With the Christmas holidays fast approaching, it is important to be aware of your rights in relation to taking your children abroad. Continue reading →
In 2016 the Employment Tribunal decided that Uber drivers were entitled to workers’ rights, such as holiday pay, paid rest breaks and the minimum wage.
Uber appealed to the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT), arguing its drivers were self-employed and under no obligation to use its booking app. Continue reading →
The government today has published a new document which sets the rights of EU Citizens post Brexit. It appears to be aimed at smoothing the path to open talks on trade with the EU Brexit negotiating team rather than reassuring EU citizens in the UK. Continue reading →
Mr Aleksic was born in Montenegro but had lived in the UK since shortly after the Second World War and died a British citizen. He worked very hard throughout his lifetime and acquired an estate of over £2 million. Unfortunately however Mr Aleksic’s English was by no means perfect and his home-made Will included many misspelt words, faulty grammar and misplaced punctuation which needed to be interpreted by the High Court. Continue reading →