Job Support Scheme: What You Need To Know!

Job Support Scheme: What You Need To Know!

Posted on Thursday 24 September 2020

The Chancellor Rishi Sunak has today (24th September 2020) announced a new help package, Job Support Scheme, commencing 1st November 2020 to replace the furlough scheme which ends at the end of October 2020. By doing so, the Government is trying to fend off mass unemployment...


COVID-19: Employers’ Liability Claims

Posted on Friday 18 September 2020

*Please note that the following article refers only to regular employees who work for a traditional employer. People who are self-employed or "gig economy" workers are unlikely to be able to claim compensation under common civil employment laws, even if they contracted Covid-19 while working. ...

Mask Enforcement in the United Kingdom!

Mask Enforcement in the United Kingdom!

Posted on Friday 28 August 2020

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed the entire way the world functions. This pandemic has proven deadly and difficult to acclimate to. One reason why COVID-19 is unique may potentially be because the guidance’s and recommendations for how to combat it seem to change so...


Post Brexit: What will life be like in the UK?

Posted on Friday 17 July 2020

As of January 31, 2020, Britain officially stopped being a part of the European Union (EU) and Brexit had finally become a reality. Brexit, the 'affectionate' term used for Britain exiting the EU, has resulted in a plethora of complications, many of which are still...

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What is the Windrush Scandal?

Posted on Monday 13 July 2020

You have to go back over half a century to understand fully what the Windrush scandal is all about. To put it bluntly, the Windrush scandal is not one of the UK parliament’s finest hours when placed in the context of human rights, racism and immigration. Where...


Can you protest legally during a lockdown?

Posted on Tuesday 23 June 2020

Impact of COVID-19 on the World-Stage The year 2020 has seen more social, political, and biological turmoil in the span of its six-month life than most decades seen combined.  Catalysing early on in the year, the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has swept the globe, devastating not only...


COVID-19 – Impact on UK employers and employees

Posted on Wednesday 17 June 2020

The coronavirus pandemic is continuing to cause unprecedented problems within the workplace.   Currently, many employers are considering how to bring their employees back into employment safely as the lockdown eases. We all must remain educated on how to align our operational practices with the current...


Why Facebook is causing divorce?

Posted on Thursday 26 March 2020

When Facebook burst onto the scene in 2004, it was a way for Harvard University Students to keep in touch. It quickly evolved into something much bigger, and today for millions of people, it is a source for everything from news to family updates, competitions...


The Royal Split: The divorce row at Snowdon

Posted on Thursday 20 February 2020

Yet another royal divorce is upon the Snowdon's'! Recently, sources revealed that the "Earl and Countess of Snowdon have amicably agreed to end their marriage". David Armstrong-Jones and Serena Armstrong Strong Jones have finally decided to walk out of their marriage. David Armstrong-Jones is the...


What is the most common divorce date in the UK

Posted on Sunday 2 February 2020

Recent research conducted across the UK revealed that the last Monday in September happens to be the most common day when British couples considering ending their marriage.  Until now it was presumed that the first Monday after Christmas or New Year’s Day was the day...

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