will faceRead more
A woman who had an affair has been ordered to tell her son who his biological father is, the High Court has ruled. The case was taken to the High Court in London after her husband sued her when heRead more
Ministry of Justice (MoJ) figures have revealed that the majority of offenders who were put on electronic tags breached their curfews last year. Approximately 16,000 offenders were put on an electronic tag last year which obliged them to stay atRead more
A young lady was hit by a cyclist after she walked into the road whilst looking down at her mobile phone. She has subsequently won damages from the cyclist who hit her. The judge presiding over the case stated thatRead more
Peers and MP’s have warned that laws aimed at tackling money laundering carry too many loopholes and are “unenforceable”. Government Ministers have drawn up a list of foreign individuals and overseas businesses who own property in the UK and areRead more
With a history stretching back 800 years Cambridge University could issue an apology for historic racism. The current Vice-Chancellor has instigated an enquiry into how the institution benefited from funds generated from the slave trade. Hence researchers have begun assessingRead more