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Thorneycroft News for January 2016

Solicitor firm invests in future technology

22nd January 2016

Thorneycroft Solicitors is pleased to have coverage over on Natwest website. Thorneycroft solicitors is proud to be innovative and forward thinking in the legal sector. It has moved all its finances over to Natwest, this seems the correct move to make as it is encouraging to have a bank that understands the legal sector’s needs. Thorneycroft Solicitors is committed to providing Clients with support that surpasses the legal services. We look forward to the future and working with Natwest bank.

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Heterosexual couple seek same legal rights as same sex partnerships

28th January 2016

A couple are going to the High Court to legally challenge a law preventing opposite sexes entering into a civil partnership. They argue that section 1 of the Civil Partnership Act is discriminatory as it only allows couples of the same sex to enter civil partnerships.

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CQC rates Colchester hospital trust inadequate

20th January 2016

The CQC (Care Quality Commission) has published details of its latest inspection on the Colcehster NHS Trust. Overall the hospital trust was deemed to be inadequate in its care provision and will remain in special measures until some fundamental improvements are made.

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All change in 2016 but house buyers should choose a Quality Conveyancer 

18th January 2016

There is no denying the statistics, the start of a New Year always acts as a catalyst to some people to take stock of their lives, resulting in many making changes, whether it’s a new job, new partner or a new house.

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Cold snap causes road traffic accident misery

18th January 2016

Although it was undoubtedly wet and windy, December was an exceptional and record-breaking month weather-wise. For most of December, the UK benefitted from a warm and tropical air mass which brought unseasonably mild conditions to England and Wales. This seems to have lulled some drivers into a false sense of security as January has seen a bit of a rude awakening with a cold snap bringing ice and fog to our highways which has in turn resulted in a surge in road traffic accidents (RTA’s).

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Cyclist seriously injured after collision with coach

14th January 2016

Emergency services responded to an incident whereby a female cyclist had been dismounted by a coach and had suffered “serious injuries” as a result.

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School staff member injured in explosion

13th January 2016

A laboratory technician was involved in an explosion which resulted in him losing parts of three fingers and also receiving a serious internal injury. The accident happened while the employee, who had worked at the school for many years, was preparing for a lesson using explosive chemicals to demonstrate how fireworks are made.

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The long road to ill-health dismissal

13th January 2016

Monmouthshire Council v Harris

It’s a question that crops up frequently: for how long does an employee need to be off work before their employer can terminate their contract?

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Kitchen possible?

13th January 2016

If you watched the TV documentary Kitchen Impossible, you are bound to have been left with more than just an impression of the pressures involved in the catering industry.

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Preparing for a wage hike

13th January 2016

Is your business ready to cope with introduction of the National Living Wage in April 2016?

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