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New legislation has come into force allowing judges to give life sentences to drivers who kill people through dangerous or careless driving.
A new law making non-fatal strangulation and suffocation a specific, stand-alone offence has come into force this month.
A pre-nuptial agreement is a contract entered into by a couple before they marry, explaining how the assets are divided if they break up.
A new ‘High Potential Individual’ visa scheme will allow graduates from the world’s top 50 non-UK universities to apply to come to the UK.
In this article, our motoring offence experts have compiled a list of ten of the lesser-known motoring offences.
According to new data from the Official for National Statistics, the number of sexual offences recorded by the police has reached a new high.
Emergency Protection Orders are court orders that issue the instant removal of a child from their home.
The legal age of marriage and civil partnerships in England and Wales is to increase from 16 to 18 years of age.
Couples will no longer need to rely on blame to get a divorce from 6th April 2022 when the new “No-Fault Divorce” comes into force.
Following the recent news about P&O Ferries, our employment experts have explained the situation from an employment law perspective.
Ministers have announced that outdoor weddings and civil partnerships will be legalised permanently in England and Wales.
It has been announced ‘Cyberflashing’ will become a new criminal offence in England and Wales, with a sentence of up to two years in prison.