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Consumer group Which? publishes report criticising Whirlpool for their handling of repairs and consumer advice regarding potentially dangerous tumble dryers
Toby lives with cerebral palsy after his symptoms were ignored by medical staff
Keith was exposed to asbestos at Heathrow airport. He successfully obtained a significant amount of compensation.
A fishing community in Nigeria was left unable to work following many oil spills in the Niger Delta area
Rob was left with a life-changing amputation after a motorbike crash
Today marks the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery. Shanta Martin pens for Open Justice the uncomfortable truth, modern slavery is rife. The British Government could do much more to facilitate justice for victims and provide legal remedies
Alison Millar and Adam Lamb on the recent football abuse scandal and why all sports could have an inherent problem with abuse
MPs debating this issue is welcome news but what is needed next is Government action to ensure equality. Employment lawyer Alice Ramsay discusses today's House of Commons debate.