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Sexual allegations against Julian Assange dropped

Prosecutors in Sweden have now dropped their investigation into the alleged sexual offences carried out by Julian Assange. They suggest that the memories of those involved are "too hazy" to corroborate his accuser’s account after...

HCB Solicitors win Best Legal Services 2019 award ​

We are delighted to announce that HCB Solicitors have won the 2019 ‘Best Legal Services’ award from the Manchester Lifestyle Awards. Our northern offices represent a full service law firm, offering a full range of support for both Individuals...

Paul Gascoigne thanks dentist after acquittal

The former England footballer Paul Gascoigne thanked his dentist after being cleared of sexually assaulting a woman he kissed on a train.  He allegedly kissed the woman, “very forcefully and sloppily on the lips causing her to be very...

Fifteen hundred pound parking charge for NHS Breast Cancer Unit

Cornwall council has received criticism from patients after issuing £1,500 in parking charges for a mobile NHS breast cancer screening unit.  The mobile NHS breast cancer screening unit offers routine mammograms for women aged 50 to 71 to help...

Thomas Guise joins the HCB Network

    HCB are proud to announce that Thomas Guise Solicitors will be joining our national network. Thomas Guise Solicitors has offices in Worcester, Studley and Birmingham City Centre. In April 2019, managing partner and owner of Thomas Guise,...

Teacher fined after putting pictures of illegal taxidermy online

Former schoolteacher, Susan Tate, was caught with several items of illegal taxidermy after the police were alerted to images of her property online containing her wild collection. The collection of illegal stuffed animals was exposed online when she...

Calls to ban lighting that highlights acne

The Children's commissioner has suggested that pink lighting used to disperse children from public places is "cruel and demeaning" and should be banned. The lighting is being used to highlight facial features, such as acne, in order to prey on...

Aristocrat plays the blame game

On a par with claiming parliamentary expenses for the upkeep of a moat Lady Tamara Van Cutsem, a member of the Royal Family's inner circle, attempted to swerve a speeding ticket by claiming it was down to her staff to take the blame.  Lady Tamara...

Nurse fairly sacked for offering Bible to patient

Sarah Kuteh was sacked from her job as a nurse at Darent Valley Hospital, Dartford, after offering a patient her Bible and encouraging him to sing The Lord is My Shepherd . Ms Kuteh was dismissed after breaching the Nursing and Midwifery Council...

Cardiff office win New Practice of the Year 2019 award

HCB are delighted to announce that our Cardiff office has won the 2019 ‘New Practice of the Year’ award from the South Wales Law Awards.   Whilst being a full service law firm, our Cardiff office specialises in Education Law and helping...
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