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Former British Hostage sues Foreign Office

Mark Tozer, a former British Embassy worker, is suing the Foreign Office after making a complaint that the training he received made it more likely that he would be taken hostage by angry locals who stormed the Tehran Embassy in 2011.  The 46...

Malcolm Dear Whitfield Evans joins the HCB Network of Solicitors

Malcolm Dear Whitfield Evans is proud to announce that they have joined the national network HCB Solicitors.   Membership allows us to increase the size and depth of our solicitor teams to over 300 legal specialists in 25 offices through...

Noel Edmonds coming to Birmingham

In March Noel Edmonds will be visiting Birmingham to talk through his battle for compensation against HBOS and their parent entity, the Lloyds Banking Group. He asserts that bank fraud was involved and the subsequent events destroyed his business.  The...

Ex Prisoner Sues The Ministry of Justice

A former guest of Her Majesty’s Prison Service is suing the MOJ as a consequence of developing PTSD allegedly due to a rat infestation at Wormwood Scrubs prison. The 71 year old male is claiming to suffer nightmares and depression. He alleges rodents...

Welsh Castle purchase unaffected by Brexit

An English family company has purchased Fonmon Castle, a 12th century grade I listed castle situated near Cardiff for over £3 million pounds. The Buyer stated “We are delighted to have become the new owners of Fonmon Castle which is believed...

Further expansion for Cardiff Office

The HCB network has expanded again in South Wales with the Cardiff office acquiring a new building in late December. The office has also now opened it’s doors to commercial property clients with a team now specialising in this area from the Cardiff...

Deficit To Increase Due To Student Loans

£12billion will be added to the deficit due to a change in how student loans are recorded, following an Office for National Statistics ruling.  The estimated amount of student loans, not expected to be repaid, is approximately 45% of all lending....

Minimum standards set by MOJ

The lord chancellor has told MPs concerned about the government's approach to rehabilitation that it expects probation providers to offer monthly face-to-face meetings with offenders during the first year of supervision.

440 accidents recorded at Amazon warehouse

Amazon has reported more than 440 health and safety incidents at its UK warehouses since 2015, according to Freedom of Information (FoI) requests. The GMB union requested information from local authorities throughout the UK. It discovered that workers...

Uber and CitySprint to face parliament

Uber and other courier firms including CitySprint who have continued to deny workers employment rights, despite tribunal rulings are being called to give evidence to a parliamentary inquiry into the so called Gig economy. The chair of the work and pensions...
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