Legal Sector

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    5th January 2018

    MPs have called for drastic action to tackle the UK’s mountain of unrecycled disposable coffee cups, demanding a new 25p tax on every one used. Members of an influential Commons committee said the Government had “sat on its hands” as the country has proceeded to throw away 2.5 billion disposable cups a year. Visit Page

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    4th January 2018

    One of Britain’s most notorious sex attackers, John Worboys, is to be released from prison after a decision by the Parole Board which ministers warned could “erode faith” in the justice system. Government sources said the decision to release him was “highly unusual” while victims of Worboys told of their dismay at not being informed of his impending freedom. Visit Page

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    2nd January 2018

    The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has dropped a criminal investigation into a firm of insolvency practitioners accused of a multimillion-pound fee fraud. The firm worked on high-profile administrations including those of several football clubs, and had been accused of cheating creditors of scores of businesses out of millions of pounds through overcharging. Visit Page

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    2nd January 2018

    Ministers are considering tackling “rip off ” rail fares after Tory MPs warned that price increases are heaping “financial misery” upon commuters and could cost the Conservatives at the next election. It is understood that Chris Grayling, the Transport Secretary, has asked officials to produce plans to peg future increases to a lower measure of inflation to ease the burden on rail passengers. […]

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