media centre

How many times have you wished you'd had the benefit of foresight or hindsight when making business decisions? Speak to one of our experts today.

Latest News

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...

Emma Thompson prompts independent advocacy

The recent release of the film The Children Act an adaptation of the book written by Ian McEwan which stars Oscar winning actress Emma Thompson, has prompted a children’s charity to call for the mandatory provision of independent advocates for...

Amazon workers feel exploited

Amazon is one of the most successful companies in the world. But a report written by Fiona Onasanya, who is the Labour MP for Peterborough, states that despite this it appears to be failing the staff who keep the operation running smoothly on a day to day...

Grenfell Tower Enquiry

It's a year since the Grenfell Tower fire and the Inquiry has commenced in Holborn, London. Expert witnesses have started to present their evidence.  On June 4th it was disclosed that the victims had in excess of thirty minutes to flee the...

Court Modernisation to Result in 6,500 Job Losses

Under the government’s drive to modernise the justice system, approximately 6,500 courthouse and backroom jobs will be cut. The government are also planning to modernise the legal system through online pleas and remote video hearings. The job losses...

Stamp Duty Swells to New Record Levels

House-buyers shelled out a record £9.5 billion in stamp duty last year, in a market affected by high property prices and a rise in rates. The amount of tax raised was £1.3 billion more than in 2016, largely due to an extra 3 per cent levied on...
  • Page 2 of 4
Close

How can we help?

Please fill in this form and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

Please enter your name
Please enter your phone number
Please enter your email address
Please let us know how you heard about us
Please enter your enquiry
One more thing... Please enter the verification code

We’ll only use this information to handle your enquiry and we won’t share it with any third parties. For more details see ourPrivacy Policy.