Monthly Archives: May 2017

Rise in Vehicle Thefts

Over the last few months we have seen a dramatic rise in the amount of thefts of motor vehicles, in particular vans (Transit vans in particular) being taken in a number of fashions. One of the biggest recent issues that private vehicle owners/business owners have to contend with, when it comes to vehicle security, is […]

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Stress, Mental Health & Discrimination

It could be fair to say that most employers are getting comfortable with understanding how to manage and fairly treat physically disabled employees, providing reasonable adjustments and allowing them to continue their work on a level playing field. The caveat to this is that mental health is still a grey area for many employers due […]

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Changes to EU Speeding Fines

If you have ever been caught speeding whilst on holiday abroad you’ll know how it usually goes; the police pull you over, you get a ticket on the spot and you are expected to pay it there and then. If you don’t have the cash the police will take you to the nearest cash machine […]

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