May 25, 2017 mfg solicitors
The Prime Minister was this week accused of amending her proposals to transform the way that people pay for adult social care. Theresa May had made the reforms the flagship policy at the launch of the Conservative manifesto last week. Under the plans, those in need of care at home would have...
May 24, 2017 mfg solicitors
A high net-worth individual (HNWI) who ran an £18m nightlife security empire with his ex-wife has accused her of ‘misappropriating’ funds from their business in a bitter post-divorce dispute. Mr Terry Neil, 50, has accused former wife Soraya Henderson of misappropriating as much as £1.2m from their shared company, Manage Security...
May 23, 2017 mfg solicitors
Matthew Taylor, head of the Government-commissioned inquiry into working practices, has called for workers on zero-hours contracts to be given the right to request a move onto fixed contracts. Mr Taylor, also the head of the Royal Society of Arts, said some workers might be being exploited by businesses. He is due...
May 23, 2017 Miles Dearden
The Conservative Party’s 2017 manifesto contains pledges to support the UK’s existing climate change commitments – despite proposing a controversial ‘fracking revolution’ which would see increased support for Britain’s shale gas industry. According to reports, the 88-page document launched last week insists that, if re-elected, the Party would “lead international action...
May 22, 2017 mfg solicitors
A head teacher was unfairly dismissed after a school fired him in connection of an assault against a child, an employment tribunal has ruled. The judge said he had “concerns” about the school’s internal investigation into its former head teacher, David Dee. Mr Dee was charged with common assault against a child,...
- PM forces to “clarify” care plans following backlash
- Millionaire security boss returns to High Court to reignite money dispute with ex-wife
- Zero-hours workers should be given “right to request” fixed contracts, says review
- Conservative manifesto pledges ‘fracking revolution’
- Head teacher involved in assault of a child was unfairly dismissed, says tribunal