Monthly Archives: toommorelJune 2012
“Adults can no longer inflict horrific injuries on children and get away with it by staying silent” Andrew Flanagan, NSPCC
Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke announced that the legal loophole, which allowed hundreds of child abusers to escape prosecution so far, will be closed on Monday with a new legislation in force. It is said that from [...]
The average price of a UK property fell down in June, says the Nationwide.
Nationwide said that the average price of a UK house fell 0.6% in June this year. According to the building society, the annual decline of 1.5% is the sharpest decline in almost three years. The foremost reasons for this decline are attributed [...]
New measures proposed against Internet piracy in order to enforce the UK`s Digital Economy Act. Users, suspected in downloading music, movies and e-books illegally will be warned by a letter and then given the chance to appeal against allegations in 20 days, however in order to do so they will be charged a £20.00 fee. [...]Read More ...
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said that Olympic offenders will face “swift justice” as they are set in court in 24 hours. By doing so prosecutors are trying to repeat the success of this measure during the riots in August 2011.
The CPS informs that courts in London would sit for longer and virtual live link [...]
Factors, which need to be considered when choosing a solicitor
The role of a solicitor can be underestimated by people who have never used their services. However, the ones who have already had a contact with a solicitor, know how important is to choose the right one. In fact, this is much more easily said than [...]
A new government apprentice scheme will allow young people train as lawyers, accountants, engineers and even airline pilots.
Over 4000 placements will be funded for the second round of the higher apprenticeship procedure. Vince Cable- business secretary said these placements will help certain sectors deal with the shortage of skilled professionals, as well as give the [...]
The plan for more secrecy in British courts can be applied and made to work, according to the terrorism law specialists
If judges really have the final word when court door close, the measured proposed in the Justice and Security Bill could be “tolerable”, says David Anderson, QC. He also mentioned that barring claimants from their [...]
According to the latest researches the gel used for faulty PIP breast implants poses no future health-risk to women, as it is neither toxic, nor carcinogenic. These conclusions came after detailed medical tests, ran by medical experts. However the possibility that they rupture remains twice as high as other breast implant brands.
Earlier this year the [...]
Official Olympic ticket resellers are claimed to be willing to sell ticket for the London Olympic games on the black market. For that reason, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) starts an investigation to prevent further Olympic Games ticket frauds.
After claims by the Sunday Times, involving more than 50 countries into selling tickets for top events [...]
Millions of people are using Internet in the UK daily. A detailed record of every IP activity in the UK would be stored for a year in order to allow the police and other authorised agencies access it for a variety of purposes, according to a new government plan.
These records will monitor people`s activity [...]