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Housing landlord faces jail if he doesn’t pay £1.5m fine

The government has estimated there are more than 10,000 rogue landlords operating nationwide.

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Is Your Dash Cam Legal?

Research indicates that drivers are installing a dash cam in their car to keep them safe on the road.

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The Impact Of Personal Injury Reforms On Vulnerable Road Users

The inclusion of VRU's in reforms could make it difficult to claim compensation following a collision.

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Asbestos Cancer A Killer In Schools

At least 319 teachers have died from mesothelioma since 1980, and 205 of these deaths have occurred since 2001.

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Did You See The Giants?

As the Giants walked along Castle Street on Saturday we had the perfect view.

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We completed the Liverpool Legal Walk

Well done to our team for taking part and raising money for the Liverpool Legal Walk.

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Macmillan Coffee Morning

Thank you to everyone that came along, bought a coffee & cake or simply made a donation.

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‘Safe Tyre’ law

Figures indicate that tyres are the single largest contributing factor when casualties arise from vehicle accidents and in 2015 there were over 38,000 tyre related call outs on our motorways and roads

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Cosmetic Surgery Blunders

It is alarming to hear that cosmetic procedures can be performed by non-medics without qualifications or training. With some purchasing the products used online. Research indicates that 83% of cosmetic procedures were performed by non-medics.

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Abuse and discrimination in the workplace.

There has been a great deal of media attention around victims of abuse and discrimination in the workplace. For this blog I have drawn comparisons on the victims of Harvey Weinstein’s sexual abuse and the gender discrimination case of Bina Hale. The common theme is that women have been complicit or have turned a blind eye to this treatment of other women within a workplace. 

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