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Damages for ‘sexting’ have been awarded for the first time. The victim was a 16 year old schoolgirl, who was encouraged by a teacher to send naked photographs to him.
Yesterday’s Autumn Statement set out the government’s spending plans for the next four years.
Chancellor George Osborne has stated his intention to raise the small claims limit for personal injury claims from £1,000 to £5,000.
The Chancellor has used his autumn statement to announce plans that will drastically reform low value injury claims.
The Consumer Rights Act 2015 (CRA) has consolidated the majority of consumer law and now is the ideal time for businesses to review their consumer facing terms and conditions of sale.
A report released today by the Children’s Commissioner, Anne Longfield highlights the challenges facing those working on the front line to help prevent child abuse.
Syndicates within Lloyd’s market have reduced the amount of cyber risks they are underwriting. With instances of cyber-crime occurring on an almost daily basis and the huge costs of investigating…
Chief of Oftsed, Sir Michael Wilshaw, believes chairs and vice-chairs of governors of schools in challenging areas should be paid and all governors should receive compulsory training.
The recent High Court decision of A Local Authority v D & Others confirmed that a local authority cannot consent to the Deprivation of Liberty of a looked-after child and will need to get court approval.
Pressure is building on the Conservative government to stick by its manifesto promise to “make school funding fairer”.
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