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Mayor calls on the government to take urgent action to tackle the courts backlog

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has today called on the Government to take urgent steps to support victims of rape and sexual offences as the crisis in the justice… The post Mayor calls on the government to take urgent action to tackle the courts backlog appeared first on London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com.

Bernie Ecclestone charged with fraud for failing to declare to HMRC ‘assets held overseas believed to be worth in excess of £400m’

The former Fomula 1 chief Bernie Ecclestone has is set to be charged with fraud after HMRC has accused him of hidding “assets held overseas believed to be worth in… The post Bernie Ecclestone charged with fraud for failing to declare to HMRC ‘assets held overseas believed to be worth in excess of £400m’ appeared…

Home Office urges police to use new powers to stop fuel duty protestors which includes ‘imprisonment and unlimited fines’

The Home Secretary Priti Patel has urged the police across the UK to use their new powers to stop the fuel protestors using rolling roadblocks bringing the motorways to a… The post Home Office urges police to use new powers to stop fuel duty protestors which includes ‘imprisonment and unlimited fines’ appeared first on London…

European court tries to stop the execution of captured Brits but Russia say they ‘no longer comply with ECHR’ and it is up to...

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has tried to stop the executions of two captured British fighters in a last ditch attempt. Aiden Aslin, 28, and Shaun Pinner, 48,… The post European court tries to stop the execution of captured Brits but Russia say they ‘no longer comply with ECHR’ and it is up…

No ‘Russian criminals will avoid punishment’ and the war will end with a ‘war crimes tribunals’ which saw the Nazis hanged in 1946

The President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky has said that Russia’s war against Ukraine will end with a fair war crimes tribunal. Eli Rosenbaum is an American investigator who “exposed many… The post No ‘Russian criminals will avoid punishment’ and the war will end with a ‘war crimes tribunals’ which saw the Nazis hanged in 1946…

London law firm launches insolvency litigation service

Adding to its range of insolvency services, Shakespeare Martineau, which has an office hub in London, has launched a new insolvency litigation service, ‘InSolvLit’. Offering support from initial investigations stage… The post London law firm launches insolvency litigation service appeared first on London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com.

Now barristers will strike for one month over legal aid funding which will cripple all court cases from next week

Barristers have now joined the UK’s strike action over legal aid funding which will cripple court cases next week. The Criminal Bar Association (CBA) said their members are to walk… The post Now barristers will strike for one month over legal aid funding which will cripple all court cases from next week appeared first on…

Government’s plans to use agency workers to quell strikes breaches ‘international labour standards’

Responding to reports that the Government plans to repeal a legal ban on agency staff filling in for workers on strike, the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) has warned… The post Government’s plans to use agency workers to quell strikes breaches ‘international labour standards’ appeared first on London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com.

Two figures within No.10 failed to return police questionnaires to police which would anger the public if it turns out Boris ‘evaded justice’

The Metropolitan Police said that out of 204 questionnaires sent out over the partygate scandal to Downing Street, two were not returned. The Sunday Mirror saw a letter to Lib… The post Two figures within No.10 failed to return police questionnaires to police which would anger the public if it turns out Boris ‘evaded justice’…

The Pensions Regulator warns ‘Jail terms alone won’t keep savers safe from scammers’

The Pensions Regulator (TPR) has published on Wednesday a blog from our Executive Director of Frontline Regulation, Nicola Parish, calling for a united effort in stopping scams. The blog highlights… The post The Pensions Regulator warns ‘Jail terms alone won’t keep savers safe from scammers’ appeared first on London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com.

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