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Thorneycroft Solicitors Managing Director Rachel Stow talks about the range of services offered to clients and the approach that we take, in order to ensure the finest levels of care advice and support.
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England’s hospitals are under huge pressure at present due to unprecedented numbers of people trying be admitted for care and treatment. As a result of the influx of people this month, at least 23 hospitals have had to declare a black alert after patient safety can no longer be guaranteed due to overcrowding.
The Health and Safety Executive have prosecuted a construction company after one of it’s workers fell from a height onto a concrete floor. The worker sustained life threatening injuries and was fortunate not to have been killed as a result of the company’s negligence.
Bandara v British Broadcasting Corporation Mr Bandara was a senior producer at the BBC. He was given a final written warning (which the tribunal later found to have been ‘manifestly inappropriate’). Further gross misconduct was later alleged and Mr Bandara was dismissed.
This is one of the most frequently asked questions for family lawyers when a client contemplating divorce. Like most urban myths, there is a grain of truth in it, but like almost every other legal question the answer is “it depends”.
One London hotel has been in the news because of the employment requirements it is reported to have issued to female staff. Among these, apparently: shave your legs, use deodorant, and have regular manicures. Don’t have oily skin or wear overly garish or bright make-up.